Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper

Note: This is an individual assignment. In 1,500-2,000 words, describe the teaching experience and discuss your observations. The written portion of this assignment should include:

  1. Summary of teaching plan————–See file uploaded
  2. Epidemiological rationale for topic———-See file uploaded
  3. Evaluation of teaching experience———review all files uploaded
  4. Community response to teaching———review all files uploaded
  5. Areas of strengths and areas of improvement———Please review file uploaded in order to answer #5

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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NOTE******I did a community teaching at a community church on “Primary Prevention/Health Promotion:  How to prevent Diabetes type 2″****

NOTE***I did a Physical Assessment of the community about African American in Miami, Florida, with an RN, name Ms Johnson********

Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

NRS-428VN-0502

December 7, 2020


Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

Planning and Topic

Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics:

1. Bioterrorism/Disaster

2. Environmental Issues

3. Primary Prevention/Health Promotion

4. Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population

Planning Before Teaching:

Name and Credentials of Teacher:

Estimated Time Teaching Will Last:

(40-55) minutes

Location of Teaching:

At a Church in the Community

Supplies, Material, Equipment Needed:

Spaghetti Noodles and snacks.

Estimated Cost:

$25.00

Community and Target Aggregate:

The children of the primary school (6-11) years.

Topic: How to prevent Diabetes type 2

Identification of Focus for Community Teaching (Topic Selection):

In my teaching plan, I will deal with the Primary Inhibition/Health Campaign, where my focus will be on obesity among children causing diabetes. The area of focus lies under Nutrition and weight status as an objective of the HP2020 world initiative.

Epidemiological Rationale for Topic (Statistics Related to Topic):

The statistics done by the CDC, shows that the chances of Diabetes have been increasing at a higher rate. In the United States of America, people with diabetes are more than 34 million (in every 1 to 10 Americans) ranging between 90-95% most of who have type 2. This type of diabetes mostly attacks persons of the age above 45 years but more in children, teens, and young grownups (adults). Our epidemiological concern for this is the increasing trend in the cases of diabetes.

Teaching Plan Criteria

Your teaching plan will be graded based on its effectiveness and relevance to the population selected. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric before beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

Nursing Diagnosis:

Having Imbalanced nutrition: This is taking too much food than the required amount. It is usually characterized by a gain of weight.

Readiness for Learning: Identify the factors that would indicate the readiness to learn for the target aggregate

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Assessment/Interview Summary

NRS-428VN-0502

December 14, 2020

Summary

I had the opportunity to perform a physical assessment of the African American community living in Miami-Dade County, Florida. For success, I interviewed (by phone) a community health provider, Ms. Tsalane Johnson, R.N EMT-P to understand her experiences within the community.

Miami‐Dade County is a minority group that comprises the majority of the population, with 66.4% of the population in Miami‐ Dade County identifying as either Latino or Hispanic compared to 24.1% of the State of Florida population (FloridaHealth.gov 2020)​

Miami‐Dade County has a larger percentage of Black/African American residents (18.8% compared to 16.9%) and a lesser percentage of Asian residents (1.9% compared to 3.2%). ​

Miami-Dade County has a total population of 2,715,516 and almost 1.5 million (53.3%) people are foreign-born. Furthermore, 74.3% of Miami Dade County residents over the age 5 speak a primary language other than English at home. The primary languages spoken among Miami-Dade County residents are English, Spanish and Creole.​

In Miami-Dade County and the United States, a significant number of the population work in the following fields: healthcare and social assistance, retail trade, professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management.​

There are cultural and ethical concepts that are known to influence and related to healthcare. An example is the African American community that beliefs that after taking given prescribed drugs and feel better, an individual can discontinue the drug intake. The ethnic and cultural factors are present and taken into consideration, but basically, there is no spiritual connection. Research indicates that people appreciate and embrace education and awareness programs associated with health by attending meetings and forums. The community projects and initiatives, especially voluntary programs like screening programs for hypertension, breast cancer, and diabetes is currently appreciated and supported by most communities.

The rising cases of lifestyle diseases have contributed to the acceptance of the people to attend various awareness programs to ensure that they avoid being affected by the chronic illnesses that were preventive. Communities are value quality healthcare services and affordable medications, especially the middle a

Community Assessment and Analysis Presentation

NRS-428VN-0502

December 14, 2020

This Photo by Unknown author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC.

Miami‐Dade County is a minority group that comprises the majority of the population, with 66.4% of the population in Miami‐ Dade County identifying as either Latino or Hispanic compared to 24.1% of the State of Florida population (FloridaHealth.gov 2020)

Miami‐Dade County has a larger percentage of Black/African American residents (18.8% compared to 16.9%) and a lesser percentage of Asian residents (1.9% compared to 3.2%).

Miami-Dade County has a total population of 2,715,516 and almost 1.5 million (53.3%) people are foreign-born. Furthermore, 74.3% of Miami Dade County residents over the age 5 speak a primary language other than English at home. The primary languages spoken among Miami-Dade County residents are English, Spanish and Creole.

In Miami-Dade County and the United States, a significant number of the population work in the following fields: healthcare and social assistance, retail trade, professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management.

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Community Description

African Americans are descendants of enslaved people and immigrants. 

Community engage in some exercise activities

The community is among the minority in the society. 

The community enjoy deep rooted cultural beliefs. 

This Photo by Unknown author is licensed under CC BY-ND.

African American communities are considered the descendants of the enslaved people within the boundaries of the United States. The community is known to have native American ancestry and also African origin. Culture plays an important role in shaping African Americans’ health behaviors especially their norm of abandoning prescribed drugs immediately after feeling better. The community is considered one of the minority, and they face challenges of economic and health inequality due to their poor economic status. The community engages in some exercise activities and also selective food choices between American and African origin.

