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Communication as a subsystem can influence personal health choices among all ages. This subsystem is often used to promote health by sharing information about community health fairs and health education opportunities. Health professional students will gain an understanding about communication influences on determinants of health and explore ways communication systems can be used to promote and support health in rural communities. The key informants are available to share their insights about communication in Sentinel Town®
· Identify methods of formal and informal communication
· Analyze relationship between communication and determinants of health
· Develop appropriate means for providing public health education to adults or children
· Use current literature and data to provide rationale for communicating health concerns to the public
1. Review the following resources:
a. Review social determinants of health
b. Review CDC website: COVID-19 at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
2. Identify formal and informal methods for communicating health information to children and adults. See Case Scenario (Subsystem: Formal Teaching Project) table below and complete the fields.
3. Using an evidence-based approach, develop a poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement for adult/adolescent or primary school aged children (K-5).
4. For questions, contact your instructor.
Subsystem: Final Patient Teaching Project
Local politics and government policies impact conditions that influence the health status of people. For this assignment, identify two conditions you observed, which can have a negative influence on health that can be addressed by the local government.
Identify 3 Formal and 3 Informal methods of communication in a rural community
Identify a formal communication method that should be used to communicate information about COVID-19 and include an evidence-based rationale
Identify an informal communication method that should be used to communicate information about COVID-19 and include an evidence-based rationale
What do signs, billboards, or posters tell about the life of residents in this community?
Describe the population served. What are some health needs of the population? Describe some social needs you encountered that contribute to the health of this population. Identify health inequities within this population. Which population is the focus of your teaching?
Find 3 resources within the community that you could enlist as a referral source or an educational resource for the population you are serving. Describe each program or organization.
Develop an age appropriate (150 words or less) poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement for adults and teens using PowerPoint
Develop an age appropriate (150 words or less) poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement for elementary school age children using PowerPoint
There has been a pandemic outbreak involving COVID-19 in Sentinel Town®. 40% of the school age children were out sick this week after the governor has mandated children to return to school. A number of children and adults in the town have presented at the local clinic with complaints of fever and respiratory symptoms. What form of formal mass communication would be most effective for educating the public about the causes, symptoms, and prevention of COVID in the town? Use government websites or scholarly literature to support your rationale for the mass communication method you select. In 150 words or less, develop a poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement, appropriate for adults and teens or a develop a poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement specifically for elementary school age children (grades K through 5). How would you communicate the same information informally? When preparing information to share with the community, consider the demographics of this rural community as well as health literacy and language barriers.
150 words or less poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement for adults and teens
150 words or less poster, billboard, or radio public service announcement for elementary school age children (Grades K-5)
Grading Rubric – Subsystem: Final Teaching Project N393
SUBSYSTEM: Final Teaching Project ASSIGNMENT RUBRIC
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Order Community Based Intensive Experience