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give more information on risks and give them more tools so they can become knowledgeable on things such as medication choices. 20. How will you define and describe your target population to the coalition members? Since my goal would be to help target African American Mothers, then I would say that I would need to reach out to the women with children since it is a surrounding community of African American women. 21. Develop one intervention and a corresponding justification for each of the following areas: Intrapersonal or individual factors- I think this would be a personal one and the person would need to be aware of the risks that go with infant mortality. Interpersonal factors- Fundraisers and community get together to help raise awareness and raise money potentially to help with the funds of medications, materials, and screenings for those who may not be able to afford such things. Institutional or organizational factors- Maybe get some ideas from other places that already have goals in place that are working for them. Community/environmental factors- Hold community fairs to have them come out and learn about the risk factors but also
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receive information about medications, screenings and other helpful information they may have not know before. Public policy factors- Asking other high end companies or established places for money to help with our funding. References: - Reduce-Infant-Mortality-Rate-in-Forsyth-County - beginings/ - mortality-in-north-carolina-requires-awareness/article_52c4de9b-aedc-5d7b-a89c- e2cb1b54d951.html
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