Case study: diabetes
Identify one primary, one secondary, and one tertiary prevention intervention for your assigned disease (Diabetes, Asthma OR HIV/AIDS).
• Title page
• Abstract page
• 12 fonts, double space, 1″ margin
• Font style: Times New Roman, Calibri, Arial
• Reference Page(s) — minimum of three references
Instructions: Read the CDC link on three levels of prevention and the Baker, J. (1992) article.
http://www.cdc.gov/excite/skincancer/mod13.htm Using peer reviewed research articles, identify one primary, one secondary, and one tertiary prevention intervention for your assigned disease. Even if your idea is something you know about from work or from another class, you need to use research articles to support the interventions you are highlighting. Write one paragraph for each intervention. The Baker (1992) article is an excellent example of how to structure your assignment.
The Baker (1992) article is an excellent example of how to structure your assignment.
• Clearly explain why the intervention is either primary, secondary, or tertiary. • State whether the intervention has yielded positive results or not. • In other words, has it been proven to work? • If yes, where and among whom (which group of people)? • Research articles are critical for this part of the assignment.
Paraphrase everything and use in-text citations. Your writing is expected to be free of grammatical and spelling mistakes.
List references using correct APA format.
• The Baker (1992) article is fairly old; however, it appropriately applies primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention to a public health issue.
• This article may be found via the City Tech online library database (e.g., Academic Search Complete).