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TEN STRATEGIC POINTSTable to Use to Complete your 10 Strategic PointsTen Strategic PointsCommentsorFeedbackBroad Topic AreaA case study on why there is a disparity of healthcare services andproviders among minorities in rural versus urban areas.Additionally, I will explore how there are poor resources in ruralareas and the perceived severity of illnesses may be theknown predictor of health-seeking behaviors in seniors.Furthermore, the health outcomes of vulnerable populations in ruralareas dealing with demographic minorities and unhealthy culturallifestyles are significantly negative in comparison to those found inurban areas (Kanungo, 2015).Excellent.Lit Reviewa. Background of the Problem/Gap:i.To adequately address health disparities, rural areas need tobe better incorporated into discussions of spatial and racialinequality. Future research should consider the historicalspecifications of rural areas by focusing on systemic racism,Native Americans, and the South (James, Moonesignhe,Wilson, Hall, Penman & Bouye, 2017).ii.It was concluded by Dr.Cara James, Dr. RamalMoonesinghe, Dr. Shondelle Wilson-Frederick, Dr. JeffreyHall, Dr. Ana Penman-Aguilar, and Dr. Karen Bouye(2017), that a gap does exist, in order to contribute to healthequality to minorities in rural areas, there is a need toconduct health need and multivariate assessments in thecommunity, implement national standards and guidelines,anddevelop plans using the disparities action statement.iii.Future study suggests improvements for access to andreduce rural-urban disparities in mental healthcare, Chinashould consider mobile health insurance and expand mentalhealth coverage in rural areas (Xu, Wang, King, Liu, Yu,Xing, Lu, 2018).iv.In conclusion, Caldwell, Ford, Wallace, Wang, & Takahashi(2017)suggested that in future studies perhaps attainingrural and urban areas at the regional level could beproblematic because these areas are not standardized, andpopulations may be scarcer.Strong gap!TheoreticalFoundation:You will needto identify one(at most two)models ortheories toserve as yourtheoreticalfoundation.State thename(s) andexplain brieflywhy it’s a goodchoice andsupports yourstudy.Very strongliteraturereviewthemes.2
TEN STRATEGIC POINTSb.Theoretical Foundations:i.Authors conducting these studies utilizedMedicalExpenditure Panel Survey (2005-2010) data to geographicdata from the American Community Survey (2005-2009)and Area Health Resource File (2010) (Caldwell, Ford,Wallace, Wang, & Takahashi, 2017).ii.Empirical research was conducted and is supported using arandom-digit–dialed telephone survey of thenoninstitutionalized U.S. population aged ≥18 years.iii.Correlation of two mental health hospitals Shandong Centerfor Mental Health and Daizhuang Psychiatric Hospital.

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