Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign

Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign

To complete:
For the Part 1 application (approximately 3–4 pages of content with a title page and references in APA format) address the following:
Describe your selected population health issue and the population affected by this issue.
Summarize the two advocacy campaigns you researched in this area.
Explain the attributes that made those campaigns effective.
Begin to develop a plan for a health advocacy campaign that seeks to create a new policy or change an existing policy with regard to the issue and population you
selected. Be sure to include in your plan:
A description of the public health issue and proposed policy solution
Specific objectives for the policy you want to be implemented
Begin to substantiate of your proposed campaign by data and evidence.
Be sure to paste the rubric at the end of your paper.

Guidance for Application Assignments:

Application Assignments require a title page, introduction, body of the paper, conclusion, and reference page. The title page needs to follows APA style and includes a
title, student name, course number and section, and date. An abstract is not required. APA style headings are to be used appropriately to separate and organize
sections of the paper. The use of direct quotes is discouraged and should only be used when the source material uses language that is particularly striking or notable.
The introduction should provide an overview of the topic, the purpose of the paper, and topics that will be addressed. The body of the paper needs to address all
required topics. The conclusion ought to provide closure for the reader, synthesize the content, and tie everything together to help clarify the main points of the
paper. The reference page should include all references cited in the assignment in correct APA format.. Some course assignments may require the use of more than 2
credible outside resources. In these cases, the minimum outside sources specified in the instructions for the assignment will be applied in the grading of these course
assignments. Credible sources include scholarly peer-reviewed journal articles, evidence based resources, and professional (.org), educational (.edu), and government
websites (.gov). Commercial websites (.com) are not considered credible sources. Please note: When selecting articles for course assignments, you are advised (unless
you are referencing seminal information) to focus on work published within the past five years.

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