Health Program Plan Design Flashcards


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Fundamental to the MAPP process is

creating partnerships, identifying participants, and forming work groups

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the foundation of precede-proceed is that

health status and health behavior result from the interaction of multiple factors

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according to proceede-proceed the end result of health programs and interventions is

improved quality of life

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part of MAPP's community themes and strengths assessment is

identifying community perceptions of quality of life

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APEXPH is designed for use by

local health departments

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the most comprehensive framework for conducting a needs assessment is

proceed-proceed

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the procede part proceed-proceed provides the framework for ------- while proceed is the framework for ------

needs assessment, evaluation

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before a program's goal and objectives can be identified by program planners

health-related problems must be prioritized

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which of the following not a reason to conduct a needs assessment?

to spend funding that hasn't been allocated or has been left over

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MAPP stands for

Mobilizing Action through planning and partnership

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health education seeks to provide ------ and ------- to individuals, groups, and communities

...

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appropriate ways to involve the target population in needs assessment including all of the following EXCEPT

requiring target population members to provide names of other who could participate

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APEXPH, MAPP and Precede-Proceed

are frameworks for the assessment and planning of health programs

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APEXPH stands for

Assessment Protocol for excellence in public health

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lack of trained people, -------, and money are all significant barriers to program delivery and should be assessed as part of a good needs assessment

time

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a term for a target population's abilities, current resources, and future resources is

community capacity

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new cases of illness or injury in the population are referred to as:

incidence

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it is important to assess community capacity because

planners need to know how capable the target population is to participate in the assessment and planning process

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A written list of community resources and skills of individual members of the community is

capacity inventory

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once your health priorities have been determined and validated, the next step is to

...

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the term representing all existing cases of illness or injury in a population

prevalance

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which is the proper order of tasks?

social assessment; epidemiological assessment; behavioral/environmental/genetic assessment; educational and ecological assessment; administrative and policy assessment ?

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the term resources refers to

time,money and people

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coalition members, advisory groups and community representatives can help during a needs assessment by

all the above ---providing information on how to access documents for review, securing access to hand-to-reach sub-groups for data collection purposes, and identifying important documents for review

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the first step in determining the contributors to your priority health problems is to

conduct a through review of relevant professional literature

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One of the purposes of the social and situational analysis is to

...

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data for the epidemiological assessment is primarily collected

by reviewing existing documents

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One of the purposes of the social and situational analysis is to

...

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Most of the data for a quality of life assessment usually comes from

...

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During a resource assessment, levels of ___need___ and ___risk___

are two areas to look at with regard to people.

...

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The most important “P” of the marketing mix is considered to be

Product

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Weight maintenance and decreased blood pressure that result from regular physical activity are considered which products in social marketing?

core

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Getting clear and useful consumer information depends on

asking the right questions.

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Choosing to deliver a program through social media as opposed to face-to-face is making a decision about which “P” of the marketing mix?

Place

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A public awareness campaign claims that quitting smoking makes you more “kissable.” This is an example of__________.

exchange

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Providing coupons for free bicycle helmets to people attending a bicycle safety seminar is an example of which type of promotional tool?

consumer promotion

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Assessing the target population’s perceived barriers to engaging in a recommended behavior is important in figuring out how to address which P of the marketing mix?

Price

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One of the benefits of ___________________ is that it helps develop programs with good “fit.”

audience segmentation

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At the urging of public health professionals some physician’s have begun writing “prescriptions” for fruits and vegetables for patients with poor diets. This is an example of____.

personal communication

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Engaging in regular physical activity is considered which type of product in social marketing?

actual

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The social marketing “marketing mix” consists of

product, price, place, promotion

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Media kits and press releases are examples of

Public relations activities