Community Teaching Plan: Community Presentation Based on the feedback offered by the provider, identify the best approach for teaching. Prepare a presentation based on the Teaching Work Plan and present the information to your community.
Options for Delivery
Select one of the following options for delivery and prepare the applicable presentation:
PowerPoint presentation – no more than 30 minutes
Pamphlet presentation – 1 to 2 pages
Selection of Community Setting
These are considered appropriate community settings. Choose one of the following:
Public health clinic
Community health center
Long-term care facility
Transitional care facility
Home health center
University/School health center
Adult/Child care center
Community Teaching Experience Approval Form
Before presenting information to the community, seek approval from an agency administrator or representative using the “Community Teaching Experience Approval Form.” Submit this form as directed in the Community Teaching Experience Approval assignment drop box.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Running Head: TEACHING PLAN PROPOSAL 1
TEACHING PLAN PROPOSAL 2
Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal
Primary Prevention/ Health Promotion
Planning Before Teaching
Name and Credentials of Teacher:
Estimated Time Teaching Will Last:
Location of Teaching:
Supplies, Materials, Equipment Needed:
Pamphlets, Brochures, Notes, Snacks
Community and Target Aggregate: Young Adults age between 20-35 years old.
Diabetes type 2- Prevention and Risks
Identification of focus for Community Teaching
The selected topic is the prevention and risks of diabetes type 2. It is important to study and share knowledge regarding diabetes type 2 because it can cause a lot of troubles such as heart disease, amputations, and blindness. The most common is diabetes type-2, and people should be aware of all the disadvantages. The risks of all the other diseases can be reduced by controlling diabetes.
Epidemiological Rationale for Topic
According to CDC, about 1 in 10 and more than thirty-four (34) million Americans have diabetes, and more than 90% of the people have type-2 diabetes. Type-2 diabetes is mostly found in people over the age of 45, but now teenagers and children are also suffering from diabetes type 2 (CDC, 2021). According to Healthline, approximately 29 million people in the US have diabetes, and about 8 million people are not aware of their condition. The cases of diagnosed diabetes have an estimated cost of $245 billion in the United States. Besides this, 1 in 7 children has the chance of developing diabetes if their parents are also diagnosed with diabetes before age 50. Non-Hispanic Black people have more chance and higher risks of getting diabetes (13.2%). And Hispanics have a (12.8%) percent higher risk (Santos-Longhurst, 2020).
According to WOH World Health Organization, in 2019, an estimated 1.5 million deaths were caused by diabetes (WHO, 2021). Another research by the American Diabetes Association, the average medical expenditure of diabetic people is 2.3 times higher than the of other people (American Diabetes Association , 2021). People with a BMI body mass index of 25 and higher have more chances of getting diabetes type 2 (Salomon, 2021). According to Medical News Today, diabetes is the seventh (VII) leading cause of death in the United States. Approximately 50,000 Americans begin their treatment of Kidney failure due to diabetes cases (Berry, 2019). The research from Single Care presents that China has the highest number of diabetes cases, with 116 million people having diabetes globally. The American Journal of Managed Care shows that in every 17 seconds, an American is diagnosed with diabetes (Singlecare, 2021).
Imbalanced nutrition can cause diabetes type 2; abnormal intake of calories can cause diabetes and abnormal body weight.
Readiness for Learning
The audience, including the young adults, will show their feelings and experience regarding diabetes type 2. They will ask questions about the risks associated with diabetes type 2 and how it can be prevented using specific measures. The young adults will get themselves engaged in conversations, and the body language of these people is also considered. They will ask questions regarding the food choices and to clear their misconceptions.
The teach-back theory will be used because it is the only way to confirm that all the things have been explained to the patient. This method also helps the instructor by informing him that what is important for the learners or patients and the way in which the learner or the patient can easily understand the concept (Farris, 2015).
A small survey can be conducted by handing out the pamphlets to the target audience and asking them open-ended questions in which they can describe what they have learned in their own wordings. It is the best way of communicating with the patients and getting information from them. Before giving them pamphlets in which questions are asked, the brochures and notes regarding diabetes type 2 awareness are also shared to increase their understanding of diabetes.
Goal: The goal D-16 from HP2020 is considered to increase the prevention behaviours in persons that are at higher risk of diabetes with prediabetes (Healthy People 2020, 2021). People with age 18 or more than 18 years are at more risk for diabetes. They are engaged in activities such as losing weight and limiting the use of fats and the intake of calories.
