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Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)

CEPH Competency #9

Create organizational change strategies

CEPH Competency #14

Design a system-level intervention to address a public health issue

In SPP Part 1 (Module 1), you identified and researched a public health system and in SPP Part 2 (Module 2), you identified the system gaps/deficiencies.

As you move forward with

SPP Part 3

, your next task is to design a system-level intervention to address a public health issue. You will also create organizational change strategies (at least two) for your system-level intervention.

Review the Module Learning Resources.

Review

Public Health System

:

Part 3 – System Level Intervention and Organizational Change Strategies

.

Step #1 Boundary (Part 1)

Step #2 Component/Element (Part 1)

Step #3 Relationship (Part 1)

Step #4 Sub-System (Part 1)

Step #5 System Inefficiency/Gap (Part 2)

Step #6 System Level Intervention (Part 3)

Step #7 Organizational Change Strategy(ies) (Part 3)

Find and review examples of system-level interventions and organizational change strategies used in public health.

Download the assessment template provided in the Learning Resources to complete

Part 3: System-Level Intervention and Organizational Change Strategies

of your Scholar Practitioner Project (SPP).

SPP Part 3

Use the assessment template provided in the Learning Resources to complete

Part 3: System-Level Intervention and Organizational Change Strategies

of your Scholar Practitioner Project (SPP).

In a 6- to 7-page paper

(not including title page and references)

A: Design a system-level intervention to address a public health issue

Be sure to support your statements/arguments with evidence and address the following:

Describe the public health issue (system gap/deficiency from Part 2 submitted in Module 2) (see template, page 2).

Describe the system-level intervention that addresses the public health issue (see template, page 2).

Describe the system-level intervention goals (see template, page 3).

Describe the design of the system-level intervention (see template, page 3).

Explain how the system-level intervention addresses a public health issue (see template, page 4).

Identify which participants (stakeholders, target populations, etc.) you might involve and explain why (see template, page 4).

B: Create organizational change strategies for your system-level intervention

Create two (2) organizational change strategies for your system-level intervention (described in A). Support your statements/arguments with evidence.

For each organizational change strategy:

Describe the strategies (see template, page 5, Table 1).

Describe the goals of each strategy (see template, page 5, Table 1).

Describe the strengths and weaknesses of each strategy (see template, page 5, Table 1).

Explain how each strategy addresses a public health issue (system gap/deficiency from Module 2 SPP) (see template, page 6, Table 2).

Explain the expected outcomes (see template, page 6, Table 2).

Describe steps that you might take to implement the strategy (described above) within the public health system or organization (see template, page 7).

Identify which participants (stakeholders, target populations, etc.) you might involve and explain why (see template, page 8).

Support your statements/arguments with evidence:

References: five or more peer-reviewed articles, less than 5 years old

  
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