Population health improvement plans based on scientific evidence
Develops a comprehensive, effective plan that addresses a health problem in the population. It also considers ethical issues. The community’s needs are addressed in the plan by both sensitive and culturally appropriate initiatives.
Propose criteria that will be used to assess the effectiveness of population health improvements plans.
Passing Grade: Proposes clear, realistic, measurable criteria for communication goals and objectives that are appropriate to the proposed population health improvement initiative. The criteria proposed will allow for meaningful evaluation of both the long-term and short-term effects of the intervention.
Justify and justify the importance of evidence as the foundation of a health improvement program for the entire population.
Passing Grade: Justifies why each source is suitable based on its utility to support a particular claim or goal within the presented evidence-based practice (EBP) project/intervention/initiative being described in one’s work product while taking into consideration information literacy principles such as validity, reliability, accuracy, currency and authority depending on contextuality within domain(s) discussed throughout one’s writing piece(s).
Create a communication strategy to communicate with your colleagues and the community ethically, while being culturally sensitive