Community health problem & improvement plan

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After reviewing Module 3: Lecture Materials & Resources, briefly describe one community health problem from your community’s health improvement plan. What structure, process, and outcome standards would you use to evaluate a program addressing this problem?

Submission Instructions:

  • Your initial post should be at least 500 words, formatted and cited in current APA style with support from at least 2 academic sources.

 

Read and watch the lecture resources & materials below early in the week to help you respond to the discussion questions and to complete your assignment(s).

(Note: The citations below are provided for your research convenience. You should always cross-reference the current APA guide for correct styling of citations and references in your academic work.)

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  • Rector, C. & Stanley, M.J. (2022). 
    • Chapter 10 – Communication and Collaboration in the 21st Century: Informatics and Health Technology in Community Health Nursing
    • Chapter 11 – Health Promotion: Achieving Change Through. Education
    • Chapter 12 – Planning and Developing Community Programs and Services
    • Chapter 13 – Policy Making and Community Health Advocacy

 

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Maurer: Community/Public Health Nursing Practice, 5th Edition




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Use the following topics to guide your observational assessment of the community. Be sure to note the condition of facilities and the presence or absence of services, facilities, housing, and population.


Area: Urban or rural, boundaries, densely or sparsely populated, and general condition of the area (i.e., well or poorly maintained)


Demographics: Observations about the people, including sex (mixed or heavily skewed to one sex), ages (i.e., young, old, mix), homogeneous or culturally mixed, and racial and ethnic characteristics


Amenities and Open Spaces: Parks, tennis courts, swimming pools, recreation areas, movie theaters, skating rinks, sports arenas, or lack thereof


Transportation:

Public: Visible transportation such as buses, cabs, street cars, and subways

Private: Cars, motorcycles, bikes, sport utility vehicles (SUVs), and other vehicles, and the condition of the vehicles (i.e., new or old, well or poorly maintained)


Safety: Active or inactive neighborhoods and retail areas, pedestrians, people mingling, children playing, presence of police, presence of gangs, and homes fortified or not (i.e., having safety bars on the windows)


Commercial Buildings and Areas: Type of retail stores and other services such as shopping malls, strip malls, small neighborhood stores, liquor stores, check-cashing establishments, grocery stores, and evidence of industry (i.e., factories in use or abandoned)


Government Offices: Town hall, police station, fire station, court house, human service facilities, and other types of government buildings

Health Services: Drug stores, public clinics, private clinics, hospitals, physicians’ offices, counseling services, drug and alcohol treatment facilities, or other types of health-related buildings and services


Schools Public elementary, middle, or high schools, private schools and types, colleges, and technical schools (e.g., industrial, auto mechanic, beauty schools)


Residential Areas: Types of residences (e.g., apartments, condominiums, row houses, single-family dwellings) and condition (i.e., new or old, well or poorly maintained), condition of lawns or common areas if available, and size of dwellings (i.e., large or small apartment complexes, large or small homes, or a mix)


Religion: Presence or absence of religious facilities, types of facilities (i.e., churches [denominations], synagogues, temples, mosques, convents), and mix of religions represented


Communication: Messages posted, newspaper stands, graffiti, and political signs or other communication efforts


Environment: Condition of air, water, and soil; noticeable smog or haze; and obvious pollutants


Other Observations Pertinent to Your Community



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