Select a vulnerable population in your community. To do this, conduct a windshield survey in your community. A windshield survey is completed by observing a population by looking out of a window of your car (or a bus, or riding your bike) to identify a vulnerable population in your community. Conduct research on your chosen population via the Internet and by calling or visiting your local health department. Develop a PowerPoint presentation to communicate your observations and research. An example listing of vulnerable populations has been included for your consideration.
Perform the following tasks:
Poor and homeless persons
Migrant workers and immigrants
Severely mentally ill individuals
Abused individuals and victims of violence
Persons with communicable disease
People at risk of disease transmission
Persons who are HIV positive
Persons with Hepatitis B virus
Populations at risk of a sexually transmitted disease
Women with high risk pregnancies
Women with no risk to prenatal care
Recovering substance abuse
I. Population; Describe in detail:
II. Health Risks; Identify and explain:
III. Resources; Identify and describe the following availability in the community
IV. Service Gaps/Interventions.
V. Summary; Summarize research plans to address:
For this assignment, conduct a community observation to assess a vulnerable population. See the assignment details for complete assignment instructions.
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Week 10 Assignment Week 10 Assignment Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Populations Describe in detail. Include all of the following criteria: demographics, religion, ethnicity, culture, employment, socioeconomic status and health/lifestyle behaviors 20 to >17.0 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • Describe population in detail, uses all criteria and/or includes additional data. 17 to >14.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Describe population including 75% of criteria. 14 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Describe population superficially, uses less than 50% of criteria. 20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Health Risks Identify and explain health promotion, health risks, and health needs specific to each group. Include what resources they require to ensure health. 30 to >25.5 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • Include health promotion needs, health risks, and actual health issues for population. 25.5 to >21.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Include actual health issues and risks, does not address health promotion needs. 21 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Include actual health issues, does not address health risks or health promotion needs. 30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Resources Identify and describe the resources, programs, services that are currently available in the community to meet the health needs. 30 to >25.5 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • Identify 8-10 resources • All descriptions of resources are detailed and accurate 25.5 to >21.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Identify 5-7 resources • Most of the descriptions of resources are detailed and accurate 21 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Identify less than 5 resources. • Few of the descriptions of resources are detailed and accurate 30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Service Gaps/Interventions Identify services that are not currently available but would be valuable. Select primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions that could improve health outcomes for each group. 30 to >25.5 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • Identify 5 or more services that would be helpful • Include interventions from all 3 levels of prevention. 25.5 to >21.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Identify 3-4 services that would be helpful • Include interventions from 2 levels of prevention. 21 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Identify 1-2 services that would be helpful • Include interventions from 1 level of prevention. 30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Summary Summarize research and plans to address health promotion, health risks, and actual health issues. 30 to >25.5 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • Comparison of the vulnerable population is thorough and in depth. • Include all criteria listed above. 25.5 to >21.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Description of the vulnerable population is superficial • Include 75% of criteria listed above. 21 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Description of the population is minimal or absent. • Include less than 75% of criteria listed above. 30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation 10 to >8.5 pts Exceeds Expectations 85% – 100% • 1 or 2 grammar, spelling, punctuation errors, and/or typographical errors. • All references and citations in proper APA format. 8.5 to >7.0 pts Meets Expectations 70% – 84% • Minimal errors. • Few typographical errors • 75% or more of references and citations in proper APA format. 7 to >0 pts Needs Work <70% • Multiple errors • Many typographical errors. • Less than 50% of references and citations in proper APA format. 10 pts
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