tep 1 Background / Why problem exists Issues Additional info (How, where, why it

tep 1
Background / Why problem exists
Issues
Additional info (How, where, why it happened / scientific data / stats)
You should include demographic information such as prevalence of the issue, ages, genders, etc
Step 2
Evaluate the decision context – what factors needed to be considered when making the decision about how to design the solution to the problem (think back in time) are there economic, cultural, social factors that need to be addressed based on the impacted population?
Do a SWOT analysis by discussing AT LEAST ONE strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat.
Make sure to mention the main organization involved in the case –this is the organization that designed and implemented the solution/intervention. If one is not mentioned, then you can mention the main organization that addresses the particular issue central to the case. Then find the mission statement of the organization (HINT: use Google) and then list the mission statement in your own words –do not quote—and provide an intext citation to credit the source where you saw the mission statement.
Step 3
Discuss the root cause of the problems
Prioritize, finalize or state core problems / issues / opportunities
You will want to support your assertion with citations from the scholarly literature/reliable public health website such as CDC or WHO
Step 4
Discuss the solution(s) in the case
Discuss one theoretical perspective from Week 1 (ie Health Belief Model, Social Ecological Model, Theory of Planned Behavior, etc) AND discuss how each construct from the model can be applied to the solution in your case OR find a scholarly article on an intervention that addressed the problem central to your case with an intervention that used one of the theoretical perspectives discussed in Week 1 (this is to be in your own words). The seminal paper for the theoretical perspecitve should be cited. MAKE SURE to discuss how each construct applies to the solution rather than just saying, for example, the Health Belief Model is a good theoretical perspective; instead discuss how each construct (such a Perceived Benefits) will be applied to the program/message that is designed to address the public health problem/issue that the case addresses.
Discuss two alternative solutions to the solution(s) in your case. These should come from the peer reviewed literature (journal article) and should be demonstrated to have been successful in the cited literature.
Step 5
Based on your analysis make recommendations that are supported with peer reviewed literature and/or reliable public health websites
The recommendations can be what was in the case, what was in the case combined with one or two of the alternatives, or what was in the one or two alternatives
Make sure to explain and provide support (journal article citations) for each recommendation, discussing how they address the problem.
There should be 3 recommendations
Step 6
Specify activities needed to achieve solutions
Identify groups / persons responsible for implementation
Specify timeline with time estimates to complete each step of the solutions
This can be for the solution in the case done in the past OR for the recommendations moving forward
Step 7 (Conclusion)
Opinion
Compare the solution in your case to a solution from another country that addressed a similar problem to your case or a solution from the same country that occurred at least 20 years ago (this needs to contain a citation for a journal article a.k.a. in-text citation)

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