Analyze how the health behavior you identified is affected by at least two levels of the socioecological model (positively or negatively). Discuss how determinants of health affect the target populati
Analyze how the health behavior you identified is affected by at least two levels of the socioecological model (positively or negatively).
Discuss how determinants of health affect the target population that you plan to reach through intervention.
Share the intervention strategy you plan to apply in your community to change health behavior as it relates to the health issue chosen.
Describe the strategies that you would use to communicate the intervention to the community. Make sure to be specific.
Last, discuss any barriers you may possibly face and how you plan to overcome them. This should include discussion of not only the intervention strategy, but also the evaluation of the intervention. What strategies could you use to prove or discredit health educator programming concerns?
Remember, you are trying to convince the group of stakeholders to choose your particular health intervention strategy as the next health initiative for the community. Your presentation should be interesting and contain graphics that are appropriate and attractive. You must also include slide notes that explain what you plan to say in your presentation.
All information presented should be supported by research you have already conducted in this course, but you may also add new research if you choose. It would be to your advantage to utilize the feedback you have received from previous assignments and apply it to this unit.
You must use a minimum of five resources, all which should be properly cited according to APA format. At least one of these sources must come from the Online Library. Your cover and reference slide are not part of the 14-slide minimum.
Please follow the directives to the letter.
Course Textbook: DiClemente, R. J., Salazar, L. F., & Crosby, R. A. (2019). Health behavior theory for public health: Principles, foundations, and applications (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning