Course: Public Health Program Development PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL Students will apply the eight phases of the PRECEDE-PROCEED framework to a UNIQUE health behavior program or intervention within a...

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Course: Public Health Program Development
Students will apply the eight phases of the PRECEDE-PROCEED framework to a UNIQUE health behavior program or intervention within a specific community. Students can either report on an existing health behavior program or intervention or propose a new health behavior program or intervention. The eight phases, described in the required textbook, are as follows: 1) Social Assessment; 2) Epidemiological Assessment; 3) Educational & Ecological Assessment; 4) Administrative & Policy Assessment and Intervention Alignment; 5) Implementation; 6) Process Evaluation; 7) Impact Evaluation; and 8) Outcome Evaluation. Conclude your work.
Each phase must include at least one fully developed paragraph with appropriate APA 7th edition in-text citations and references.
7 or more content pages
NOTE: This assignment must be unique therefore students are strongly encouraged to specify their health behavior program or intervention and population early (e.g., discussion board) to prevent duplication.
Answered 1 days AfterApr 07, 2022


Insha answered on Apr 09 2022
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Running Head: PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL                        1
PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL                                
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Background    3
Need Assessment    3
Purpose of the Study    4
Applying the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model    4
1) Social Assessment and 2) Epidemiological Assessment    4
3) Behavioral and Environmental Evaluation    5
4) Educational & Ecological Assessment    5
5) Administrative & Policy Assessment and Intervention Alignment    7
6) Implementation    7
7) Process Evaluation, 8) Impact Evaluation and 9) Outcome Evaluation    7
Summary and Discussion    8
Conclusion    9
References    10
The PRECEDE-PROCEED Model has been used to facilitate the discovery, planning, execution, and evaluation of numerous health improvement programs in global health care settings. The model's application for Australian populations for developing targeted chronic care improvement initiatives is investigated in this research. The researchers looked at a quickly ageing and growing rural population with unmet palliative care requirements, as well as a poor u
an group with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
It has been challenging to achieve this level of change since it necessitates a reorientation of health services and a stronger focus on primary health care. Because of the growing emphasis on evidence-based treatment, health care planning must include a rigorous and critical review of goals and suspected causes (Azar et al., 2018). To identify or manage a specific health concern at a community level, health practitioners typically depend primarily on intuition or anecdotal knowledge.
Need Assessment
"A Needs Assessment is a systematic procedure that offers evidence and information to help with the valid and objective customizing of health services or the commissioning of new initiatives. Analyzing and identifying the priority health concern is frequently the trigger that allows services to refocus care delivery from being institutionally centered to serving the needs of the population (Garcia et al., 2019).
This information allows for the navigation of a road ahead while financial,clinical, and balancing considerations of "need." This method identifies service gaps, simplifies the assessment of a population's health requirements, the services necessary, and the likelihood that the proposed service(s) would be used by those most in need."
Purpose of the Study
“The goal of this research is to show how the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model may be used to construct chronic care treatments for Australian’s, fast rising and aging rural population with unmet palliative care requirements (RPAC Project) and a cardiovascular disease-prone u
an neighborhood (APRICA 2 Project) (Taylor et al., 2021). The completion of the early phases of the process was marked by the accomplishment of a full knowledge of the health problem in each population, stakeholder involvement, and the creation of individualized solutions.”
Applying the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model
The Model suggests taking a logical approach to determining the unmet requirements of a population (Kargar et al., 2021). In the two case studies described in this work, the difficulties involved with the factors related with reaching a desired goal are investigated. The creation and assessment of future interventions were driven by the stated health priorities. The Model's stages are outlined as they pertain to the R-PAC and APRICIA 2 projects.
1) Social Assessment and 2) Epidemiological Assessment
“Social and epidemiological assessments are a vital first step in improving the quality of life for millions of people in underdeveloped nations. The Models' objective is to meet a population's unmet needs and improve their quality of life (Phillips et al., 2008). As part of its goal to enhance access and quality of care for individuals with terminal illnesses in Wales, an R-PAC initiative highlighted increasing the delivery of evidence-based palliative care as a significant community objective. The project's research of health issues and community needs developed a link between the most pressing health issues and the needs of the communities it serves.
The requirements assessment for the APRICA 2 Projects highlighted the need to enhance secondary CVD prevention following percutaneous coronary...

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