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EVALUATION METHODS/COURSE GRADE CALCULATION Print and maintain for your records. Vote completed Thursday, September 24, 2009. Project: Community Health Promotion Project Paper (CHP) 250 (total) Description: The community health promotion project is designed to help the graduate nursing student practice health promotion strategies within the advance practice role. The community health promotion project falls within the framework of service learning, which is a structured learning experience in which students use acquired skills to meet specific learning objectives by providing community service in the context of both experiential and reflective activities. The experience augments traditional advanced practice nurse responsibilities, focusing on health promotion and wellness of the individuals served, and the prevention of disability. Students will have the opportunity to conduct a program that meets the health needs of an identified population within the community, using education. The experience will benefit both the students and the persons served. Each student is to identify a real health problem and resources available to address the problem using basic needs assessment strategies. Each student will develop a theoretically based, health promotion project to address the identified issue. This project will focus on the planning, implementation and evaluation of the educational event based on the knowledge and skills acquired from the course. Project sections will be turned in during the semester as outlined. Each section must be submitted electronically via the assignments section of eLearning as well
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2009 for the course NGR 6636 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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