Please help me write:
– 2 pages on ethical considerations
This section identifies ethical considerations associated with the health issue, priority population, or proposed activities. Examples of ethical considerations may include confidentiality, liability, vulnerable populations, or perceived coercion. Ethical considerations may also be raised by things that the program does (acts of commission) or does not do (acts of omission). Use this section to discuss the ethical concerns that are relevant to the program, and how they areaddressed in the program design. Note : At least one example, each, of ethical considerations in reducing liability acts of omission and commission must be included.
– 2 pages on implementation barriers and facilitators
This section identifies and discusses factors that may interfere with the program (barriers) and those which may help it succeed (facilitators). Careful planning will have already dealt with many potential barriers (e.g., literacy levels, lack of neighborhood safety, lack of trust in health care providers). Similarly, community assets and outside resources that will enhance program effectiveness should already have been incorporated (e.g., school administration support, health department resources, national media campaign). This section of the proposal goes beyond that to identify factors that cannot be directly controlled by the program that may inhibit (barriers) or promote (facilitators) the program success. Include a minimum of two barriers and two facilitators.
â–ª Potential barriers: These are factors in the program design, priority population, or community context that may negatively affect program outcomes and success. Examples include participant reluctance, competing demands, competing programs, or lack of political support. Do not use â€œlack of program fundsâ€ as a barrier -the program should be designed to be implemented within the proposed budget. Every program has potential barriers; in this section show, a) awareness of them, and b) strategies for overcoming them, should they a rise.
â–ªPotential facilitators: There may also be factors in the setting or timing of the proposed program that will facilitate its success. Examples include growing public awareness of the issue, celebrity endorsement, development in neighboring communities, success of past programs, or involvement of program staff with the priority population. The discussion of facilitators must include at least one facilitator that is not associated with one of the barriers that has already been discussed (is not a solution to a barrier).
I’ve attached my objectives and goals chart with feedbacks from my professor, please help me revise or change it to make it flow with my paper. Goal and Objectives Table(1-2 page chart in landscape format)This section moves from describing problems to planning for action that will make a difference.
Goal: The program goal describes the final ideal condition that would exist if the factors that contribute to the health issue were eliminated, prevented, or modified. What is the big change that will be achieved? One program goal is required.
Objectives: Objectives are statements of the specific factors the program will achieve to contribute to reaching the broad program goal. Program objectives must be clearly derived from the social, epidemiological, and educational assessments of the Problem Statement assignment. They must also be consistent with the theoretical framework that will inform the program and be written in SMART+C format.
Objectives address three levels of program activity:
â–ªProcess objectivesâ€“ administrative and implementation tasks that will be achieved (i.e., numbers recruited, numbers served, coalition formed).
â–ªImpact objectivesâ€“ what participants will be able to do as a result of the program activities (i.e., at the individual level: new skills, new behaviors, enhanced self -efficacy; at the environmental level: effective advocacy activities, changes in municipal plans, increased access to key resources, new organizational or community policies).
â–ª Outcome objectives â€“ long term changes in behavior or health status, or new environments that will be achieved and sustained as a result of achieving the process and impact objectives ( i.e., increased park use, decreased adolescent sport injuries, increased vaccination rates, decreased tobacco use).
After revising my objectives and goals chart, please use that and pick two impact objectives to write (2) Evaluation chart.
– Evaluation is the final section of the Program Plan. Although the program may have multiple impact objectives, the HS 159 Proposal requires evaluation of only two. The evaluation plan will identify two impact objectives and describe how, if funded, the degree to which those objectives had been met will be determined. An evaluation template will be provided for indicating the selected objectives, indicators, and data sources.
Formatting note for the Evaluation Plan:
1.The provided template must be used for the Evaluation Plan of the Proposal.
2. Each chosen impact objective requires a separate completed evaluation template.
3.The Evaluation Plan must be presented in landscape format and embedded in the proposal text (not separate or attached as an appendix). Font must be no smaller than 10 pt. Up to five points will be deducted for format violations.