Health Disparity Presentation & Paper Guidelines This is a two-part assignment that

Health Disparity Presentation & Paper Guidelines
This is a two-part assignment that includes a presentation and a paper. This activity allows you to explore a specific population and the related health outcomes and disparities for that population.
The first part of the assignment includes a presentation, which is the basis for your final paper. Another component to the presentation includes in-depth peer-review feedback to improve the final paper due a few weeks after. The second part of the assignment is a paper that incorporates the information from the presentation with improvements that you received during the feedback process and content learned as you progressed through the course.
(See the course Canvas for specific deadlines on this assignment.)
The following are details on the presentation and paper.
Part 1: Presentation
Choose a target population that addresses health outcomes, disparities, and the strategies implemented.
Develop a PowerPoint presentation that outlines your findings. Be sure to format your presentation according to APA and include a reference slide.
Presentation criteria:
Overview of Target Population
Background of population
How the population is defined
Size of the population
Social and demographic characteristics of the population
Health Outcomes and Disparities
Analysis of two negative health outcomes and disparities present in the target population
Explanation of why that exists in the population, prevalence in the population, and historical trends (i.e., has it gotten better or worse in recent decades)
Social Determinants
Identify social determinants of health (SDOH) that most closely associates with the negative health outcome and health disparity in the population.
Describe how SDOH is related to the health outcome and disparities.
Identify and discuss strategies identified or initiated to address negative health outcome and disparities.
Include any public (local, state, or federal government) or private programs addressing the health disparity.
Include a critique of strategies and identified program effectiveness.
Address any identified barriers to population’s use of intervention.
Administration for Community Living. (2021, May). 2020 Profile of Older Americans. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [PDF Document]. [1] [TARGET POP. SIZE S1]
Atlantic Collaborative on Injury Prevention. (2019, May). Seniors’ Fall Prevention and the Social Determinants of Health: A Social Policy Lens [PDF Document].’Falls/FinalEnglishACIP_SeniorsFallPreventionReport_May2019.pdf [2] [SDOH FALLS S6]
Ayton, D. R., Barker, A. L., Morello, R. T., Brand, C. A., Talevski, J., Landgren, F. S., Melhem, M. M., Bian, E., Brauer, S. G., Hill, K. D., Livingston, P. M., & Botti, M. (2017). Barriers and enablers to the implementation of the 6-PACK falls prevention program: A pre-implementation study in hospitals participating in a cluster randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 12(2), e0171932. [3] [INTERVENTIONS- FALLS S7]
Bayliss, E. A., Ellis, J. L., & Steiner, J. F. (2007). Barriers to Self-Management and Quality-of-Life Outcomes in Seniors with Multimorbidities. Annals of Family Medicine, 5(5), 395–402. [4] [INTERVENTIONS- CHRONIC DISEASE S7]
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2020, December 16). Injury Prevention & Control: Keep on Your Feet. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.,particularlyamongtheagingpopulation.&text=About36millionfallsare,inmorethan32000deaths. [6] [PREVALANCE FALLS S5]
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2022, May 06). National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP): About Chronic Diseases. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. [7] [CHRONIC DISEASE FACTORS S4]
Dionyssiotis, Y. (2012). Analyzing the problem of falls among older people. International Journal of General Medicine, 5, 805–813. [8] [FALL FACTORS S4]
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Liddy, C., Blazkho, V., & Mill, K. (2014). Challenges of self-management when living with multiple chronic conditions. Canadian Family Physician, 60(12), 1123–1133. [13] [INTERVENTIONS- CHRONIC DISEASE S7]
Moreland, B. Kakara, R., Henry, A. (2020). Trends in Nonfatal Falls and Fall-Related Injuries Among Adults Aged ≥65 Years—United States, 2012–2018. MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 69. [14] [HISTORICAL/RECENT TRENDS FALLS S5]
National Conference of State Legislatures. (2021, February 26). Elderly Falls Prevention Legislation and Statutes. [15] [INTERVENTIONS- FALLS S7]
National Council on Aging. (2021, April 23). Chronic Conditions for Older Adults: The Top 10 Most Common Chronic Conditions in Older Adults. [16] [PREVALANCE CHRONIC DISEASE S5]
National Council on Aging. (2021, January 01). Center for Healthy Aging for Professionals: Get the Facts on Healthy Aging. [17] [HEALTH OUTCOMES AND DISPARITIES- CHRONIC DISEASE & FALLS S3]
Nelson, J.M. (2018). Identifying and Preventing Common Risk Factors in the Elderly. In K. Mauk (Ed.), Gerontological nursing: Competencies for care (4th ed., pp. 271-301). Jones & Bartlett Learning. [18] [INTERVENTIONS- CHRONIC DISEASE S7]
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP). (2022). Older Adults. Older Adults | Healthy People 2020. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. [19] [TARGET POP. BACKGROUND S2]
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). (2022). Elderly population: Definition of Elderly population. doi: 10.1787/8d805ea1-en [20] [TARGET POP. DEF S1]
Wiseman, J. M., Stamper, D. S., Sheridan, E., Caterino, J. M., Quatman-Yates, C. C., & Quatman, C. E. (2021). Barriers to the Initiation of Home Modifications for Older Adults for Fall Prevention. Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation, 12, 21514593211002160. [21] [INTERVENTIONS- FALLS S7]
Yamada, T., Chen, C.-C., Murata, C., Hirai, H., Ojima, T., Kondo, K., & Harris, J. R. (2015). Access Disparity and Health Inequality of the Elderly: Unmet Needs and Delayed Healthcare. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(2), 1745–1772. [22] [SDOH CHRONIC DISEASE S6]