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           Part 4: minimum 1 page

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Parts  1, 2 and 3 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Part 1: Healthcare informatics

1. What is called Human Technology Interface?

2. Current Human Technology Interface problems?

3. How to improve Human Technology Interface?

Part  2: Healthcare informatics

1. What is called Human Technology Interface?

2. Current Human Technology Interface problems?

3. How to improve Human Technology Interface?

Part 3: Healthcare informatics

1. What is called Human Technology Interface?

2. Current Human Technology Interface problems?

3. How to improve Human Technology Interface?

Part 4: Health promotion

Health Problem:   Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Women Adolescents

SMART goals help improve achievement and success. A SMART goal clarifies exactly what is expected and the measures used to determine if the goal is achieved and successfully completed.

A SMART goal is:

(S)pecific (and strategic): Goal must be clearly defined —who and what?

(M)easurable: The success toward meeting the goal can be measured. Outcome must demonstrate levels of change or improvement.

(A)ttainable: Goals are reasonable and can be achieved.

(R)elevant (results oriented): The goals are aligned with current tasks and projects and focus in one defined area

(T)ime framed: Goals have a clearly defined time-frame including a target or deadline date.

Examples:

Not a SMART goal:

·        Reach out to stakeholders.

Does not identify a measurement or time frame, nor identify why the improvement is needed or how it will be used.

SMART goal:

·       The Department will launch communications with stakeholders by conducting three focus groups specific to needs assessment and funding by the end of the first quarter.

 1. According to “File part 4” create a SMART goal to improve the indicators of your health problem at short or long term:

 Do a literature review about health promotion strategies related to your health problem. After studying the information select one article that you disagree on:

2. Make a concise overview about the local impact of the problem.

3. Share one disagreement you may have regarding the study design and support your idea with evidence

4. Make one disagreement you may have regarding implementation and support your idea with evidence.

5. Make one disagreement you may have regarding evaluation and support your idea with evidence.

 Human 

Part 5: Epidemiology

1. How can leveraging health information technology (HIT) help meet meaningful use (MU) requirements?

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Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are ravaging the lives of many young people, especially women in universities and other institutions of higher learning. At the global level, the prevalence of STDs among women has been on the rise with the number of people exposed to alcohol and drug abuse. More than one million STIs are contracted every day on a global scale. STDs in adolescent women have a significant impact on reproductive health because they claim lives and lead to poor health outcomes (Bütschi, Cattacin, & Panchaud, 2018). The STDs are substantial in the fight for healthier wellbeing because as more people are infected, their quality of life is lowered.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Women Adolescents

Global Relevance

STDs among women are significant in the world because they have threatening complications. When adolescent women are affected with STIs, the aftermaths of the diseases may lead to cancer, abortions, neurologic damage, and death. Some cancers involve people so that they will be unable to conceive and get pregnant in the long run. The quality of life among adolescent women depends on their sexual status. When they are affected by STDs, they will be prone to contact other opportunistic diseases, and the global outcome for health and wellbeing will be impacted (Cowan & Mindel, 2020).

National Relevance

The national relevance of STDs is the lowering of tax levels and the negative outcome in people’s lives. When more people are affected by STDs, they will not be productive in their places of work, and consequently, they will no longer produce taxes to the government. In the long run, the GDP per capita of the country will be affected, and the level of dependents will increase. A nation where people are concerned with STDs will experience a population decline because some of the complications associated with the STDs is the inability of a person to give birth (Moore, Rosenthal & Mitchell, 2020).

When a person is affected with an STD, it will lead to lower quality of life because of its stigma. Discrimination among people is likely to affect adolescents, and they will not interact well in society. Consequently, they will spend most of their time alone and commit suicide in the discourse. Deaths rate are likely to increase in a country, and awareness should be conducted both to the infected and the other people affected in the society (Moore et al., 2020). The government must be prepared to install institutions to take care of people affected by STDs at the national level.

Local Relevance

The prevalence of STDs can only be reduced if its transmission rate is interrupted. The STD perspective at the local level is that people have the ability to prevent the disease if they want to do so courtesy of knowledge about the disease. Therefore, it is prudent for the local authorities to create