The following links which explain the basics of HP2020

Begin by viewing the following links which explain the basics of HP2020:  https://www.healthypeople.gov/node/5840 https://www.healthypeople.gov/sites/default/files/HP2020Framework.pdf. Create a presentation for your peers that familiarizes them with these topics. Succinctly summarize the “Overview and Impact” information r/t the topic.  This includes any information about the importance of monitoring this topic.

The following links which explain the basics of HP2020

Healthy People 2020 Presentation
Begin by viewing the following links which explain the basics of HP2020:  https://www.healthypeople.gov/node/5840 https://www.healthypeople.gov/sites/default/files/HP2020Framework.pdf
Select a Leading Health Indicator TOPIC area related to one of the weekly topics (violence and abuse; substance use; underserved populations).  Use the following link to see a list: https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/leading-health-indicators/2020-LHI-Topics

Create a presentation for your peers that familiarizes them with these topics.
Succinctly summarize the “Overview and Impact” information r/t the topic.  This includes any information about the importance of monitoring this topic.

List the specific health indicators under the topic.  For example, see https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/leading-health-indicators/2020-LHI-Topics   (there are 1 to 4 per topic area).

Succinctly summarize overall progress made toward meeting objectives and compare progress to IL, if those data are available.

Describe appropriate nursing interventions/best practices relevant to the topic and its associated indicators. (Best practices are based on best evidence, so use Systematic Reviews and/or Guidelines as sources when they are available (for example, look under the “Tools and Resource” tab first).

Note that your presentation can be rendered as a ppt presentation or poster or some other creative way.  But you will need to provide a short doc as a “hand-out” that highlights the information you have provided for your classmates.

More details;

A health indicator is a measure designed to summarize information about a given priority topic in population health or health system performance. Health indicators provide comparable and actionable information across different geographic, organizational or administrative boundaries and/or can track progress over time.

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