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This is the current wk 10 Application: Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign (continued): Ethical Considerations The final application builds upon the applications (Parts One and Two) completed in weeks 4 and 7. To complete the final section of your paper: • Review provisions 7, 8, and 9 of the ANA Code of Ethics in relation to advocacy for population health. • Reflect on the ethical considerations you may need to take into account in your advocacy campaign. • Research the ethical considerations and lobbying laws relevant to the location where your advocacy campaign will occur. • Consider potential ethical dilemmas you might face in your campaign. To complete: Revise and combine Part one (week 4 application) and Part Two (week 7 application) with Part Three below. • Explain any ethical dilemmas that could arise during your advocacy campaign, and how you would resolve them. • Describe the ethics and lobbying laws that are applicable to your advocacy campaign. • Evaluate the special ethical challenges that are unique to the population you are addressing. • Provide a cohesive summary for your paper. Reminder: You will submit one cogent paper that combines the previous applications from weeks 4 and 7 plus the new material mentioned in the week 8 application. Your paper should be about 10 pages of content, not including the title page and references. Be sure to paste the rubric at the end of your paper. Old WK4 Introduction Obesity is a condition in which a person is having too much fat in their body. This happens when the amount of calories taken in is not proportional to the amount used up in a given period of time. The weight may result from many factors including eating food rich in fat, overeating, being inactive physically and also individual genetic makeup. Obesity is a problem that affect people across every age bracket (De Onis, Blössner & Borghi, 2010). The research paper focusses on child obesity which just like other people across the globe, it results from unhealthy eating habits, being physically inactive and genetic factors. Obesity in children poses health risks starting from illness to other factors associated with the illness. Some of these factors includes increase health care to children with obese than those without and school absenteeism. The obesity condition is one problem that can easily be carried forward from one age group to the next if no efforts to contain the state is taken (De Onis, Blössner & Borghi, 2010). Children suffering from obesity are likely to suffer from the same in their adult life. Additionally, it increases the chances of disability, morbidity and early death in their adult life. One of the diseases resulting from obese in children is type 2 diabetes. Initially, this was a disease that was associated with adults but recent research has shown several children have been diagnosed with the disease. Of the diagnosed children, 83% of them are said to suffer from obesity in the United Kingdom (Valean et al., 2009). Again, in the United States according to analysis done between 2005 and 2006 by National Health and Nutrition, the chances of child with obese in their adolescent age are more likely to suffer from diabetes that those with normal weight. Secondly, children with obese are also at risk of suffering from Asthma. An analysis done to find out the risk of Asthma among the children indicated that those with obesity are at 40 to 50% at risk. For example, in the United States according to National Survey of Children Health analysis, children between the age of 10 and 17 with Asthma was rated 19.7% (Ng et al., 2014). A further longitudinal study has shown that higher BMI among children between 6 and 19 years are more likely to suffer from Asthma and consequently can lead to a more severe Asthmatic condition. Obesity in children is also associated to mental health disorders which may also be regarded as psychological problems. During the adolescent stage, there is increased chances that they will suffer from low self-esteem that is consequently leads to disregarding of individual’s life among other negative impacts (Ng et al., 2014). There are numerous factors that are directly related to mental health problems in children suffering from obese, these includes; lack of physical activities, disorders resulting from eating habits and body dissatisfaction. Additionally, behavioral and emotional problems are also associated to child obesity according to Millennium Cohort Study findings. In particular, boys in the tender age are more likely to suffer from the condition. Finally, obesity in children can also result to Musculoskeletal problems. There are numerous problems associated with increased weight in the skeletal system during its development. These problems include tibia vara (Ng et al., 2014). A systematic review recently carried out has indicated that Musculoskeletal complaints among the children are highly associated to obesity and overweight. Again, children with obese experience more Musculoskeletal pain than the those with normal weight. Musculoskeletal pains include pain in the knees, foot and ankle problems that is also immense among the children suffering from obesity. References De Onis, M., Blössner, M., & Borghi, E. (2010). Global prevalence and trends of overweight and obesity among preschool children. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 92(5), 1257-1264. Ng, M., Fleming, T., Robinson, M., Thomson, B., Graetz, N., Margono, C., ... & Abraham, J. P. (2014). Global, regional, and national prevalence of overweight and obesity in children and adults during 1980–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet, 384(9945), 766-781. Valean, C., Tatar, S., Nanulescu, M., Leucuta, A., & Ichim, G. (2009). Prevalence of obesity and overweight among school children in Cluj-Napoca. Acta Endo (Buc), 5(2), 213-219. qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq2nd paper Old WK7 Developing an Advocacy Campaign for Obesity Introduction Advocacy is a well-designed program aimed at creating awareness to the public or a targeted group in the issue of interest to them. In such program, the most fundamental goal of the organizers is to change the perception, policies and culture of the targeted group regarding the subject matter. However, advocacy sometimes faces uphill because of the outlined regulations that affect the precedence and its