New Mexico Board of Education Members will develop curriculum regarding

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New Mexico Board of Education Members will develop curriculum regarding education and message to be present in health class to students. Curriculum will be developed and read to present in classes by next school year, August, 2016. 08/30/15 Community health nurse works with UNMH to develop public service announcement. Community health nurse Two media campaigns will be developed for public service announcements on air. Two ad campaigns will begin air time by December 1, 2015. 08/01/15 Community health nurse and county parks and recreation dept. establish fundraising committee. Community health nurse and county parks and recreation dept. Fundraising committee will set fundraising goal. Monthly meetings to track progress. Events will be funded before next summer, May, 2016. Refer to text (pg. 420-423) for additional examples. 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. Teenage drinking is an issue in Paradise Hills and the state of New Mexico, as well as the associated complications, including, but not limited, to risky sexual behavior, drinking and driving and criminal activity. New Mexico is second to last in safety and well-being of its teenagers and children (NM Voices, 2014). In 2012, an estimated 7 traffic fatalities, 227 non- fatal traffic injuries, 7 homicides, 6,200 non-fatal violent crimes (rape, robbery and assault), were
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attributed to underage drinking in New Mexico (Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center, 2015). Educating the youth of Albuquerque and the community regarding the risks and consequences of underage drinking can reduce the incidents of injury. By providing safe and healthy alternatives and activities to adolescents and teens, there will be a reduced risk of injury associated with the use of alcohol.
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References (Ed.). (n.d.). Underage drinking in New Mexico - the facts . Retrieved from Underage Drinking Enforcement Center website: A campaign for a better New Mexico, 2014 . (2014). Retrieved from - 2015-update-web.pdf Boetel, R. (2015, January 7). Report: NM ranks 2nd in nation for violent crime. Albuquerque Journal . Retrieved from Educational and Community-Based Programs . (n.d.). Retrieved from Healthy People 2020: - based-programs/objectives Living in Paradise Hills, Albuquerque, NM . (2015). Retrieved from AreaVibes:
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