By evaluating a newly emerging global health issue, this assessment will put your global knowledge to the test. You will identify the contributing variables and create a plan for improvement. Additionally, you’ll create a wellness education campaign.
Part 1: Presentation by Doctors Without Borders
Consider a scenario where you are a nurse working with Doctors Without Borders to address a new global health concern in a particular geographic area. You are getting ready to go there to address a problem or illness. Your director has asked you to give your coworkers a presentation regarding the problem or disease.
Pick a nation and a specific rising health concern (i.e., sex trafficking occurring in the US states bordering Mexico).
Analyze new global health challenges pertaining to the nation or region of your choice in an 18 to 20 slide presentation with thorough speaker notes.
Describe the chosen nation briefly, as well as any new health problems that affect the populace.
Give a summary of the rising health concern you’ve picked, along with an explanation of its effects on the people of the nation you’ve selected.
In your presentation, consider the illness’s or problem’s root cause.
Individual problems (e.g., personal hygiene)
Community (e.g., resources, demographics) (e.g., resources, demographics)
Family structures and roles (e.g., single-family households)
Culture (e.g., values, beliefs) (e.g., values, beliefs)
ecological concerns (e.g., access to technology and health care, geographic concerns)
Examine the elements that the problem or disease continues to attract.
Individual \sCommunity \sCultural \sEnvironmental
Make a plan of action to address the problem or disease.
Education, communication, humanitarian aid, and technology
Include at least 5 references from peer-reviewed journals in your presentation.
Include a separate reference slide in APA style.
Note: The slides should only include the most pertinent details and the least amount of text. Avoid creating slide presentations with lengthy bullet points. The information you would provide if you were presenting is covered in your speaker notes. For extra assistance, view the Microsoft Create Speaker Notes video.
Part 2: Project to Teach Wellness
Step 1: Determine which group in your neighbourhood would gain the most from a wellness education project. These people may belong to the following group:
The group that meets regularly at a local gym or YMCA Group that meets at a local park regularly, such as a yoga or tai chi class Group that meets at a local church regularly
For this activity, adhere to the instructions in the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Complete the Confirmed Participant Needs Assessment (Phase A1) of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 2: Complete the Group Identification Table (Phase A2) in the Wellness Teaching Project document for your selected group.
Step 3: Conduct a needs assessment of the selected group regarding wellness issues.
Use the Preliminary Planning and Confirmed Participant Needs Assessment table in Phase A1 of the Wellness Teaching Project document for this step.
Utilize the appropriate wellness theory in the needs assessment.
Assess the learning styles of the selected population.
Step 4: Identify 3 different health promotion topics and objectives for this group.
Select 1 health promotion topic from the Healthy People 2030 link in Phase B of the Wellness Teaching Project document, another topic from the Let’s Get Healthy California link, and a third topic from either of the aforementioned links.
For each of the 3 topics, list its goal and 1 specific objective and target (copy and paste verbatim from the indicated website).
Add the reference for each objective to your Reference page at the end of the Wellness Teaching Plan document.
Step 5: State how you would perform the Group Needs Assessment in Phase C of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Name the Needs Assessment Tool or Approach and how you will use it.
Step 6: Identify the Wellness Teaching Topic in Phase C of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 7: Complete the Population Nursing Diagnosis for Phase C of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 8: Evaluate the group’s initial Situation and Sense of Coherence by scoring their readiness to change health behaviour in Phase C of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 9: Complete the Brochure Selection Phase D1 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 10: Complete the Brochure Evaluation Section Phase D2 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Step 11: Complete the Lesson Plan Teaching Methods Phase E1 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Complete the Learning Strategies Tables, as listed in Phase E1.
Step 12: Complete the Lesson Plan Learning Objectives in Phase E2 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Develop 2 SMART behavioural learning objectives for your group.
State which wellness theory or model you would use to guide your teaching.
Step 13: Develop the Lesson Plan for the selected Wellness Teaching Project topic in Phase E3 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Create the lesson title.
Incorporate appropriate learning styles for the selected population.
Determine how you would pre-test the message and materials.
Determine the supplies and materials you would need to prepare and how you would distribute these to participants.
Complete the Lesson Plan table in the Wellness Teaching Project document in Phase E3.
Develop an appropriate assessment to gauge learning outcomes achieved with the population.
Step 14: Prepare a Group Evaluation Follow-Up Lesson Plan per Phase F1 of the Wellness Teaching Project document.
Submit Parts 1 and 2 of your assessment.