U.S. Census data on ____ county in the state of _____). 3.Include questions 1-5 from Unit 4 Assignment (describe your demographics for your area). 4.Include population identified from Unit 2 Assignment. 5.Include assumptions analyzed from health assessment taken in Unit 6 Assignment. 6.Add the information you have discovered to this point in other projects and compile the information about your Unit 4 chosen health concern of its relevance in your community (example; youth violence). 7.In using that health concern, describe how you will gather data for your health assessment (interview, focus groups, or whatever methods you feel are appropriate). 8.Using your research on your community up to this point, complete the health assessment information. Describe the results of your chosen method of gathering data (such as that you might gather through interviews or focus groups). 9.After you have completed the health assessment section, evaluate your information. (Consult Chapter 13 in your book and look up a reliable example of a health promotion evaluation on the Internet.) Use the link below for a guidepost
for your evaluation. A couple of good informational websites to help with evaluation are http://ift.tt/1PjYYZ0
http://ift.tt/2x9N5BF 10.In Course Resources, you will find worksheets to help you think about who your health evaluation will affect. This was taken from http://ift.tt/2y8IpeX Complete and add this to your assignment. This portion should include a plan of action. 11.A reference page with your sources of information. You should use your textbook as one resource, and include at least 4 other sources.
How exactly you compile the material is up to you, but remember to give details and to submit material that is organized in thought, has a professional look, in a logical order, and is thorough. Check over your work before submitting to assure clarity, order, and accuracy. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation will also be graded. As long as you include the areas above, you may order the information as you wish as long as it “flows” and is rational. Each component of the assignment should be organized in thought, have a professional look, in a logical order, and be thorough.View less »