Health promotion and community development programs Name Institution Introduction Community participation in health promotion is a central tenet in defining the basic health promotion practice. Health promotion differs from the clinical disease prevention practice in that it focuses on creating the change conditions for both individuals and different groups at community levels this is opposed to clinical prevention practice which act on individuals. This study aims at describing some of the ways in which promoters of health work together with the community in an aim of improving their health standards. Adequate nutrition is one of the components which is most essential and necessary in health and promotion of quality life1. Research has shown that young children aged between 8 and 12 years are in the stage of their lives when health eating behaviours need to be developed3. Additionally recognizing the importance of parental and peer influence is important in Journal of Nutrition5.4 (2006): 308-311. 4. Cerdá-Gómez R. J. J. Paredes-Carbonell and M. P. López-Sánchez. "Applicability and perceived utility of the European Quality Instrument for Health Promotion (EQUIHP) in a health promotion programme." Gaceta sanitaria (2017). 5. Kandiah Jay and Charlotte Jones. "Nutrition knowledge and food choices of elementary school children." Early Child Development and Care 172.3 (2002): 269-273. 6. McKenzie James F. Brad L. Neiger and Rosemary Thackeray. Planning implementing & evaluating health promotion programs: A primer. Pearson 2016. 7. Norman Gregory J. et al. "A review of eHealth interventions for physical activity and dietary behavior change." American journal of preventive medicine 33.4 (2007): 336-345. 8. Said Norimah. "Impact of the Nutritional Educational Program to the Healthy Food Behaviour Knowledge Attitude and Environment for Obese Children." Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal 2.5 (2017): 1- 9. Yoachim Caroline M. and Andrew N. Meltzoff. "Cause and effect in the mind of the preschool child." biennial meeting of the Cognitive Development Society. 2003. [...]
There are your parts to this project, 1.Develop a plan for a health promotion activity. 2.Develop an impact and outcome evaluation plan for the health promotion activity. 3. Write a report to provide feedback to the indigenous communities. 4. Describe what steps will be needed to ensure sustainability. What you have to demonstrate! 1.Assessing community health needs 2.Identifying strategies,goals,activities and key performance indicators. 3.observing, obtaining and interpreting client information in relation to health issues, behaviour and health services.