Posted: August 3rd, 2022

PH-WK4-2-Logic Model Development Micro-view PART 2

DUE 8/4/2022 AT 10AM

TOPIC: Logic Model Development Micro-view PART 2

Overview

To complete this assignment, you will adopt a micro-view utilizing the same public health problem you identified in your Unit 3 Goals and Outcomes in THE ASSIGNEMENT. Use the Logic Model Template in the

Resources

for this assignment to further identify goals, objectives, and approaches.

Instructions

The numbered assignment instructions outlined below correspond to the grading criteria in the assignment scoring guide, so be sure to address each point. You may also want to review the performance level-descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed.

The micro-view for one specific public health problem should be organized into the following section, using the Logic Model Template provided. Use the second page of the template to write a brief, –2 paragraph summary of your logic model.

1. Recommend ways to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal in the community, based on the identified public health problem. (For example, health improvement for adults in the community who smoke cigarettes and have increased risk of lung cancer). For further background, use the READING BELOW on traditional and innovative ways to develop resources.

. Identify fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal.

. What are the inputs? What resources will support the success of the strategic goal?

. What personnel are required to successfully execute and support the strategic goal?

. What are the revenue source(s) and cost(s) associated with executing the strategic goal?

. How will you solicit or encourage people or organizations to support your initiative?

· Develop distinct goals for the public health problem, which will be addressed in the strategic plan in the community.

. What are the aims relating to the identified public health problem?

· Develop supporting objectives aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.

. What are the supporting objectives (aligned to the goals)?

· Recommend appropriate interventions or approaches to meet the distinct goals for the public health program in the community.

. What actions (interventions, approaches, methods, programs, and projects) will take place?

· Identity the short-term and long-term outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.

. Short term (fewer than 3 years).

. Long term (more than 5 years).

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Write in accordance with the academic and professional requirements of the discipline, ensuring appropriate structure, grammar, usage, and style, and proper APA formatting of references.

Additional Resources

· Written communication: Your logic model should follow the structure given above and should generally be free of errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

· Format: Your logic model and summary should each be one page, in a readable font (10-point minimum), with one-half inch margins (minimum).

· Citations and references: No references are required, but if you choose to use them in your summary, be sure to cite according to APA style and include a references page.

PLEASE USED THE Logic Model Template provided.

· Include THREE academic references above 2017

· NO CONSIDERATION FOR PLAGIARISM

· APA FORMAT AND INDEX CITATION

· PLEASE WRITE FROM PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

· Due 8/4/22 at 10am

Resources

· Perovich, L. J., Ohayon, J. L., Cousins, E. M., Morello-Frosch, R., Brown, P., Adamkiewicz, G., & Brody, J. G. (2018). 

Reporting to parents on children’s exposures to asthma triggers in low-income and public housing, an interview-based case study of ethics, environmental literacy, individual action, and public health benefits.

 Environmental Health, 17, 1–12.

· Moon, S., Røttingen, J., & Frenk, J. (2017). 

Global public goods for health: Weaknesses and opportunities in the global health system.

 Health Economics, Policy and Law, 12(2), 195–205.

· Ottersen, T., Elovainio, R., Evans, D. B., McCoy, D., Mcintyre, D., Meheus, F., . . . Røttingen, J. (2017). 

Towards a coherent global framework for health financing: Recommendations and recent developments.

 Health Economics, Policy and Law, 12(2), 285–296.

· Teklehaimanot, H. D., & Teklehaimanot, A. (2013). 

Human resource development for a community-based health extension program: A case study from Ethiopia.

 Human Resources for Health, 11, 1–12.

· Gregório, J., Cavaco, A., & Velez Lapão, L. (2014). 

A scenario-planning approach to human resources for health: The case of community pharmacists in Portugal.

 Human Resources for Health, 12(58), 1–13.

· Rebchook, G., Keatley, J., Contreras, R., Perloff, J., Molano, L. F., Reback, C. J., . . . Xavier, J. (2017). 

The transgender women of color initiative: Implementing and evaluating innovative interventions to enhance engagement and retention in HIV care.

