Demonstrate knowledge of epidemiology, demography, genomics and the wider determinants of health, illness and wellbeing and apply this to an understanding of global patterns of health and wellbeing outcomes. Activity 1: Please become familiar with your learning outcomes for the module – Essaylink

1. Demonstrate knowledge of epidemiology, demography, genomics and the wider determinants of health, illness and wellbeing and apply this to an understanding of global patterns of health and wellbeing outcomes.

Activity 1:

Please become familiar with your learning outcomes for the module

On successful completion of this module the student will be expected to be able to:

1. Demonstrate knowledge of epidemiology, demography, genomics and the wider determinants of health, illness and wellbeing and apply this to an understanding of global patterns of health and wellbeing outcomes.

2. Discuss and explain the factors that may lead to inequalities in health outcomes.

4. Consider how mental, physical, behavioural, and other health related outcomes may be improved by understanding and explaining the principles, practice, and evidence-base for health screening programmes.

5. Apply understanding of national and local data related to the health care needs and associated services of a local population.

(NO COVID 19 PLEASE).

Activity 1:

To write your health report you will need to become familiar with some key public health information sites.  As such please review the following links:

NHS digital (Links to an external site.)

Office of National Statistics (Links to an external site.)

NHS England Data Catalogue (Links to an external site.)

PHE Public Health Profile (Links to an external site.)

PHE Public Health Fingertips (Links to an external site.)

The Health Report

The assignment for Module 2 is a 3000-word health needs assessment reviewing local, national, and worldwide health patterns and wellbeing outcomes. You will choose a locality familiar to you (Within the UK could be Cambridgeshire or London Borough of Hillingdon) and identify one public health need within this area. You will highlight the implications for healthcare for this public health need.  Additionally, for your selected health need you will identify and understand the local health services available and the role of the nurse in health promotion delivery.

Overview

There are 2 sections to the report:

Undertake a virtual research tour of your local health, social services, and health services to identify one key public health concern. Discuss what the data suggests about public health needs and implications for healthcare locally. Compare this to national and worldwide statistics.  Identify key inequalities and barriers within this area that may impact on healthcare.

With focus on the public health concern that you have identified discuss and highlight the health services, charities, screening, and role of the nurse in this area.

Guidance to undertake the Report.

Module Exploring and Promoting Health and Well-being.

3000-word Health Needs Assessment Report.

Proforma

Title Page

Contents Page

1. Introduction ………….1500 words

2. a) Locality

b) Health and Social Care data – to include diagrams, tables etc.

3. a) Determinants, inequalities, and barriers to health

4. a) Review of current service provision …………1000 words

b) Role of the Nurse in health promotion and screening

5. Conclusion …………………….500 words

6. Recommendations for practice

7. Reference List

8. Appendices – if required

1. Introduction: (1500 words)

Briefly highlight what the report is about, the reason for the report, the locality you are discussing and the local public health concern you have chosen to identify specific healthcare services and review the role of the nurse in promoting health in this area.

2) Undertake a virtual research tour of your local health, social services, and health services to identify key areas of public health concern.

a) Choosing a locality:

Choose one area or locality.

The local area you study in this area should be:

Somewhere that interests you and/or which you are familiar with (placement area or local home area)

One which you can use published data to inform a discussion about social and health care needs in that area.

Detail your choice of area.

NB: It would be better to pick a county as your locality because you are more likely to get reliable data (If data collection is not at 90% of the population it will not be recorded in the figures and merely be left blank).

b) Collect and discuss social and health data about that area that you have chosen:

Finding Statistics and Information:

Gather insight data on ONE prevalent public health need.

This data should be gathered from local joint strategic needs assessments around the health of your chosen population, in your chosen community and in relation to your field of nursing mental ill health like depression or suicide if you are a mental health nurse.

Utilise information from reputable source using Public health England Local Authority Health Profiles (Links to an external site.)

Other sights that will support the data in your assignment could include NHS digital (Links to an external site.), Office of National statistics (Links to an external site.), and NHS England Data Catalogue. (Links to an external site.)

Identify one key health and social care issue in your chosen locality by reviewing the epidemiology and prevalence of this data, e.g., mental ill health like depression or suicide if you are a mental health nurse.

Demonstrate the Statistics.

Demonstrate this data in tables, graphs, or pie chart and in a brief written summary.

Identify your sources.

Discuss the Statistics:

Discuss what the data suggests about public health care need in that area and the implications for health care. Support this information with key research that may validate your findings.

Within your discussion compare your findings to national and worldwide figures. What implications can you draw from this?

3. Identify the determinants, inequalities, and barriers to health:

Within your locality, identify the environmental, societal, and social determinants of health (like poverty, education, culture, economy, geography, and gender) that create health inequalities.

Health inequalities are unfair avoidable differences between groups of people. Look at the differences in the status of people’s health such as the life expectancy, access to care, behavioural risk factors from the data. E.g., It may be that this particular county that has higher suicide rates than the rest of the UK, find out why this might be the case.

You can use publications such as the Kings Fund (Links to an external site.), NHS England (Links to an external site.), Public Health England outcomes framework (Links to an external site.), Health Knowledge. Org (Links to an external site.), Naidoo and Wills Foundations for Health Promotion Book (chapter 2 and 3) or any other health promotion textbook to help develop your discussion.

Try to really understand the determinants that have impacted to create this health inequality causing a health need in this area.

4. Review the services and health care that are available for the public health need that you have chosen (1000 words)

a) Identify local, national policy, services, charities available for your public health concern

For example, if you have chosen rising teenage depression the services might include GP, CPFT, counselling, NHS therapy, CBT, MIND, Life craft, Samaritans.

Highlight briefly what these services provide and what the local / national guidance recommends, e.g., Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT), National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), Public Health England (PHE), Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

b) Look at the role of the nurse in health promotion and screening in this area

Highlight what nurses do in identifying the health issue and any screening if applicable for the public health need you have identified, e.g., practice nurses and the use of screening tools to identify depression.

Once the health concern is identified look at what the nurse does to make every contact count and to empower the patient to make healthy choices e.g., discussing a change model and apply to the patient who is contemplating change like the empowerment model.

What health promotion services does the nurse provide, e.g., for depression trained mental health primary care nurse, face-to-face patient contact, clinical supervision, planning meetings, role development, communication, and dissemination with the rest of the primary health-care team, and preparation of materials for patient use?

5. Conclusion: (500)

Summarise the findings in your essay and make recommendations for future practice.

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