Public Health Promotion Program Design Plan

Public Health Promotion Program Design Plan
(Increasing Respiratory illnesses and breathing difficulties among male youths in Saudi Arabia despite growing awareness about their causes and implementation of preventive measures)
Using the attached NEEDS ASSESSMENT (SEE Attached DOC), Create a public health promotion program design PLAN using the “TITLE” above and by following the guide and directions below – USE SMART & VMOSA as a help:
1. Create a cohesive plan to ensure all sections are associated with one another and provides the reader with a clear overview of your project.
2. Keep in mind the diversity of your target population, while developing this plan.
3. Consider the physical, psychological, and environmental factors of your community and target population.
A. Include the following in your design plan:
• Provide an overview of your program that includes:
1. Mission statement
(NOTE: A mission statement is usually a short statement that describes the general focus or purpose of a program. It answers the question of why a health promotion program is being developed and established. The mission statement reflects the program’s overall purpose and values.)
2. Goals with measurable objectives. (SMART) – State 3 GOALS; each goal MUST have 4 clearly defined OBJECTIVES; and each goal MUST have ITS POTENTIAL INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
3. Evidence-based intervention STRATEGIES. (Note: These sections of the plan are all clearly described in Chapter 5 of your Health Promotion Programs text (refer to pages 121–146).
B. Cite a minimum of three resources using APA sixth edition style and formatting guidelines.
Fertman, C. I., & Allensworth, D. D. (Eds.). (2010). Health promotion programs: From theory to practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
World Health Organization. (2001). Evaluation in health promotion: Principles and perspectives. Copenhagen, DNK: WHO Regional Office for Europe.
Use your Health Promotion Programs text to read Chapter 5, “Making Decisions to Create and Support a Program,” pages 121–150.
Use the Internet to complete the following:
• Review Research-Tested Intervention Programs (RTIPS) from National Cancer Institute.
• Review The Community Guide from for examples of community-based public health programs.
• Review Intervention Summary: Strong African American Families (SAAF) from NREPP: SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.
• Review Find an Intervention from NREPP: SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices for examples of evidence-based public health promotion programs.