NUR 544 Week 3 Assignment: Community Health Advocacy Project – Part Three

NUR 544 Week 3 Assignment: Community Health Advocacy Project – Part Three

NUR 544 Week 3 Assignment: Community Health Advocacy Project – Part Three

The levels of prevention in epidemiology help provide a framework for health professionals to intervene and prevent disease, injury, or disability.

Write a short description of the three levels of prevention.

Apply the three levels of prevention to your aggregate’s health concern.

Include a specific example of your initiative in action for each level.

Select the best theoretical model that will help you answer, or provide the rationale for, why you asked the questions you did in Part One of the Weekly Guide. This will help you address your advocacy concerns. Consider the following questions:

What are the main concepts within the model?

What about theory explains why you asked those questions.

Include your work in Part Three of your Weekly Guide.


NUR 544 Week 4 Assignment: Community Health Advocacy Project – Part Four

Design a data collection tool that can be used with your aggregate population. Make sure the tool contains the following:

Demographics—name, birth date, ethnicity, sex, education level, and so forth

The questions that you came up with in Part One and any others that you feel would apply

Two additional questions that would be consistent with the goals of Healthy People 2020

Data from reliable sources that answers each of the questions you asked

Include data points with two levels of data for each— if you cannot find two points, a data gap exists.

Include your data in Part Four of the Weekly Guide.

NUR 544 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment: Community Conceptual Model 

NUR 544 Week 6 Assignment: Community Health Advocacy Project Part Six 

Review the intervention you suggested to meet your outcome goals in Part Five. Consider the following question:

What are two formative—conducted during the progress of the program—and two summative—conducted taken at the end of the program—evaluation measures that could be used to evaluate your intervention?

Design a hypothetical, community health advocacy project based on your completed Weekly Guide. Deliverable examples include, a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, a proposal for a project to a local board, organization, or a newspaper article.

Include the following in your project:

The information from your Weekly Guide

Projected effects of project success on public health policy

At least four current references, dated within the last three years