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Please see sample and instructionsParticularly, read the sample program rationale and review chapter 4 (Assessing Needs) to compile a 2–3-page

Please see sample and instructions

Particularly, read the sample program rationale and review chapter 4 (Assessing Needs) to compile a 2–3-page needs assessment for the health topic that you signed up for.  Reporting secondary data and risk factors should make up the majority of this assignment.  The introduction section should be 1-2 paragraphs and the conclusion should be 1 paragraph.


· Read the Needs Assessment sample(s) before you start (
the samples provided are longer than you are required to submit.  You should be able to address all required information in 2-3 pages)

Teen COPE_Needs Assessment.pdf

· Address and discuss all
BOLDED items below

· Use at least 3 sources from your textbook, government reports or scholarly/peer reviewed journals

· List all references (sources) at the end in correct APA 6th Edition format and in alphabetical order

· Cite each reference on your reference list at least once inside the text of your paper

· Do not use any quotations in your paper – write everything in your own words

· Proofread what you wrote

· Grade what you wrote using the Needs Assessment rubric 

· Utilize NU resources (see Resources below) to help with your paper

Introduction & Needs Assessment

Introduction:  Provide a clear and concise overview of the public health problem and the priority population for your health program.

Relevant Secondary Data: Use relevant secondary data to thoroughly and clearly describe the health problem and its impact on the priority population. Relevant data includes most of the following: 

· Death rate

· Incidence and prevalence rates

· Morbidity and mortality rates

· Data demonstrating the economic burden of the problem

· Cultural considerations

· Data on social problems related to the heath problem

Risk factors: Research and discuss the factors that increases a person’s chances of developing your health problem.  Specifically discuss risk factors below:


Genetic Risk Factors
factors which are inborn or inherited characteristics and thus are genetic or biological causes. For example: age, gender, race, ethnicity, etc.


Behavioral Risk Factors:
factors due to personal behavior or life-style.  For example: smoking, diet, lack of exercise, seat-belt nonuse, sexual practices, etc.


Environmental Risk Factors:
factors based on environmental exposure.  For example: living conditions such as housing, transportation, food policies, access to care/services, etc.

Conclusion/Program Focus: Provide a clear and concise overview of the focus and purpose of your health program.

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