Alcohol Essay Instructions

OVERVIEW:

Reflect on the readings, assignments and discussions you have completed for the Risky Drinking Case 2021. For this paper, you will write about ONE activity that you would employ at Capstone City Hospital that can be put into place within one year and addresses the alcohol issue. Remember, a complete public health approach to reducing alcohol-related emergency department visits would include perhaps dozens of different activities, but for the sake of this paper, you are choosing ONLY ONE that is specific to the hospital.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

An excellent paper answers specific questions related to the planning, implementation and evaluation of this project. Write your paper so a reader understands who/what/where/when/why/how this is being done. An excellent paper is also tailored to our fictional setting of Capstone City Hospital.

 

Please refer back to the risky drinking/Capstone City Hospital Case packet to make sure you have the case specifics correct.

 

For ease of writing, feel free to use the outline provided in this document (after rubric).

 

Paper Requirements:

  • Writing is clear, concise and free from errors.
  • All fact statements are cited using APA format.
  • Structure (see details below):
    1. Introduction
    2. Background
  • Planning
  1. Implementation
  2. Evaluation
  3. Conclusion

 

Rubric:

Issue Addressed Points Possible Points Earned
Introduction

·         Introduce the issue in Capstone County and the issue at Capstone City Hospital.

·         Introduce what you plan to do about this issue.

5  
Background

·         Whenever you state a fact, you cite it. You are encouraged to find statistics about risky drinking as well as harmful consequences, costs and other alcohol-related data from other scholarly sources apart from your example paper.

·         You have found at least one similar case in a recent, scholarly journal article and reviewed what did/did not work (avoid national surveys, literature reviews and meta-analyses and instead try to find a paper on a single intervention).

·         You describe the findings from the paper in measurable detail. How were results reported? What numbers were used?

·         You describe how your risky drinking solution is partially based on information from the literature.

20  
Planning

·         Briefly explain in more detail how your solution will solve the case.

·         Each goal and subgoal is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely.

·         You utilize the PRECEDE steps from the Crosby and Noar paper “What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE-PROCEED” and include the first four steps from Table 1.

·         PRECEDE is used to create an “educational diagnosis” of the issue.

·         Each individual step of PRECEDE is apparent.

·         Each step is connected to your single intervention. For example, how are you changing the environment and behaviors in the hospital itself?

20  
Implementation

·         Describe your plan in detail.

·         The reader should understand who, what, where, when, why and how you are enacting your plan.

·        Write about specific staff, trainings, meetings, workshops, documents, protocols and anything else you are creating to carry out this plan.

·        Remember, this is a SINGLE strategy. If you are doing a workshop for nurses, for instance, do not veer off and do DARE classes in schools as well.

10  
Evaluation

·         You utilize the PROCEED steps from the Crosby and Noar paper “What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE-PROCEED” and include steps 5–9 from Table 1.

·         This section uses PROCEED to describe your plans for implementation and evaluation.

·         You explain how you collect each data point (surveys, interviews, focus groups, secondary data, etc.).

·         Each individual step of PROCEED is apparent.

20  
Conclusion/Limitations

·         This section is a clear wrap-up of your activities.

·         This section does not introduce any new activities, but instead summarizes what has already been stated.

·         You explain questions that may come up during the implementation of the process or any barriers/issues you think might arise and how you will address them.

5  
Grammar, Spelling and Layout

·         Document is free of grammar and spelling errors.

·         Document is organized into sections. If using headings, headings are consistent.

·         Document is in an easy-to-read format. There are no requirements on font size, line spacing or margins, but whatever you choose should be consistent and should make sense for the paper.

·         There are no length minimums/maximums. It should be as long as it needs to be.

10  
Citations and Research

·         All statements of fact are cited using MLA, APA or AMA style. The exception would be a statement that we reasonably expect most people to know to be true due to its simplicity. For example, “The US flag has 50 stars,” would not need a citation, but, “People who drink three beers are more likely to be in a vehicle crash,” would need a citation.

·         All references are from peer-reviewed, recent publications and are included in a “references” section at the end of the paper.

·         You may select any grammar style you wish (MLA, APA, AMA) but it must be consistent for in-text citations and your bibliography.

10  
     
Total 100  

 

 

 

 

Paper Layout:

 

[Use this to help you plan and write your paper.]

 

Introduction

  • Introduce the issue in Capstone County and the issue at Capstone City Hospital.
  • Introduce what you plan to do about this issue.

 

Background

  • Whenever you state a fact, you cite it. You are encouraged to find statistics about risky drinking as well as harmful consequences, costs and other alcohol-related data from other scholarly sources apart from your example paper.
  • You have found at least one similar case in a recent, scholarly journal article and reviewed what did/did not work (avoid national surveys, literature reviews and meta-analyses and instead try to find a paper on a single intervention).
  • You describe the findings from the paper in measurable detail. How were results reported? What numbers were used?
  • You describe how your risky drinking solution is partially based on information from the literature.

Planning

  • Briefly explain in more detail how your solution will solve the case.
  • Each goal and subgoal is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely.
  • You utilize the PRECEDE steps from the Crosby and Noar paper “What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE-PROCEED” and include the first four steps from Table 1.
  • PRECEDE is used to create an “educational diagnosis” of the issue.
  • Each individual step of PRECEDE is apparent.
  • Each step is connected to your single intervention. For example, how are you changing the environment and behaviors in the hospital itself?

 

[Brief explanation in paragraph form of why this solution solves the case](Don’t forget in-text citations for Crosby and Noar where appropriate)

Step Activities
1  
2  
3  
4  

 

Implementation

  • Describe your plan in detail.
  • The reader should understand who, what, where, when, why and how you are enacting your plan.
  • Write about specific staff, trainings, meetings, workshops, documents, protocols and anything else you are creating to carry out this plan.
  • Remember, this is a SINGLE strategy. If you are doing a workshop for nurses, for instance, do not veer off and do DARE classes in schools as well.

Evaluation

  • You utilize the PROCEED steps from the Crosby and Noar paper “What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE-PROCEED” and include steps 5–9 from Table 1.
  • This section uses PROCEED to describe your plans for implementation and evaluation.
  • You explain how you collect each data point (surveys, interviews, focus groups, secondary data, etc.).
  • Each individual step of PROCEED is apparent.

 

(Don’t forget in-text citations for Crosby and Noar where appropriate.)

Step Activities
5  
6  
7  
8  
9  

Conclusion/Limitations

  • This section is a clear wrap-up of your activities.
  • This section does not introduce any new activities, but instead summarizes what has already been stated.
  • You explain questions that may come up during the implementation of the process or any barriers/issues you think might arise and how you will address them.

 

Before you turn in, make sure:

  • My solution could be carried out by a hospital.
  • I checked spelling and grammar.
  • I checked for plagiarism (anything I copied and pasted has quotation marks around it with a citation, and any ideas or statistics I found in a source and rewrote in my own words have a citation).
  • I have an in-text citation next to every fact statement.
  • I covered all criteria from the rubric above.
  • I used APA formatting for my references/bibliography.
  • I am turning in the correct document (late points will be deducted if you turn in a blank document or incomplete draft, then turn in the correct version after the due date).
  • All of my references are present in my bibliography.

 

 

References

Crosby, R., & Noar, S. M. (2011). What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE‐PROCEED. Journal of public health dentistry, 71, S7-S15.

 

 

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