Attached is part 1 to refer to.
Assignment Overview
In Part 2, learners continue their development of the health promotion plan from Part 1, to demonstrate the application of each step of the health promotion process. The assessment incorporates target risk factors, population and Location characteristics, target health outcomes or indicators, and community resources. An overarching goal statement communicates the intended health improvement for the target population. Plan development integrates knowledge of health promotion theory, barriers and facilitators of desired health behavior, and the social determinants of health. In addition, learners identify guidelines and recommendations to support selected interventions, community resources, and potential partners to support plan implementation. Short-term and long-term outcomes establish measures for monitoring plan implementation and evaluation of effectiveness.
Assignment Format
The required format for Part 2 is a PowerPoint presentation.
The presentation must contain a minimum of 13 slides but no more than 21 slides.
Each slide must include a heading and content that incorporates the required criteria for plan development.
You will not be required to record the presentation, only develop the content.
Creativity & Organization
Headings, bullets/numbers, and tables are helpful to organize information for the reader.
Font, colors, images, and graphics are valuable to engage the reader and reinforce the main messages.
Citations & References
Citations and references should observe APA Style.
Citations should be included within the individual slide(s) to illustrate where the source informed your work.
A minimum of six (6) references is required.
Keep in mind that you will need to include more than the required references from Part 1 to support your plan.
Content Outline
Target
Risk Factors—health behavior or condition for disease prevention or health improvement
Population—characteristics of the primary audience the plan intends to effect
Outcomes or Indicators—health measure(s) the plan aims to improve
Location & Situation
Location—State and City or County
Environmental Features (e.g., urban, rural, census, built environment)
Health Outcomes/Rankings/Indicators—related to the population and Location
Assumptions
Guidelines or Recommendations—Evidence-based sources for the recommended behavior change or preventive interventions
Theory or Model—of a health behavior or health promotion
Plan
Goal Statement (1)
Interventions (2)
Intervention Setting or Location
Describe the type of setting or Location where the intervention will take place
Examples: community center, school, child care facility, faith-based setting, hospital, clinic, business/workplace.
Intervention Activities
Identify and describe a minimum of two (2) interventions
Intervention Types + Examples.pdf Intervention Types + Examples.pdf – Alternative Formats (ATTACHED BELOW)
Evaluation
Short-Term Outcome (1)
(6- 24 months)
Monitoring: How will you monitor what happens or changes?
Evaluation: How will you evaluate what happens as a result of the plan?
What will you measure, and how much change indicates the outcome was met?
Long-Term Outcome (1)
(2- 5 years)
Monitoring: How will you monitor what happens or changes?
Evaluation: How will you evaluate what happens as a result of the plan?
What will you measure and how much change indicates the outcome was met?
Contextual Factors
Minimum of three contextual factors
These are factors within the environment that you may not have control over and may positively or negatively influence the implementation of the plan or the outcomes (e.g., available resources, program participation, or how evaluation data is gathered).
May include factors such as COVID, supply or space availability, staff training, communication, etc.
References List
On the last slide(s), provide a list of your reference in APA Style.
A minimum of six (6) references is required.
Submit
Save your assignment as an MS Powerpoint or PDF file.

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