Project #18110 - Health

 

 Health Promotion
1. Questions such as “Can the objective be realized during the life of the program?” and “Does the program have enough resources?” are appropriate when planners are
a. assessing needs. *
b. fine-tuning strategies.
c. selecting personnel.
d. developing objectives.
 
2. Which of the following is an example of the criterion element of an objective?
a. “Reduce the occurrence of” *
b. “After reading the pamphlets” *
c. “With 100% accuracy”
d. “All employees of the company”
 
3. The words “explain” and “define” would be best suited for what type of objective?
a. Awareness *
b. Knowledge
c. Behavior
d. Environment
 
4. “Before the beginning of the program, all participants will have received a DVD containing all pertinent materials and short lessons” is a(n)
a. learning objective. *
b. outcome objective.
c. process objective.
d. participant objective.
 
5. “To increase the number of people who have access to primary health care,” is an example of a program
a. objective.
b. mission statement.
c. goal.
d. statement of purpose.
 
6. By the end of the program, the participants will be able to list five risk factors for heart disease.
a. Impact (learning) objective.
b. outcome objective. *
c. process objective.
d. Impact (environmental) objective.
 
 
7. By May 30, 2011, the program planners will have recruited 160 single fathers with children.
a. Impact (learning) objective.
b. outcome objective.
c. process objective.*
d. Impact (behavioral) objective.
 
8. One year after the end of the program, child abuse will decrease within LA county by 10%.
a. Impact (learning) objective.
b. outcome objective.
c. process objective.
d. Impact (behavioral) objective.*
 
9. Objectives of each level type should be included in a health intervention program. List and describe each of the different levels of objectives. 
 
10. Using data available from the Kaiser State Health Facts Website (www.statehealthfacts.org) for the state of California, write a goal aimed at improving a health status topic and write one process, 3 impact (one each for awareness, skill, and environment), and one outcome objective to health reach the goal.  
 
11. For the health topic identified in #11 and using the Lesson Plan Components below as a guide, list what you envision for your program curriculum.  Keep in mind – the goals and objectives are for the curriculum and specific to the learner outcomes. 
• Objective(s)
• Audience
• Materials Needed (student, teacher, classroom)
• Duration/Time
• Procedure/Content/Curriculum (just a few sentences is OK or usage of established curriculum is OK)
• Evaluation method
 
12. By the end of the 6 month training period, 75% of participants in the program will be walking three miles, three days a week. 
Outcome (what) – will be walking three miles, three days a week
Conditions (when)–  By the end of the 6 month
Criterion (how much)- 75% of participants in the program
Priority population (who)– participants in the program will be walking three miles
 
 
13. By the end of the 10 week program, 10% of the participants will have quit smoking. 
Outcome (what) –will have quit smoking.
Conditions  (when)–By the end of the 10 week program
Criterion (how much)–10% of the participants will have quit smoking. 
Priority population (who)–participants will have quit smoking
 
14. Based on the curriculum development that you have engaged in and using the characteristics of effective curriculum from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify the 5 characteristics that you believe are most important and critical for successful curriculum development and explain your rationale. Do not just list the characteristics from the document. Explain why these are significant. 
 
15. As a health educator, you will likely participate or take the lead in composing grant proposals. As discussed in class, request for proposals (RFPs) are usually lengthy and discuss in great detail the requirements and instructions for submitting a proposal. To get a sense of the attention to detail you must use when applying for a grant, use the RFP attached to this email from First 5, answer the following questions 
 
a. In order to be in alignment with First 5 LA Public Policy Goals, an agency/organization applying for funds must support one of the First 5 LA Policy Agenda Goals. List 2 of these goals. 
 
b. What are 4 of the 7 eligibility criteria? 
 
c. List 4 restricted activities. 
 
d. How must a proposal be submitted? 
 
e. Proposals must be submitted by _______ (time) on ______ (date) 
 
f. Hard copies of 2 documents are required. What is the name of these documents? Where can they be found? How can they be submitted? What color ink is required? 
 
g. What if you need proposal assistance? How can you get help? 
 
h. How much money may an applicant request and over what time period? 
 
i. List content requirements for the proposal. 
 
j. Describe 3 aspects of the review process. 
 
k. Describe 5 of the 10 required attachments for the proposal. 
 
l. How long can the cover letter be? 
 
m. What format must be used for the project narrative (power point, Word, etc.?) 
 
n. List 3 requirements for the project narrative. 
 
o. Special consideration for grant awards will be given to projects that fall under one or more categories. Identify one. 
 

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