An abstract is not required.
I. Significance of health problem to health status 30%
Implications of age, gender, ethnicity if appropriate
Incidence, prevalence, morbidity, mortality, cost implications
Identify a population of focus – be specific
II. Strategies for health promotion/primary prevention 35%
Health teaching principles (readiness to learn, subject relevance, reading level,
learner engagement, etc.)
Health teaching approaches (content outline, time frame, setting, format)
III. Variables impacting health promotion/primary prevention goal attainment 25%
relevant to health problem (cultural, legal, psycho-socio-economic, family variables)
IV. Organization, grammar, spelling, APA style of writing, 10%
must have a minimum of three references (at least 2 current journal references.) 100%
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