administration. Enactment of Policy through Modification of Existing Policy OR Creation of New Legislation In chapter 3 of the article, Health Policy and Politics: A nurse's guides by Milstead, there are several ways through which government agencies, institutions and private sectors influence the advocacy policy. According to the article, health care policies are drafted by local, states and federal government, therefore, to put in action the advocacy of eradication of obesity will require a reasonable methodology that fits in with the laid out strategies. Milstead (2012) puts it that the approaches are results of doctor's facilities, other credited organization and consideration organizations and making nurses be fully familiar with them. According to the author, the policies are made by a good number of the stakeholders containing a broad scope of emphasis which cuts across all the interest worth looking into. Basically Milstead (2012) captures that the regulation dictates that advocacy policy making entails two faces which are the formulation phase, implementation phase and finally the evaluation pace. The outlined phases call for full participation of key people, organization, and other interested stakeholders. How Existing Laws or Regulations could Impact My Advocacy According to the article, a policy with a good political good will with a real leadership and designed policy direction effectively gives an efficient environment for the advocacy of obesity. Even though some of the policy may come from the non-government, the most effective policies are these that come from government or are fully approved by the government. In this regards, it is very stressing to implement a policy from a private citizen. To point out, the policies tackling the obesity are contained in the accompanying paper therefore, preventing other policy obesity advocates from coming up with their policies because there is already set policy to be implemented (Milstead 2012). In the following pages, a good number of the available policy options make the law to be less emphasizing obesity. An example is the law that prohibits the exportation of into places like Australia because banana is suspected to be a causal for obesity. In that connection, regulations are of great effect to the advocacy of obesity because at the sometime it requires an assessment. Analysis of Methods used to Influence Legislators or Other Policy Makers to Support the Policy According to the article, there is outlined method used to influence legislation in the bid to support the obesity reduction policy. This approach includes individual meeting with the legislators such as the members of parliaments and explaining to them in detail the reason for coming up with such project. Alternatively, the article emphasize that there may be a requirement to use phone call for a reminder after which a meeting is scheduled for public hearing. In this, advantages and disadvantages of the policy are put forth to the legislatures. After that, the team involved in the public hearing will come up with a public decision on which way it should go. Finally, the public is informed of the current development through the public hearings (Milstead 2012). In summary, chapter three of the article focuses majorly on the role played by the legislation in coming up with the policy geared towards making policy on advocacy for obesity. Reference Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A nurse's guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers Wk 4 instructions Application: Part 1 - Developing an Advocacy Campaign The following application (Part 1) will be due in week 4. To prepare: • Select a population health issue of interest to you and identify the population affected by the issue. • Locate two scholarly articles, each of which provides a description of an effective health advocacy campaign that addresses your issue. The articles need to focus on two different advocacy campaigns. • Analyze the attributes of the two campaigns to determine what made them effective. • Reflect on a policy you could propose or suggest a change to a current policy to improve the health of the population you selected. • Consider how you could develop an advocacy campaign, applying the attributes identified in similar, effective campaigns. 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. WK7 Application Assignment 2: Part 2 - Developing an Advocacy Campaign The following application, Part 2, will be due in Week 7. To prepare: • Review Chapter 3 of Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A nurse’s guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers • In the first assignment, you reflected on whether the policy you would like to promote could best be achieved through the development of new legislation, or a change in an existing law or regulation. Refine as necessary using any feedback from your first paper. • Contemplate how existing laws or regulations may affect how you proceed in advocating for your proposed policy. • Consider how you could influence legislators or other policymakers to enact the policy you propose. • Think about the obstacles of the legislative process that may prevent your proposed policy from being implemented as intended. To complete: Part Two will have approximately 3–4 pages of content plus a title page and references. Part Two will address the following: • Explain whether your proposed policy could be enacted through a modification of existing law or regulation or the creation of new legislation/regulation. • Explain how existing laws or regulations could affect your advocacy efforts. Be sure to cite and reference the laws and regulations using primary sources. • Provide an analysis of the methods you could use to influence legislators or other policymakers to support your policy. In particular, explain how you would use the “three legs” of lobbying in your advocacy efforts. o Summarize obstacles that could arise in the legislative process and how to overcome these hurdles.
This is the current wk 10 Application: Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign (continued): Ethical Considerations The final application builds upon the applications (Parts One and Two) completed in weeks 4 and 7. To complete the final section of your paper: • Review provisions 7, 8, and 9 of the ANA Code of Ethics in relation to advocacy for population health.
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