Overview: This week, you will present your PowerPoint presentation to the class incorporating the feedback you received from the presentation to community members in Week 5.
Practicum Discussion: Post your final PowerPoint presentation for your group mates and Instructor to review.
By Day 3
Post your final PowerPoint presentation as an attachment:
Your presentation should contain the following:
- Describe the population group and describe the population\’s health problem providing data to support.
- Describe the results of comprehensive community assessment showing collaboration with health care team members and or individuals/groups that represent the problem.
- Develop a possible evidence-based culturally competent intervention/program aimed at primary prevention at the community and system level of care specific to community.
- Chose a possible way to evaluate outcomes of project.
- Include the contact information of the community professional to which you presented your project.
- Describe your role as a health care leader in community.
In addition, your presentation should adhere to the following formatting requirements:
- Length should be between 15 and 18 slides including the title slide and reference list.
- Information should be bulleted on each slide.
- No more than seven lines of text on each slide.
- No more than seven words per sentence.
- Do not write in all capital letters.
- Select a background that will enhance the quality of the information being presented
- All citations and references should be in proper APA format
In addition to your presentation, in the body of your post, address the following:
- How does this project fulfill one arm of the mission of public health: social justice?
- How does it contribute to social change?
- Discuss your role as an advocate and health care leader in promoting positive social change as a scholar-practitioner to improve the health of vulnerable populations in your community.
[ANSWERED] Create your own script for building a health history and use the Health History Template for guidance (consider the type of language you would use to help your patient be more comfortable).