The Assignm consists of a WORKSHEET to fill based on reading 2 chapters from a book about the THEORIES applied. I have an article teh WRKSHEET is based on, BUT YOU NEED TO GO THROUGH the 2 chapters of the book to read &familiarize with the Theories in Public health Programs and find the one that applies to the article. ONLY then the WORKSHEET can easily be filled up. There is also  a “Rubric Detail for you to see how the Prof. grades this worksheet. I also have a 15 Qs Quizz, along with the WORKSHEET which is also attached. Quizz is also  based on the book. I have the book and I will give the book to the person I will work with. Simple as that: go through the 2 chapters in the book, all Quizz Answers are there and all the theories that can be applied to my artcle are there.

MD4 Assignment 1 INSTRCUTIONS

MD4Assignment 1: Intervention Development Article Review

The published literature is rich with examples of health promotion programs that have utilized the principles of effective program implementation covered in this course. The Intervention Development Article Review Worksheet will allow you to critically examine the assignment of these concepts in real-world settings.

To prepare for the Article Review, read Chapters 7 and 8 of the textbook and review the articles listed in the Learning Resources for this module. Reflect on the ways that theories of health behavior were used to develop health promotion interventions.

To complete the Intervention Development Article Review Worksheet, select one of the articles provided, analyze the use of behavioral health theories, and complete the Intervention Development Article Review Worksheet based on the information you obtained from the article. For this assignment do not select the McLeroy, et al. (1988) article.

Support your work with specific citations from this module’s Learning Resources and additional scholarly sources as appropriate. Refer to the Essential Guide to APA Style for Walden Students to ensure that your in-text citations and reference list are correct.

Intervention Development Article Review Worksheet

APA citation for article selected:

1. Identify the health behavior theory used in this article.

2. Identify the level of intervention targeted by the intervention (individual, interpersonal, community).

3. Identify the intervention strategy used in this article and provide your assessment of its appropriateness.

4. Summarize how the theory was used in the development of the intervention activities.

5. Provide your assessment of why this theory would or would not be a good fit for the program you are proposing for your Health Promotion Program Proposal.

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Rubric Detail

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Name: USW1_PUBH_6475_Module_4_Article_Review_Worksheet_Rubric

  Fully Met Partially Met/Good Partially Met/Fair Not Met
Correctly
Identified
the level of
intervention
used in the
article

Points:

Points Range:
16 (18.82%) – 16 (18.82%)

The level of intervention used in the article is correctly
identified

Feedback:

Points:

Points Range:
10 (11.76%) – 15 (17.65%)

A level of intervention is
identified
And,
The level identified was
appropriate for the type
of intervention described
in the article
But,
The level of intervention
identified is not the level
used in the article

Feedback:

Points:

Points Range:
1 (1.18%) – 9 (10.59%)

A level of intervention is
identified
But,
The level identified is not
appropriate for the type of
intervention described in the
article
And,
The level of intervention
identified is not the level
used in the article

Feedback:

Points:

Points Range:
0 (0%) – 0 (0%)

No level of intervention
is identified

Feedback:

Correctly
determined
intervention
strategy

Points:

Points Range:
15 (17.65%) – 15 (17.65%)

Provided a thorough
summary of the way the theory was used to
develop the intervention

Feedback:

Points:

Points Range:
10 (11.76%) – 14 (16.47%)

An intervention strategy is identified
And,
The strategy identified
was appropriate for the type of intervention described in the article
But,
The strategy identified is
not the strategy used in the article

Feedback:

Points:

Points Range:
1 (1.18%) – 9 (10.

STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access

Values and options in cancer care (VOICE): study
design and rationale for a patient-centered
communication and decision-making intervention
for physicians, patients with advanced cancer,
and their caregivers
Michael Hoerger1,2,3,10*, Ronald M Epstein1,2,3,4, Paul C Winters4, Kevin Fiscella3,4, Paul R Duberstein1,2,
Robert Gramling1,4, Phyllis N Butow5, Supriya G Mohile3, Paul R Kaesberg6, Wan Tang7, Sandy Plumb4,
Adam Walczak5, Anthony L Back8, Daniel Tancredi9, Alison Venuti4, Camille Cipri9, Gisela Escalera9, Carol Ferro4,
Don Gaudion4, Beth Hoh4, Blair Leatherwood9, Linda Lewis9, Mark Robinson9, Peter Sullivan4

and Richard L Kravitz6,9

Abstract

Background: Communication about prognosis and treatment choices is essential for informed decision making in
advanced cancer. This article describes an investigation designed to facilitate communication and decision making
among oncologists, patients with advanced cancer, and their caregivers.

Methods/design: The Values and Options in Cancer Care (VOICE) Study is a National Cancer Institute sponsored
randomized controlled trial conducted in the Rochester/Buffalo, NY and Sacramento, CA regions. A total of 40
oncologists, approximately 400 patients with advanced cancer, and their family/friend caregivers (one per patient, when
available) are expected to enroll in the study. Drawing upon ecological theory, the intervention uses a two-pronged
approach: oncologists complete a multifaceted tailored educational intervention involving standardized patient
instructors (SPIs), and patients and caregivers complete a coaching intervention to facilitate prioritizing and discussing
questions and concerns. Follow-up data will be collected approximately quarterly for up to three years.

Discussion: The intervention is hypothesized to enhance patient-centered communication, quality of care, and patient
outcomes. Analyses will examine the effects of the intervention on key elements of physician-patient-caregiver
communication (primary outcomes), the physician-patient relationship, shared understanding of prognosis, patient
well-being, and health service utilization (secondary outcomes).

Trial registration: Clinical Trials Identifier: NCT01485627

Keywords: Patient-centered care, Decision making, End-of-life care, Communication, Caregivers, Cancer, Palliative care,
Quality of life, Utilization, Physician-patient relations

* Correspondence: [email protected]
1Rochester Healthcare Decision-Making Group, University of Rochester
Medical Center, Rochester, New York, USA
2Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester,
New York, USA
Full list of author information is available at the end of the article

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