7881MED Health Program Planning and Implementation
Assessment 1 – 7881MED Health Program Planning and Implementation
Please write a research essay that address these 4 (four) questions.
- Health Promotion is a dynamic approach to improving population health through addressing the interrelated determinants of health across various settings. What is needed to ensure the effectiveness of health promotion? What are the potential barriers for health promotion program?
- To develop or implement a health plan in an effective and systematic manner, we inevitably have to deal with the issues of concern, the people involved, and the settings wherein people conduct their activities. Thus, issues, population, and settings should be the three cornerstones of any health plan. Please explain more details about issues, population, and setting approach of health promotion and provide the examples for each of them (using real examples, provide the references).
- Explain why community needs assessment is recognised as being a critical undertaking for the successful planning and implementation of health promotion programs. Describe the types of needs, how to collect them, and provide some examples for each type. Why do you think collecting all types of needs is important for health program planning?
- Pick one particular health issue (e.g. obesity, smoking, dengue, maternal mortality, etc) in one particular country/setting. Critically evaluate the planning and implementation of health promotion or health program/intervention and analyse the potential gaps.
Essay Instructions 7881MED Health Program Planning and Implementation
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- Total words between 1200
- Use Times New Roman, Size 12, space 1.5
- Margin at least 2cm.
- Referencing style APA7th
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