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HSM 210 week 9 Final Substance Abuse and the Native American Population Presentation
Final Project: Reflection Presentation
At the beginning of this course, you selected a target population and a specific issue or problem related to that population to research. Throughout the course, you examined the population and issue from a variety of perspectives such as theory, policy, government regulations and standards, and prevention measures.
Resources: Appendix A, Human Services in Contemporary America, the University Library PowerPoint® Presentation tutorial at http://www.apollolibrary.com/cwe/pdfs/PowerPointTutorial.pdf, and your research results from the CheckPoints and assignments you completed for this course.
Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum]
Use the information you gathered throughout this course as a reference and prepare a 13- to 17-slide PowerPoint® presentation about the knowledge you gained from your research in this course. Briefly describe the issue and target population you chose to research for the assignments in this course and summarize the outcomes of your research. Also, explain how you intend to apply this knowledge in your future career as a human service worker.
Include introduction and conclusion slides and cite sources in APA style.
Address the following guiding questions in your presentation:
From what you have learned in this course and your research results, what are your greatest concerns about the current state of the human service industry?
Considering all of the conflicts, issues, and challenges you analyzed and discussed in this course, explain your viewpoint regarding the ideology that human service workers should be “advocates for social justice” (Ch. 9, p. 336).
Has your view changed since the beginning of the course regarding the role of the human services worker in relation to the future needs of America?
How will you apply the knowledge you gained from this course to your future human service career?
Post your presentation as a Microsoft® PowerPoint® attachment.
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