incorporate all of the information you have gathered from the community—including the population itself, health data, interviews/conversations with interested community members, and your community assessment, including your Windshield Survey—as well as what you have gathered from scholarly literature to propose measureable interventions. Measureable interventions mean that the results can be measured through some data that could be collected (Stanhope, 2020). This requires thinking in terms of actions and then measuring results. An evaluation of interventions is important to see whether or not they are effective in solving a health care problem. Remember, you will need to use the data you gathered to determine whether or not a problem exists in your community and to then determine whether your interventions might be effective
- Identify one evidence-based behavior change that would promote health in your selected population.
- Suggest one specific culturally sensitive, evidence-based, measureable intervention to address the health problem for your selected population.
- Think in terms of measuring outcomes. What outcomes would you expect to see once the intervention(s) are in place? Be specific