 American Journal of Public Health, 107(2), 224–229.

USE THE Logic Model Development Micro-view Scoring Guide TO GAIN GOOD GRADES

Develops supporting objectives aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.

16%

Write in accordance with the academic and professional requirements of the discipline, ensuring appropriate structure, grammar, usage, and style, and proper APA formatting of references.

CRITERIA

NON-PERFORMANCE

BASIC

PROFICIENT

DISTINGUISHED

Recommend ways to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal in the community, based on the identified public health problem.
17%

Does not recommend ways to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal, based on the identified public health problem.

Provides limited recommendations to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal in the community, based on the identified public health problem.

Recommends ways to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal in the community, based on the identified public health problem.

Recommends both comprehensive and feasible ways to cultivate fiscal or other resources required to achieve a strategic goal in the community, based on the identified public health problem.

Develop distinct goals for the public health problem that will be addressed in the strategic plan in the community.
17%

Does not develop distinct goals for the public health problem that will be addressed in the strategic plan.

Develops incomplete goals for the public health problem that will be addressed in the strategic plan.

Develops distinct goals for the public health problem that will be addressed in the strategic plan in the community.

Develops distinct goals for the public health problem that will be addressed in the strategic plan and that are supported by theory and research.

Develop supporting objectives aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.
17%

Does not develop supporting objectives aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.

Develops objectives that are incomplete or only partially aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.

Develops supporting objectives aligned to the distinct goals for the public health problem in the community.

Recommend appropriate interventions or approaches to meet the distinct goals of the public health program in the community.
17%

Does not recommend appropriate interventions or approaches to meet the distinct goals of the public health program in the community.

Recommends interventions or approaches that are not well defined or do not sufficiently meet the distinct goals of the public health program in the community.

Recommends appropriate interventions or approaches to meet the distinct goals of the public health program in the community.

Recommends appropriate interventions or approaches to meet the distinct goals of the public health program in the community; shows a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the selected problem.

Identify the short-term and long-term outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.
16%

Does not identify the short-term and long-term outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.

Identifies, at a cursory level, the outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.

Identifies the short-term and long-term outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.

Identifies and evaluates the short-term and long-term outcomes for the population in the community impacted by the identified public health problem.

Write in accordance with the academic and professional requirements of the discipline, ensuring appropriate structure, grammar, usage, and style, and proper APA formatting of references.

Writing partially meets the academic and professional requirements of the discipline; work has errors in structure, grammar, usage, style, or APA formatting of references.

Writes in accordance with the academic and professional requirements of the discipline, ensuring appropriate structure, grammar, usage, and style, and proper APA formatting of references.

Writes in full accordance with the academic and professional requirements of the discipline; work uses appropriate structure, grammar, usage, and style, and proper APA formatting of references with no errors.

Logic Model

Target Population

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Project Goals

and Objectives

Resources/

Inputs

Interventions/

Approaches

Short-Term Outcomes

Long-Term

Outcomes

Goal

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Objective 1

Objective

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Objective 3

Goal 2

Objective 1

Objective 2

Objective 3

Logic Model Template

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Logic Model Summary

In 1–2 paragraphs (no more than 250–300) words, provide a brief summary of your logic model. You can utilize APA citations in your summary; if you do so, include a references page at the end.

Running head: GOALS AND OUTCOMES IN CONTEXT 1

GOALS AND OUTCOMES IN CONTEXT 4

WEEK3 PART 1

Goals and Outcomes in Context

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Goals and Outcomes in Context

The health need identified is the lack of access to healthcare in a systematic and preventive way by Riverbend City citizens. Access to healthcare is a glaring concern in the neighborhood. One qualitative theme from the interview is the problematic access to preventative healthcare. It shows that lack of access to healthcare is a problem since very few people feel like they have access to healthcare, especially preventive healthcare. The problem affects the people who work and those who do not. Some of the top concerns regarding preventive healthcare are the lack of sufficient programs and resources for obesity prevention and chronic disease. The other qualitative theme from the interview is structural barriers that impede individuals’ access to long-term medical care. It indicates the need for the city to empower organizations providing mental health services and reduce structural barriers by directing individuals toward existing resources.

