A second grant for the hospital that goes to the

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A second grant for the hospital that goes to the Pregnancy program at Wake Forest Center health Plaza. Helps provide prenatal care that helps meet needs for mothers with unmet health needs concerning them or the child. (Wake health) 15. Describe what three other communities and/or organizations are doing to reduce infant mortality? 1-NC Healthy Start Foundation promotes public health campaigns that help reduce infant mortality by promoting healthier lifestyles for the moms and children. 2-Anita Bachmnn supporting expectant mothers take control of their pregnancies and help practice healthier behaviors. 3-The FCIMR Coalition is within the Forsyth County Pubic Health Department and partners with other organizations and working together to reduce infant mortality in the community. 16. Summarize a generalized model for health program planning? Assessing the needs of the population, then setting some goals on what will be accomplished, developing interventions that show how they will reach them. Implanting them into action and then evaluating the results so that it can determine effectiveness of the intervention. 17. Describe what it is meant by an “ecological perspective” as it relates to health program planning? The relationship between individual and contextual systems. (ncbi) 18. Who would you want to be involved with the task of reducing unplanned pregnancy WSSU? Can you think of any groups that might have a vested interest in seeing the program remain unsolved? A health care educator at the school would be ideal to have to be involved to raise awareness on infant
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mortality. I would assume she tell me to research and assess he risks, culture surrounding the mother and baby then makes some achievable goals that would meet the needs. 19. What are the goals and objectives of your plan for WSSU? After careful thought, I think my goals would be to help with reducing the infant mortality rate among the African American Mother community. I would like to help reach and
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