Develop a hypothetical clinical learning experience focused on health promotion associated with a specific community health concern or health need. Completing this assessment will

Develop a hypothetical clinical learning experience focused on health promotion associated with a specific community health concern or health need. Completing this assessment will strengthen your understanding of how to plan and negotiate individual or group participation,

To begin, first select a health issue or need that will be the focus of your assessment from the Health Promotion Plan listed below.

First review the specific community health concerns or health needs below and select one to be the focus of your assessment. Each of these health concerns has broad implications not only for the individuals directly affected but also for the community at large in terms of healthcare costs, societal well-being, and overall quality of life.

1) Obesity: A medical condition where excess body fat accumulates to the extent that it
may have a negative effect on health.

Potential Health Impacts: Increases the risk of heart diseases, diabetes, certain
cancers, and can lead to reduced life expectancy and quality of life.

2)     Diabetes: A group of diseases that result in high blood sugar.
      Potential Health Impacts: Can lead to complications like heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye problems, and nerve damage.


3)     Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The habitual misuse of drugs and alcohol.
       Potential Health Impacts: Can lead to addiction, mental health disorders, liver
diseases, respiratory issues, cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer, and other
debilitating conditions.


To complete your hypothetical health promotion plan, please use the following outline to guide your work:

Health Promotion Plan

·        After you select a specific health concern or health need from the resource above, next investigate the concern or need and best practices for health improvement, based on supporting evidence.

·        Create a scenario as if this project were being completed face-to-face.

·        Identify the chosen population and include demographic data (location, lifestyle, age, race, ethnicity, gender, marital status, income, education, employment).

·        Describe in detail the characteristics of your chosen hypothetical individual or group for this activity and how they are relevant to this targeted population.

·        Discuss why your chosen population is predisposed to this health concern or health need and why they can benefit from a health promotion educational plan.

·        Based on the health concern for your hypothetical individual or group, discuss what you would include in the development of a sociogram. Take into consideration possible social, economic, cultural, genetic, and/or lifestyle behaviors that may have an impact on health as you develop your educational plan in your first assessment. You will take this information into consideration when you develop your educational plan in your fourth assessment.

·        Identify their potential learning needs. Collaborate with the individual or group on SMART goals that will be used

·        Identify the individual or group’s current behaviors and outline clear expectations for this educational session and offer suggestions for how the individual or group needs can be met.

·        Health promotion goals need to be clear, measurable, and appropriate for this activity. Consider goals that will foster behavior changes and lead to the desired outcomes.

·        Provides an in-depth analysis of a community health concern or need that is the focus of the health promotion plan, and articulates underlying assumptions and points of uncertainty in the analysis.

·        Explains why a health concern or need is important for health promotion within a specific population. Conclusions are well supported by current and relevant population health and demographic data and based on a perceptive analysis of the factors that contribute to health, health disparities, and access to services.

·        Establishes agreed-upon health goals in collaboration with hypothetical participants. Goals are realistic, measurable, and attainable.

·        Organizes content with a clear purpose. Content flows logically with smooth transitions using coherent paragraphs, correct grammar/punctuation, word choice, and free of spelling errors.

·        Exhibits strict and flawless adherence to APA formatting of headings, in-text citations, and references. Quotes and paraphrases correctly.

Document Format and Length

Your health promotion plan should be 2-3 pages in length.

Supporting Evidence

Support your health promotion plan with peer-reviewed articles, course study resources, and Healthy People 2030 resources. Cite at least three credible sources published within the past five years, using APA format.