Health Promotion using the Social Marketing Intervention Purpose: assume the role of the population/community health nurse by promoting healthy behavior or community empowerment to a vulnerable population by utilizing Population Health Nurse Interventions of community mobilization and social marketing. Goal: developing and constructing a theory or empowerment strategy to address community health needs identified from the community assessment and vulnerable population assignments • APA format power point. Please follow power point uploaded. Goals are different from objectives. • Times New Roman, 10 slides with concise speaker notes. use the power point attached as an example for the order. use another power point for the job. • No plagiarism. Turnitin assignment. Less than 12% match. Objectives: 1. Identify Vulnerable Population, population/community health problem and rationale for choosing (support with evidence-based practice) -Vulnerable population: elderly population. senior citizens. Zip code Miami, Florida 33174. Sweetwater City. It is based on a public/ community health nursing approach. -Health problem: cardiovascular disease (CV). Location: Sweet Water. The Claude and Mildred Pepper Senior Activity Center is an educational and recreational center for older adults in the area. All senior citizens in the Sweet water community. Time: 1000h. Date: 07/29/2020 -Evidence based practice: • cardiovascular disease is manageable by following a cardiac diet, exercising regularly, and practicing medication adherence, therefore the public health nurse needs to assess, and evaluate the clients. Points are given for good patient performance. • Prevention of decubitus ulcers for immobilized patients in a home setting suffering from CV. Fill in table. Recording the severity of the pressure ulcer (PU), turning program exact times, the nutritional intake, oxygen therapy, skin care, cv assessment. Measuring these variables is paramount for the prevention of PU. • Prevention of polypharmacy. Organizing medicines and herbal remedies. Assess neuro, assess cv, med reconciliation, environment, socialization. • Geriatric fall prevention. Board. Recording cv, respiratory, neuro, nutritional and musculoskeletal variables. 2. Select the health promotion model/theory (chapter 11, p. 260): The Precaution Adoption Process model. Demonstrate knowledge by defining the chosen model and stating rationale for selection. 3. Select the model for community empowerment (chapter10, p.244): The Natural Helper model. Demonstrate knowledge by defining the chosen model and stating rationale for selection. 4. Determine the level of empowerment (horizontal=inside community or vertical= outside of community). Use the Empowerment models include; Laverack’s model, Asset-based Community Development (ABCD), and The Natural Helper model. 5. Evidence -based practice that supports your rationale for an original health promotion and community empowerment strategy brochure. • The goal of the brochure (I will do the brochure) is Goal: patient adherence to cardiovascular EBP program. Enhance client’s health status. Enhance quality of life. Evidence based practice: cardiovascular disease is manageable by following a cardiac diet, exercising regularly, and practicing medication adherence; therefore the public health nurse needs to assess, and evaluate the clients. Points are given for good patient performance. 6. Note the goal and 3 objectives (cognitive=learn, psychomotor=do and affective) of the health promotion brochure as a strategy tool. • Goal: patient adherence to cardiovascular EBP program. Enhance client’s health status. Enhance quality of life. • Please the cognitive, psychomotor and affective are in the book by Clark. References —Must be cited as in text citations and included in references. • U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2010). Healthy people 2020. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services • CDC recommendations website. • And one other reference you may find. It needs to be .org, .edu • The 2 articles attached need to be included as references, and used as in text citations. • Not too long in text citations, please. —Must be included in references, but not cited as intext citations. • Clark, M. J. (2015). Population and Community Health Nursing (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N. J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 9780133859591. • American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Refer to: Clark, M. J. (2015). Population and Community Health Nursing (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N. J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 9780133859591. Chapter 1 p/14-25 Chapter 19. p 476-520 chapters 10 & 11 pages 239-279 Chapter 11. p/267 https://online.nsc.edu/articles/rn-bsn/evidence-based-practice-avoid-falls.aspx https://acl.gov/programs/strengthening-aging-and-disability-networks/aging-and-disability-evidence-based-programs https://cityofsweetwater.fl.gov/ https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/healthy_people/hp2020/hp2020_indicators.htm Helpful hints for you: Determinants of health are factors that determine whether people are healthy or unhealthy. The World Health Organization (WHO, 2014) has categorized determinants of health as reflecting social and economic environments, the physical environment, and personal characteristics and behaviors. Determinants of health: biological, psychological, environmental, sociocultural, behavioral, and health system determinants. Factors in each of the six categories influence the health of individuals as well as the overall health status of a population. Primary Prevention—intervening before health effects occur, through. measures such as vaccinations, altering risky behaviors (poor eating. habits, tobacco use), and banning substances known to be associated. with a disease or health condition. Secondary prevention tries to intervene and hopefully put an end to the disease before it fully develops. Primary prevention is concerned with preventing the onset of a disease, while secondary prevention tries to reduce the number of new or severe cases of a disease. Tertiary prevention aims to soften the impact of an ongoing illness or injury that has lasting effects. … Examples include: • cardiac or stroke rehabilitation programs, chronic disease management programs (e.g. for diabetes, arthritis, depression, etc.) • support groups that allow members to share strategies for living well.
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