Alma Ata’s Health for All Global Initiatives
According to these initiatives, there are health disparities in some countries, and the presence of health disparities in one country can become harmful for the countries as well. Therefore, it is essential to recognize the issues of healthcare and try to remove them (Maurer, 2013). The Healthy People 2020 D-16 goal helps to spread awareness and education for the prevention of disease in the people having diabetes with prediabetes. This goal can help to improve the quality of life and to reduce the number of people having diabetes.
Behavioral Objectives (Content, Strategies)
Behavioural Objective and Domain
The audience will name one healthy food of their own choice.
The audience will describe the healthy food and unhealthy food causing diabetes.
The brochure is used to describe the symptoms, risks, prevention, and interventions for diabetes type 2. Attractive visuals and simple language will be used to describe healthy food to prevent diabetes type 2.
1. Audience will think of healthy food that can prevent diabetes.
Healthy food includes fruits, vegetables, low calories food, and a low intake of sugar.
Unhealthy food includes more intake of sugar and calories.
The brochure will include a chart of healthy and unhealthy food, and snacks are provided, including both healthy and unhealthy food. The audience will choose from healthy and unhealthy food.
2. Audience will identify different ways to prevent diabetes type 2, such as physical activities.
Physical activities such as exercise can reduce the risks of increased obesity and heart diseases.
The timings of exercise and the different techniques of doing exercises will be shown on the brochure.
3. The audience will think about the people who are already having diabetes type 2.
Regular checking of blood glucose should be done to monitor the level of sugar.
The brochure will describe that how an individual can check glucose levels.
4. Symptoms recognition.
The brochure will explain the symptoms of diabetes type 2.
Creativity is used to attract the attention of the audience. The use of visuals and simple language on the brochure is the creativity to gain the attraction of all the people. The snacks are provided to the audience to determine whether they can classify the healthy and unhealthy food or not. The volunteers also worked to perform that how glucose level is checked and to deliver the handouts to the audience.
Planned Evaluation of Objectives:
At the end of the presentation, I will ask the audience to perform the glucose check and to perform the hand hygiene that helps in the prevention of diabetes. I will also ask random questions from the audience regarding healthy and unhealthy food.
Planned Evaluation of Goal:
I will come to see the audience 2 times a week for one month to check that if they have followed the teaching or not. I will see the food choices of these people for evaluation and assessment.
Planned Evaluation of Lesson and Teacher:
I will ask close-ended questions to evaluate that whether the students have understood all the things by my presentation or not. I will add the questions such as:
· Was the presentation easy to understand?
· Do you think that this presentation has met your expectations?
· Rate the presentation from 1 to 10.
· What improvements would you bring to this presentation?
· The inability of the audience to bring behavioural changes.
· Cognitive deficits.
I will introduce myself first, and then I will discuss about diabetes and its facts. I will discuss the impact of diabetes on young adults. I will discuss the statistics of diabetes type 2 in worldwide and in the United States. I can also ask random questions to increase the attention of the audience. I will also use a real-life example by introducing a young adult having prediabetes, and I will ask him to share his experiences. I think that this will be the best strategy to increase the attention of the audience as they will be impressed more by the person of the same age as theirs. I will get help from the volunteers to help me distribute brochures and notes to increase the audience’s understanding. I will answer the questions of the people at the end of my presentation, and I will allow them to ask any question that comes to their mind regarding the topic discussed in the presentation.
American Diabetes Association . (2021). Statistics About Diabetes. Retrieved from American Diabetes Association : https://www.diabetes.org/resources/statistics/statistics-about-diabetes
Berry, J. (2019). Statistics and facts about type 2 diabetes. Retrieved from Medical News Today: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322022
CDC. (2021). Type 2 Diabetes. Retrieved from CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/type2.html
Farris, C. (2015). The teach back method. . Home healthcare now, 33(6), 344-345.
Healthy People 2020. (2021). D-16. Retrieved from Healthy People 2020: https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/objective/d-16
Maurer, F. A. (2013). Community/Public Health Nursing Practice: Health for Families and Populations (5th ed). . St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier Saunders.
Salomon, S. H. (2021). The Type 2 Diabetes Facts and Statistics You Need to Know. Retrieved from Everyday Health: https://www.everydayhealth.com/type-2-diabetes/facts-statistics-you-need-know/
Santos-Longhurst, A. (2020). Type 2 Diabetes Statistics and Facts. Retrieved from Healthline: https://www.healthline.com/health/type-2-diabetes/statistics#Worldwide
Singlecare. (2021). Diabetes statistics 2021. Retrieved from Singlecare: https://www.singlecare.com/blog/news/diabetes-statistics/
WHO. (2021). Diabetes. Retrieved from WHO: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/diabetes