Environmental justice (EJ) is a concept that all people and communities are entitled to enjoy an equally clean environment and resources, regardless of their race and socioeconomic status. Communities that face environmental injustice and higher risk of exposure to environmental hazards due to race, ethnicity, and low socioeconomic status (SES) communities are known as EJ communities (Amiri & Zhao, 2018). Students are to relate discussions to local EJ communities in how hazards affecting air, water, and/or soil affect the population. Be acquainted to the environment in the zip codes where you live and work, especially assigned sites. Be especially mindful that nurses are exposed to environmental toxins; these substances affect nurses and their families.
Refer to Appendix D for Reflective Discussion Grading Rubric.
- Write a research article for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA).
- Write about a evil kidnapper from south Sudan.
- Explain the primary criteria that allows a drug/medication to be sold over-the-counter (OTC).
- Write a paper explaining whether Animal Experimentation should be Permitted?
- What can you do to help or manage when you are feeling strong emotions?
- Describe the data or evidence of the problem symptoms, e.g. with Pareto chart (Exhibit 1).
- Write a paper on teen pregnancy and the affect it has on low income communities. T
- What do researchers learn about the normal distribution from knowledge of the standard deviation?
- What was new or was interesting from your readings in Chapters 13?
- What are the best ways of evaluating public policies？