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Financial Level

Financial and economic inequality.

Most of the community members are either middle- or low-income earners.

Source of income for most health promoti

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The Application of Epidemiological Concepts and Nursing Research to Chickenpox

NRS-428VN-0502

November 30, 2020

The Application of Epidemiological Concepts and Nursing Research to Chicken Pox

Introduction

Infectious diseases are widespread in conflict surroundings where they rapidly spread because of overcrowding, poor nutrition, and unhygienic environments. This paper will describe chicken pox in terms of its “causes, symptoms, mode of transmission, complications, treatment, demographic of interest, i.e., its mortality, incidence, morbidity, and prevalence. The paper will also discuss whether it is a reportable disease or not and provide details on reporting time and whom to report to in case it is reportable. The paper will also describe the social determinants of health and illustrate how they influence the development of Chickenpox, the epidemiologic triangle of Chickenpox, the role of the community health nurse, and the importance of demographic data to the community’s health. Finally, the paper will identify at least one national agency or organization that addresses Chickenpox, describe how the organization contributes to resolving Chickenpox’s impact, and discuss a global implication of Chickenpox, how other countries address it, and whether it is endemic to a particular area.”

Description of Chickenpox

Causes

Chickenpox is a highly infectious disease instigated by a virus known as Varicella zoster. It is an extremely transmissible disease and produces a blister-like itchy rash throughout the body. This disease can be life-threatening, particularly in adults, adolescents, pregnant women, immunocompromised persons, and babies who had never received the chickenpox vaccine or had not had the disease before. These groups of individuals, when infected, encounter many health complications that might result in their death (Gershon et al., 2015).

Mode of transmission of Chickenpox

Chickenpox can be transmitted from one person to another through direct contact with an infected individual, aerosols coming from the vesicular fluids of the blisters, and breathing of respiratory secretions that are infected (Gershon et al., 2015).

Symptoms

Before the rashes appear, Chickenpox presents with malaise, fever, loss of appetite, muscle aches, headache, and nausea. After the rashes appear in one place, they spread throughout the body, spots appear in clusters and generally appear on the face, stomach, limbs, and chest. These spots ar

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Course Code Class Code Assignment Title Total Points
NRS-428VN NRS-428VN-O502 Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper 100.0
Criteria Percentage Unsatisfactory (0.00%) Less Than Satisfactory (65.00%) Satisfactory (75.00%) Good (85.00%) Excellent (100.00%) Comments Points Earned
Content 80.0%
Comprehensive Summary of Teaching Plan 15.0% Summary of community teaching plan is omitted. Summary of community teaching plan is incomplete. Overall, the teaching plan is unclear. Summary of community teaching plan is offered, but some elements are vague. Some rationale or evidence is needed for clarity and support. Community teaching plan is clear with a detailed summary of each component. Minor rationale is needed for clarity or support. Focus of community teaching is clear, consistent with community teaching plan, detailed, and well supported. The presentation demonstrates an ability to create effective teaching plans relative to a population.
Epidemiological Rationale for Topic 15.0% Epidemiological rationale for the topic is omitted. Epidemiological rationale is unclear or incorrect. Epidemiological rationale is summarized and provides some support for the topic. More information or evidence is needed for support. Epidemiological rationale is provided and provides general support for the topic. Some detail is needed for clarity. Strong epidemiological rationale is provided and demonstrates support for the topic presented.
Evaluation of Teaching Experience 20.0% Evaluation of teaching experience is omitted or incomplete. Evaluation of teaching experience is unclear or underdeveloped. The narrative is not written in a manner that evaluates the experience. Evaluation of teaching experience is summarized. Some aspects are vague. More detail is needed to fully illustrate an assessment of the experience. Evaluation of the teaching experience is generally presented. Some detail is needed for clarity. A comprehensive evaluation of teaching experience is presented. Insight into self-appraisal in regard to teaching is demonstrated.
Community Response to Teaching Provided 15.0% Community response to teaching is omitted. Community response to teaching is partially summarized. More information is needed. A summary of the community response to teaching is presented. Some areas are unclear. More information is needed for support or clarity. A description of community response to teaching is generally

Assessment of Community: Functional Health Patterns

Interview

· I created some questions to ask the community health nurse (Tsalane Johnson) regarding her role asn experience within the _________community in _____,Florida.

1. What evaluations do you utilize to monitor the work of community health providers in Florida?

· Firstly, I asked Tsalane Johnson about the forms of assessment community health providers use to monitor their work. In response, ______________

2. What are the common roles of community health providers throughout Florida?

· I wanted to know the role of the community health providers throughout Florida. Johnson said that their__________________

3. What do you feel stresses you most when working within this community?

· About what stresses her and other providers working in Florida, Johnson identified __________________ as what stresses her most.

4. What do you think are the most common health issues in Florida?

· I asked Johnson to identify the common health issues facing the Florida community. According to her, __________________

5. Can you suggest how health departments can support the role of community health providers in Florida?

· I asked Johnson to suggest how health departments can support the role of community health providers. She __________________________

Include the following in your presentation:

1. Description of community and community boundaries: the people and the geographic, geopolitical, financial, educational level; ethnic and phenomenological features of the community, as well as types of social interactions; common goals and interests; and barriers, and challenges, including any identified social determinants of health.

2. Summary of community assessment: (a) funding sources and (b) partnerships.

3. Summary of interview with community health/public health provider.

4. Identification of an issue that is lacking or an opportunity for health promotion.

5. A conclusion summarizing your key findings and a discussion of your impressions of the general health of the community.

Please answer/fill out the blanks using Ms JOhnson’s interview done by me.