Health promotion smoking cessation for pregnant women
Health promotion smoking cessation for pregnant women
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1:health promotion smoking cessation for pregnant women
Assessment task : A comparative analysis of two theories or models for health promotion
Word count or equivalent: 3000 words
• Identify a health promotion problem/issue, use a model and or a theory to discuss the effectiveness of the intervention.
• You will need to analyse and discuss both your chosen theories, comparing and contrasting them.
• You should include an example from current health promotion practice, analysing the approach to health promotion supported by a theoretical framework.
• You will need to include discussion and an explanation for the current position of health promotion.
• You will then draw conclusions and consider recommendations.
Assessment criteria: The quality of the answers (evidence) you provide to demonstrate the achievement of the learning outcomes will graded using the following marking
scheme: The following statements express the criteria against which achievement of the learning will be assessed:
Criteria for achieving LO
Very Weak Not Achieved
1. Distinguish between theories and models for health promotion
• Able to identify a health promotion theory and or model
• Identify theories/models for Individual Level, Interpersonal Level and or Community Level health promotion interventions
• Critically analyses the justification for a theory and or model for health promotion
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the theories underpinning health promotion practice
• Critically discuss the constitutes of successful health promotion
• Differentiate between health promotion models appropriate for Individual Level, Interpersonal Level or Community Level interventions
• Demonstrates similarities and differences relating to theories/approaches of health promotion
3. To analyse the development of health promotion theory and practice
• Able to critically analyse and discuss key health promotion concepts / strategies relevant to theories of health promotion as applied to practice generally
• Demonstrate a good understanding of current developments in health promotion approaches/theories
4. Critique health promotion practice in relation to a specific issue of your choice.
• Discuss the appropriateness of the chosen health promotion model/approaches to a particular health issue
• Able to make a case for the effective interventions in relation to the chosen health issue
• Critically analyse how the chosen health issue was managed in practice within the context of your chosen health promotion theory/ model.
• Discuss the role of client/client groups and professionals
2: Patient Education
develop a patient education tool for new medication starts in your current area of practice. This tool needs to provide important information to the patient, yet be
concise enough to require no more than one page.
Review the suggested list of possible topics in Part 1 of the Requirements and then search the library and the Internet for supporting resources. You will need to
provide support for the information you choose to include in the patient education tool.
Complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of this assessment. You may submit both parts in one document or submit them as separate documents. Be sure you complete both parts!
Submit a total of 4–5 pages. Write no more than one page for Part 1. Write 2–3 pages, plus a separate reference page, for Part 2.
Part 1: Patient Education Tool
Complete the following:
Choose one of the following topics as the basis for your patient education tool:
Antibiotics (Amoxil/Amoxicillin) for pediatric ear infections.
Statin therapy (Zocor/Simvastatin) for a newly diagnosed patient with hypercholesterolemia.
Antihypertensive (ACE inhibitors/Lisinopril/Zestril) for a patient who was discovered to have hypertension at a health screening at work.
Drugs for treating gastric acidity (Proton pump inhibitors/antacids/H2 blockers) for a patient complaining of chronic indigestion and heartburn.
Ear drops or eye drops (or both) for an elderly patient.
Any newly released medication for a patient in your area of practice. This might be a new drug for diabetes, hypertension, or arthritis or a new antibiotic.
Include the following in your patient education tool:
Explain appropriate use of the medication.
Identify specific factors (age, access, culture, and so on) that may affect the efficacy of the medication.
Describe possible chemical interactions, side effects, or other negative reactions patients need to be aware of.
Explain correct handling, storage, and disposal of the medication.
Include any other information you feel would be beneficial and promote patient safety and quality outcomes.
You may format Part 1, the patient education tool, any way you wish, but be sure it is logical and understandable by the typical patient who would use it. Feel free to
include pictures or diagrams to reinforce the information.
Explain how the information in the patient education tool promotes patient safety and quality outcomes.
Explain how the patient education tool adheres to the principles and practices of cultural competence. In other words, is the tool appropriate for all cultures,
genders, ages, et cetera; or could it be easily adapted for specific needs?
Format Part 2 according to APA guidelines. This is not a document you would provide to a patient but, for this assessment, it will provide faculty with the academic
and professional principles necessary to evaluate your work.
At least 2 current scholarly or professional resources.
For Part 2 only:
Use Times New Roman font, 12 point, double-spaced font.