Phase three (3)
of the research project is the implementation phase. The implementation phase will be written in the future state as we will not be implementing the actual project.
This phase focuses on providing steps by steps instructions on how the program will be implemented, a table describing the time frame of the project, if there is any budget that needs to be taking into account, and any resources or statistically tools required. The length of this paper should be no more than
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Phase three (3) of the research project is the implementation phase. The implementation phase will be written in the future state as we will not be implementing the actual project. This phase focuses
Running Head: IMPLEMENTATION PHASE BREAST CANCER IN YOUNG WOMEN 0 The implementation phase for breast cancer in young women Name Institutional Affiliation The implementation phase for breast cancer in young women Breast cancer is presently the second most common form of cancer in the world in women. It is projected that the quantity of new breast cancer cases in 2020 will be 276,480. With such high cases, the program will seek to determine the methods to educate young women, prevention measures, and how to treat those who are already infected with cancer (Kohler et al., 2015). The best implementation of the program will focus on the financial and economic impact of the program, the options available to balance the principles, and determines the priorities as well as the integration of the program into current policies. The current monetary load linked with breast cancer treatment is expressively high. The development of policies and measures to reduce the prevalence of the disease as well as its cost (Ali & Warner, 2013). The program recommends several steps to decrease the risk of breast cancer. With the proper education of young women, the risk can be reduced significantly (Dos, McCormack, Jedy-Agba, & Adebamowo, 2017). The development of policies that provide better cancer care intervention requires that the current cost burden on the citizens be reduced (Black & Richmond, 2019). This will effectively be achieved through the implementation of policies and principles that balance the making health principles. The procedures and principles developed will cover the cost of care, the health priorities, as well as the quality of care (Legesse & Gedif, 2014). Quality of care will be determined by the effectiveness of care, patient-centered care, safety, equity, and the timeliness of the care. Finally, the implementation phase will ensure proper integration of the program into the health care system. The program will adopt a horizontal approach of healthcare implementation where the program will be introduced and integrated into the already existing program. Efficiency will be achieved through the implementation of the program at the local level. References Ali, A., & Warner, E. (2013). Breast Cancer Program for Young Women. Current Oncology, 20(1). Black, E., & Richmond, R. (2019). Improving early detection of breast cancer in sub-Saharan Africa: why mammography may not be the way forward. Globalization and Health. Dos, S. I., McCormack, V., Jedy-Agba, E., & Adebamowo, C. (2017). Downstaging breast cancer in sub-Saharan Africa: A realistic target? Retrieved from Cancer control: http://www.cancercontrol.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/46-52-Silva.pdf Kohler, R., Lee, C., Gopal, S., Reeve, B., Weiner, B., & Wheeler, S. (2015). Developing a discrete choice experiment in Malawi: eliciting preferences for breast cancer early detection services. Patient Pref Adher., 1459-72. Legesse, B., & Gedif, T. (2014). Knowledge on breast cancer and its prevention among women household heads in northern Ethiopia. Open J Prev Med., 32-40.