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changes and challenges you must be prepared for.AppendixLiterature Evaluation TableStudent Name: Jessica SalazarChange Topic (2-3 sentences):Decreasing pregnancy rates among Hispanic vulnerable teens isthe primary focus on the proposal to bring changes in appropriate evidence-based nursingpractice. Pregnancy amongst Hispanic teens has been a growing issue in our community due tomany factors, yet a main factor is the lack of education Hispanic parents and teenagers have. Iwould like to create an educational online video in both English and Spanish, as well as a readingpamphlet that can provide more information to both parents and teenagers, resources withtelephone numbers and places they can reach out to for GYN and OB help.CriteriaArticle 1Article 2Article 3Article 4Author,Journal (Peer-Reviewed),andPermalink orWorking Linkto AccessArticleAlzate, M. M., Villegas,S., & Salihu, H. M.Journal Social Work inHealth Care.-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1080/00981389.2018.1514351Berg, N., & Nelson,T. D. (n.d.).PopulationResearch andPolicy Review.-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1007/s11113-016-9410-4EFE WorldNews.BusinessInsights: Global.es.idm.oclc.org/global/article/GALE|A364209816?u=canyonunivPerez, M., Baca, M.,Chambers, S., Hettema,J., Kosnick, S., Moralez-Norris, E., & Sussman, A.Journal of AdolescentHealth.-sciencedirect-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/science/article/pii/S1054139X18305913?via%3DihubArticle Titleand YearPublishedThe power of cultureand context onHispanic/Latina teenspregnancy and birth inOklahoma: Provider andparental perspectives.(2018).Pregnancy andDropout: Effects ofFamily,Neighborhood,and High SchoolCharacteristics onGirls’ Fertility andDropout Status.(2016).Hispanics have thehighest teenpregnancy rate in U.S.(2014).The Adapt Study:Development of A Multi-Level InterventionFramework to ReduceDisparities inUnintended TeenPregnancy AmongHispanic Adolescents.(2019).ResearchQuestions(Qualitative)/Hypothesis(Quantitative)Quantitative Study:Toexplore cultural-contextual factors thatimpact the high rate ofHispanic/Latina teenQuantitative study:Administrativedata from multiplesources arecombined toQuantitative Study:“In 2012, the birthrate per 1,000teenagers 15-17 was25.5 percent amongQualitative interviewswith patients presentingfor a first timecontraceptionconsultation to examine10
Benchmark – Capstone Project Change Proposalpregnancy in Oklahomafrom the perspective ofproviders and parents.measurepregnancy(excluding thoseending in abortionor miscarriage) andhigh schooldropout in acohort of girls.Hispanics,21.9percent among non-Hispanic blacks, 17percent amongAmericanIndian/Alaska Natives,8.4 percent amongnon-Hispanic whitesand 4.1 percentamong Asian/PacificIslander teens,” (EFE,2014).socio-structural factorsthat may impactdecision making amongLARC.Purposes/Aimof StudyCBPR aims to increaseawareness andknowledge of a topic,and its goal is toproduce meaningful,useful and actionableresearch findingsEthnic differencesin age distributionswithin grade levelappear to explain alarge share ofethnic differencesin pregnancy anddropout rates.

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