Create a powerpoint about chronic diseases and population health
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As your health system is drafting a strategic framework for the PHM program, you are tasked with creating a PowerPoint presentation (minimum of 8 slides) with “detailed speaker notes” in each content discussion slide. Explain the relationship between disease management and population health needed in the following areas:
- Describe the prevalent chronic diseases (you can use HIV, Hepatitis, Diabetes, COPD) for the population (my population is the homeless population) your health system is serving.
- Describe the risks associated with the proliferation of these chronic diseases.
- Assess how the population (homeless population) will access information and resources to prevent and manage chronic diseases.
- Construct a chronic disease communication plan that helps patients with chronic diseases to pursue healthier choices and to use population health resources.
Please see the Rubric below:
1. A – 4 – Mastery
Describes the prevalent chronic diseases for the population the health system is serving with specific examples and with thorough and detailed reasoning.
2. A – 4 – Mastery
Assesses how the population will access information and resources to prevent and manage chronic diseases with strong supporting information.
3. A – 4 – Mastery
Constructs a fully developed and detailed chronic disease communication plan to help patients with chronic diseases to pursue healthier choices and to use population health resources.
4. – 4 – Mastery
Explains how all communication will incorporate intercultural empathy, community engagement, and understanding of the population with specific examples and thorough detail
5. – Mastery
Formal style in presentation throughout with in-depth and detailed slides, utilizes the notes sections to include details. Cites sources where appropriate. Notes section is professional throughout the presentation.