Increased access to healthcare services such as long-term medical care and preventive healthcare is crucial in improving the health of populations, and reducing health disparities aids in improving healthcare outcomes. For instance, increased access to preventative healthcare supports individuals’ behavioral change by reducing risks and providing protective factors cutting across social and environmental contexts that help individuals and communities achieve the highest level of health (Brown et al., 2019). For instance, in the case of obesity disparities, community-based interventions will help to improve nutrition and physical activity at the individual level by ensuring the food and social environments support healthy diets and active lifestyles (Brown et al., 2019). Hence, increased access to healthcare in Riverbend City will support community-based interventions that promote population health. Reducing service inequalities in mental health is essential to effectively addressing individuals’ mental health needs (Alegria et al., 2018). Treated mental health and substance use disorders are connected to decreased premature deaths, low rates of disability, and decreased risk for chronic disease. Thus, it is essential to close existing gaps in long-term medical care in Riverbend City to improve the health outcomes of patients with mental health conditions, chronic illnesses, and other long-term health conditions.

References

Alegria, M., Nakash, O., & Nemoyer, A. (2018). Increasing equity in access to mental health care: a critical first step in improving service quality. World Psychiatry, 17(1), 43-44. https://doi.org/10.1002%2Fwps.20486

Brown, A. F., Ma, G. X., Miranda, J., Eng, E., Castille, D., Brockie, T., Jones, P. …& Trinh-Shevrin, C. (2019). Structural Interventions to Reduce and Eliminate Health Disparities. American Journal of Public Health, 109(Suppl 1), S72-S78. https://doi.org/10.2105/ajph.2018.304844

WEEK3 PART 2

Putting Theory into Practice

The health need identified is clinic interventions, particularly medical care. Medical care falls under the top tier of the public health pyramid. An example of intervention under medical care is the provision of cancer screening to patients to help in the early detection of cancer such as breast, cervical, and other cancer types and early prevention programs. This intervention seeks to create an environment where individuals are more likely to adapt to healthy behaviors (Movsisyan et al., 2021). Evidence-based interventions entail strategies that have proven effective. The interventions enhance the quality of cancer screening and increase the number of individuals screened within a particular area or region. Increased screening ensures early detection of cancer cases and subsequent prevention and management before the disease reaches uncontrollable and unmanageable levels.

This evidence-based intervention has been used to impact a specific health outcome. Increased screening for cervical, colorectal, and breast cancers includes actions to reach patients and those devised to reach healthcare providers. Evidence has shown that merging two or more approaches raises community demand for and access o cancer screening at no or little cost (CDC, 2021). These approaches are added to the clinic’s daily work process to ensure they are a long time and work effectively for different cancer programs.

Cancer screening-evidence-based interventions are patient/client-oriented. They include patient/client reminders that include scheduling cancer screenings for a patient during a clinic visit. Patient reminders help contact patients over their scheduled screenings, appointments, and tests. This kind of intervention has proven effective in enhancing positive health outcomes. They achieve this by decreasing paperwork, helping patients schedule appointments, offering screening at more locations, and expanding clinic and screening hours (Jin et al., 2018). Part of the client-oriented interventions may entail the application of small media such as brochures, videos, or newsletters and one-on-one group education to encourage more individuals to get screened. Implementing evidence-based interventions at the health system level is helpful in substantial reduction of health care costs and increasing the number of lives saved.

References

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2021, November 10). ScreenOutCancer: Evidence-based Interventions. https://www.cdc.gov/screenoutcancer/interventions/index.htm

Jin, J. (2018). Screening for Cervical Cancer. JAMA, 320(7), 732-733. http://doi.org/10.1001/jama.2018.11365

Movsisyan, A., Arnold, L., Copeland, R., Evans, H., Littlecott, G., Moore, G. A., O’ Cathian, A., Pfadenhauer, J., Segrott, J., Rehfuess, E. (2021). Adapting evidence-informed population health interventions for new contexts: a scoping review of current practice. Health Research Policy and Systems, 19, 13. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-020-00668-9

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