Health Promotion Project

Health Promotion Project
Team Presentation Template
Please ensure you access the assessment resources provided on the MyLO site to help you with your presentation. This template is intended as a guide for each group as to what content is expected within your presentation and ties in with the marking criteria. This template is not assessed but needs to be submitted in week 9 – details regarding how and where to submit electronically will be given by the end of week 8).
Each person in your team should have input into this template and a suggestion is that one student take responsibility for one section to ensure fairness in development of the presentation (if you are in a group of 5 – include 2 people in one section etc.).
Please ensure everyone’s name and student ID is included on the relevant section again to guide the development of the presentation.
There is no word limit for this template as it is not assessable but, as a guide, please try to keep it under 1000 words (250 words per section).
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Tutorial group name: Campus:
Health Promotion Project Title:
What is the goal of your health promotion project? (What are you aiming to achieve?)
Section 1: Community Needs
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Respond to the following questions including the rationale for your decisions:
• Who is your target group?
(Who are the people that will benefit from your program? Is it a specific population (age, sex, ethnicity) group, geographical location, people at risk, people living with a particular disease etc? What are the key characteristics of this target group?)
• What health issue is the focus for your project?

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(What evidence exists to support a focus on this health issue? Why is this health issue likely to be important to your target group?)

Section 2: Social determinants
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Respond to the following questions including the rationale for your decisions:
• What social determinants have contributed to the health issue that is the focus of your project?
(What are the “upstream factors” or the “causes of the causes”? Why are these social factors of particular concern for your target group? What evidence is there that describes the impact of these social determinants for your target group? )
• How does your project address one or more of these social determinants?
(How will your project lessen the impact of these social determinants for your target group? What evidence is there to suggest that this project will be effective in addressing the social determinants eg has this kind of approach been used in similar situations or is there something about the design of your project that has been used elsewhere?)

Section 3: Health promotion principles
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Respond to the following questions including the rationale for your decisions:
• What strategies will be used in your project?
(What will you do to achieve the goal of your program? Why have you chosen these strategies? How do these strategies reflect the principles of health promotion frameworks such as Working in Health Promoting Ways (Tas DHHS) and World Health Organisation documents such as the Ottawa Charter, Jakarta Declaration and the Bangkok Declaration? )
• Who is involved with implementing your project and what are their roles?
(How will you involve others such as the community or target group? Who will be your partners and what will their roles be? Explain why is it important to involve these people by referring to health promotion principles)

Section 4: Enacting Primary Health Care
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Respond to the following questions including the rationale for your decisions:
• How does your project put primary health care into practice?
(How does your project reflect primary health care as a philosophy, level of care, set of activities or way of organising services (Vouri, 1984)? You might discuss how your project represents comprehensive or selective primary health care.)
• How will you know that your project has been effective?
(How will you evaluate your project? What kind of information will you collect and who will you collect it from? Why is it important to know if a project has been effective, particularly
when working from a primary health care perspective? )

Reference List (you can start to populate this list in the space below, as you will need to have references either within your presentation if you use a ppt (both in text and end text list) or just as a page of information (list of references used) to hand out if you use a different form of presentation.

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