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3. Objective: Goal 2: 1. Objective: 2. Objective: 3. Objective: 4. Intervention Objectives Timeline Under Interventions you should have an intervention for EACH objective you list (if you have 4 objectives then you should list 4 interventions; if you have 6 objectives (3 for each goal), then 6 interventions). You can insert rows into that table to accommodate if needed. If one intervention addressed more than one objective, you must make it clear in your paper. See the example in the table. Present Date Objective( Number and Statement) Anticipated Completion Date Enter Date Ex. Eighty-percent (80%) of infants seen by health department, neighborhood health center, and private physicians will have developmental levels assessed. Enter Date Refer to textbook for additional examples. 5. Plan of Intervention and Evaluation Date Intervention Activities Responsible Agency/Person Evaluation Measures Target Date of Completion Enter start date. Ex. Community Health Nurse identifies and trains lay advisors in community as case finders Ex. Community Health Nurse (CHN) Ex. • Lay advisors will be able to verbally describe case-finding methods to CHN • Number of new WIC cases will be tracked by CHN on monthly basis for 1 year to determine if goal of 80% has been met Ex. Lay advisor training completed by enter date of estimated completion. 4465-5_19
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Summary/Conclusion: Summarize your assessment findings, your proposed community health nursing intervention, and the community public health outcomes that you anticipate as a result of the intervention. This can be one or two brief paragraphs. Remember to cite sources as appropriate. 4465-5_19
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