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Your comments will be graded on how well they meet the Discussion Requirements posted under “Before You Begin.”

This module discusses individual and family-related interventions. Discuss the role of individuals and families in changing health behaviors. Drawing from your own personal experiences, provide examples of how individuals or families can aid and hinder a person’s intention to change his/her health behavior.

APA-400 word  Please review the course objectives stated in the Syllabus. Cond

APA-400 word

 Please review the course objectives stated in the Syllabus. Conduct a self-reflection of your learning in the course and how you personally have met each of the course objectives. 
  
 
Course Learning Objectives:
1. Apply a knowledge base of community health nursing and health teaching skills to the development an educational project with a focus on illness prevention, health promotion and/or health maintenance of individuals, families and groups 
2. Demonstrate use of information technology in data gathering and analysis of a community or a specific population group 
3. Analyze a community assessment to plan a health teaching project that meets the needs of communities and populations 
4. Create an educational project that can be utilized by public and community health nurses to improve the health status and eliminate health disparities of individuals, families, communities and populations 
5. Implement the planned teaching project to the selected target population 
6. Collaborate with community partners to provide education designed to improve population health 
7. Record and present evidence of the completion of each phase of the teaching project 

Barriers to Improving Health Behaviors Previous  Next  Your comments will be gra

Barriers to Improving Health BehaviorsPrevious  Next 
Your comments will be graded on how well they meet the Discussion Requirements posted under “Before You Begin.”

This module discusses individual and family-related interventions. Discuss the role of individuals and families in changing health behaviors. Drawing from your own personal experiences, provide examples of how individuals or families can aid and hinder a person’s intention to change his/her health behavior.

APA-400 word  Please review the course objectives stated in the Syllabus. Cond

APA-400 word

 Please review the course objectives stated in the Syllabus. Conduct a self-reflection of your learning in the course and how you personally have met each of the course objectives. 
  
 
Course Learning Objectives:
1. Apply a knowledge base of community health nursing and health teaching skills to the development an educational project with a focus on illness prevention, health promotion and/or health maintenance of individuals, families and groups 
2. Demonstrate use of information technology in data gathering and analysis of a community or a specific population group 
3. Analyze a community assessment to plan a health teaching project that meets the needs of communities and populations 
4. Create an educational project that can be utilized by public and community health nurses to improve the health status and eliminate health disparities of individuals, families, communities and populations 
5. Implement the planned teaching project to the selected target population 
6. Collaborate with community partners to provide education designed to improve population health 
7. Record and present evidence of the completion of each phase of the teaching project 

Barriers to Improving Health Behaviors Previous  Next  Your comments will be gra

Barriers to Improving Health BehaviorsPrevious  Next 
Your comments will be graded on how well they meet the Discussion Requirements posted under “Before You Begin.”

This module discusses individual and family-related interventions. Discuss the role of individuals and families in changing health behaviors. Drawing from your own personal experiences, provide examples of how individuals or families can aid and hinder a person’s intention to change his/her health behavior.