Draft of Community Health Strategy Discussion 5
TOPIC – Pressure Ulcers and the Vulnerable Elderly Population in Manhattan, NY
For additional details, please refer to the MILESTONE 3 GUIDELINE & RUBRIC & FINAL PROJECT RUBRIC.
This milestone focuses on the community health strategy portion of the community assessment. The community assessment is the final written assignment for this course. In any scholarly endeavor, clinical investigation, professional practice, or exploration of a scholarly topic, it is vital that you use scholarly evidence to support your analyses. Careful thought and planning are required when creating a health strategy that arises from a community assessment. You must use reliable sources and correct APA formatting. You must incorporate all instructor feedback into the final project.
For this milestone, provide a summary of the community health strategy portion of your community assessment, which will be submitted later in the course. By completing this milestone, you will be able to more clearly develop and articulate relevant information needed to complete the final project.
The following critical elements must be included:
• Discuss three community-based problems that the community faces regarding health status and were identified in the assessment process. • Describe three potential interventions that would be included in a health strategy. Identify the level of prevention for each intervention
(primary, secondary, or tertiary). Be sure to base your interventions on existing evidence. • Discuss at least one teaching and learning strategy that you would utilize. Discuss how you will meet the needs of different learners with careful
attention to age and culture. • Discuss a logical process for developing a health strategy based on the identified community-based problems.
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Three must be three to four pages in length (not including cover or reference pages). Use APA formatting for the reference list and all in-text citations.
Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Problems Meets “Proficient” criteria and offers greater insights about how problems were prioritized
Accurately discusses three prioritized, community-based problems and describes connection to the community assessed Draft of Community Health Strategy Discussion 5
Discusses community-based problems but with gaps in detail on how they relate to the community assessed
Does not identify three problems, problems are not community-based, or lacks connections between the problems and community assessed
Interventions Meets “Proficient” criteria and offers insights from the community assessment to support interventions
Describes three interventions that are clearly related to the problems identified and grounded in evidence and understanding of community
Describes interventions relevant to the identified problems but with issues in clarity and detail
Does not clearly describe interventions that are directly related to identified problems
Learning Strategies Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides insight on specific variations in teaching and learning strategies for multiples members of the community
Describes at least one teaching and learning strategy with attention to variations based on the unique needs of various community members
Describes a teaching and learning strategy but with issues in clarity and accuracy
Does not present a clear teaching and learning strategy or does not address potential variations based on the unique needs of various community members
Development of Health Strategy
Meets “Proficient” criteria and offers professional insights concerning the logical processes used for the development of a community health strategy
Health strategy logically develops from identified community based problems
Health strategy is articulated but with issues in the logic and explanations provided
Health strategy does not logically flow from community-based problem list
Articulation of Response
Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, and syntax and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format
Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax
Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas
Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, or syntax that prevent understanding of ideas
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