Conceptual Model

Science

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [AHRQ]. (2014). Guide to clinical preventive services. Retrieved from https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/clinicians-providers/guidelines-recommendations/guide/index.html

An initiative is a project, an event, so something in the community is ideal. Workplace location for employees is fine too. Please include the following suggested level one headings so content is clear and easily identified.

Conceptual Model

Choose a conceptual model that you think might work for your initiative and explain the model here. A minimum of 3-4 sources should be used.

DUE: to Dropbox on end of Day 7 of Unit 4.

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Submit to the Unit 4 Dropbox.

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Rubric Name: MN505_1702A_-2


Criteria
Student comprehensively applies theoretical and conceptual models of health related behavior and health promotion education through the selection of a screening methodology. Student successfully describes topic of screening, population, setting of screening, financial costs, and screening outcomes.

Student applies theoretical and conceptual models of health related behavior and health promotion education through the selection of a screening methodology. Minor errors may be present. Student describes topic of screening, population, setting of screening, financial costs, and screening outcomes.

Student generally applies theoretical and conceptual models of health related behavior and health promotion education through the selection of a screening methodology. Errors may be present. Student describes most of the following elements: topic of screening, population, setting of screening, financial costs, and screening outcomes.

Student applies theoretical and conceptual models of health related behavior and health promotion education in a limited manner through the selection of a screening methodology. Errors exist in content and/or writing elements. Student describes some of the following elements: topic of screening, population, setting of screening, financial costs, and screening outcomes.

Student minimally applies theoretical and conceptual models of health related behavior and health promotion education through the selection of a screening methodology. Errors are present. Student describes only a few of the following elements: topic of screening, population, setting of screening, financial costs, and screening outcomes.

Student work demonstrates no understanding or progress towards achievement of this outcome.

Overall Score


Learning Outcome MN505_1702A_-2