Guidelines for Data Presentation

Guidelines for Data Presentation - Far Eastern University...

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Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing Community Health Nursing Guidelines for Data Presentation Format: I. Introduction II. General and Specific Objectives III. Significance of the study IV. Scope and limitation/delimitation V. Methodology VI. Operational Definition VII. Brief background of the Community a. Community’s name and Location b. History of the Community c. Description of the Community (include organizational chart, climate/ season, transportation system, boundaries, fiesta etc) VIII. Demographic Variables a. Total Population/ total families surveyed b. Population density and urban-rural index c. Household Size d. Age and Sex Composition a. Population Pyramid e. Selected Vital Indicators b. Sex Ratio c. Growth Rate d. CBR e. GFR f. CDR g. In and out migration h. Median age i. Life expectancy at birth d. Population Projections e. Types of Family Structure f. Family type according to Authority (optional) g. Civil Status h. Length of residency (optional; could be included in cultural factors) IX. Socio- Economic and Cultural Variables a. Social Indicators: a. Highest Educational attainment b. Number/percentage of OSY (Out of School Youth; age 7-20 stopped studying)
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c. Housing Conditions which may suggest health hazards a. Type of construction materials b. Adequacy of Living space/ Crowding Index d. Social Classes or groupings b. Economic Indicators: a. Poverty level income (number and percentage of family below poverty level threshold) b. Prioritization of expenditures c. Resources allotted for Health d. Unemployment and underemployment rates e. Proportion of salaried and wage earners to total economically active population i. Dependency ratio ii. True dependency ratio f. Types of industry present g. Occupation common in the community (top 3) h. Communication network (whether formal or informal channels) necessary for disseminating health information or facilitating referral of clients to the health care delivery system i. Transportation system including road networks necessary for accessibility of the people to the health care delivery system c. Environmental Indicators: a. Physical/ geographical/ topographical characteristics of the community 1. SPOT MAP 2. land areas that contribute to vector problems 3. terrain characteristics that contribute to accidents or pose as geohazard zones 4. land usage in industry b. Water Supply a. Source of water supply b. % population with access to safe, adequate water supply c. Sanitation methods of drinking water
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2012 for the course LAWYERING 101 taught by Professor Fredfreud during the Spring '12 term at NY Law.

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