The community/aggregate of interest and the health issue

Introduction:
Definition &
Epidemiology What is the community/aggregate of interest and the health issue identified?
How does this issue impact the population, community, or health care system?
What intervention did you propose to address the problem? 2

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Mobilize Who are the stakeholders?
How could the stakeholders potentially have been impacted, positively or negatively, by the intervention?
Who did you need to engage to “buy in” to the project to ensure its success? 2
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Assess How did you conduct your needs assessment?
How did you engage with your community of interest to learn more about the needs?
What factors did you identify that contributed to your plan? 4

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Plan What were your objectives for the intervention?
What were the steps in your plan for the intervention?
What was your timeline? What helped you stay on track with your timeline, or caused you to diverge from it?
What resources did you need to prepare for implementation? 5

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Implement What were the demographics of your participants?
Were the participants representative of the population or aggregate of interest?
What were the steps to implementing your intervention? 5

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Track How did you/will you evaluate the effectiveness of your intervention?
What tool did you design and/or use for measurement of effectiveness?
What is your plan for continuation of provision if you determined the intervention to be effective? 5

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Section 1 Total
60
Section 2-
Presentation Format
Slides are balanced and visually appealing
Slides use bullet points and not a narrative style
Appropriate graphics are included
Correct grammar, spelling, and citation of sources is used 3
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Section 3-
Presentation Delivery
Presenter is professional and engaging
Appropriate tone, volume, and pace of speech is used
Correct grammar and pronunciation is used
Medical terminology is used rather than lay terms when appropriate
Slang terms are avoided
Presenter does not read from slides, but uses them as an outline for the presentation
Presentation is within the 15-20 minute time limit