Public Health Problem Research Paper
. Critically analyze all individual, agent, and environmental variables that impact on the health of an identified community, aggregate or population mentioned below
. Analyze available multidisciplinary research related to these variables.
>You are expected to investigate the assigned or selected and approved public or aggregate health problem cited in Healthy People 2020 and:
> Explore and define the health problem and most affected vulnerable populations.
> Summarize and synthesize available literature and/or available guidelines (minimum 4) to explore the environmental, individual and agent factors that affect the public health problem or concern.
Summarize and synthesize available literature to explore the outcomes of intervention strategies (minimum 4) at the primary, secondary, or tertiary level of prevention.
C) Critically analyze risk factors, most affected/vulnerable population, and intervention outcomes to develop a program recommendation.
. Content Outline and Descriptions
1. Cover page (per APA guidelines)
2. Introduction (1 paragraph)
a. Describe and summarize the problem, its effects on health and most affected/at-risk population.
3. Synthesis of available literature/guidelines (1 page)
a. Based on the literature, summarize the most common environmental, individual and agent factors that increase the risk of this health problem.
4. Analysis of available evidence-based primary, secondary or tertiary prevention efforts to address this health problem (1 page)
a. Based on the literature, which primary, secondary or tertiary prevention effort has been shown to be most effective ¡ cost effective or practical for the population identified as being most affected I at risk?
5. Conclusion (1 paragraph)
a. Based on 3 and 4, which risk factor do you think should be addressed and which prevention strategy/level of prevention do you think might be most practical and effective for this population?
. Follow APA guidelines of style for jaspects of the paper, including style, organization, and grammar.