The patient analysis and teaching tool proposal analysis

This is a paper that focuses on the patient analysis and teaching tool proposal. The paper also focuses on the health promotion and risks in health.

The patient analysis and teaching tool proposal

In your patient analysis and teaching tool proposal, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Patient Analysis
A.    Analyze health risks uncovered during your assessment. In other words, what indicators of disease, illness, or unhealthy behaviors the patient engages in did you discover? If you feel there were none, be sure to explain your rationale.
B.     Analyze healthy behaviors the patient engages in that you discovered during your assessment. In other words, what opportunities exist for health promotion? If you feel there were none, be sure to explain your rationale.

II. Health Promotion Teaching Tool Proposal
A.    Describe a health risk or healthy behavior that you identified during your assessment that you will use as the basis for your health promotion teaching tool proposal and explain why you chose that topic.
B.     Identify the goals or objectives of your proposed teaching tool based on the health risk or healthy behavior you identified.
C.    Specify the critical information about your topic based on your assessment findings that you would include in your teaching tool.

D.    Recommend specific intervention(s) for your topic that will result in improved patient outcomes or will promote health maintenance. Be sure to support your recommendations with evidence-based research.
E.     Determine the medium (presentation, brochure, poster, or other format) that would be most appropriate for communicating information about your chosen topic. Be sure to explain your rationale.
F.     Discuss the health literacy best practices you would employ to ensure your teaching tool is appropriate for diverse populations. Be sure to support your claims with specific examples from evidence-based research.
G.    Describe your plan to ensure compliance of your teaching tool with Flesch-Kincaid readability guidelines. Be sure to explain your rationale.

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