Question 1) Create an intervention! Choose a BEHAVIOR that leads

Question 1) 

Create an intervention!  Choose a BEHAVIOR that leads to a DISEASE within a specific POPULATION and design an intervention! 

Cover the following steps:

Identify target population

Write your Goals and Objectives (Remember – these are different from one another)

Design your intervention!

What is your setting?

What is your intervention?

How will you EVALUATE your efficacy?

Question 2)

Part A) 

Identify which system each of the following people would most likely use for insurance:

Mary is a 65-year-old woman who is retired and unmarried.’

Jean is a 66-year-old woman who works as a lawyer for a large firm.

Anthony is a 25-year-old recent college graduate still looking for a job and living with his parents, who also both are still working, to save money.

Derek is a 5-year-old living with his single mother who works two jobs making less than $20,000 per year.

Sarah is a 14-year-old girl living with both of her parents, but her mother is disabled and cannot work.  Her father works full-time and makes $36,000 per year, but his job does not offer insurance.

Dani is an unauthorized immigrant working two jobs but does not feel comfortable accessing government services and struggles with a language barrier when accessing services.

Part B)

List each of the six ‘Cs’ of Primary Care and give a one to two-sentence explanation (can use an example of the C) for each C IN YOUR OWN WORDS.

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