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DRAFT REPORT #2 STAKEHOLDERS, SUPPORTERS, & MARKETING MISSION STATEMENT, GOALS, & OBJECTIVES Key Leaders/Stakeholders and Supporters ➢ Identify key leaders/stakeholders who would be involved in decisions and actions related to the selected health issue. These stakeholders can be leaders within the community and/or members of agencies/organizations that serve the priority population. ➢ Each team will interview one stakeholder. ➢ Briefly describe whom you interviewed and the information you obtained from the interview, including their perspectives regarding the health issue. (Refer to Guidelines for Key Leader/Stakeholder Interview.) You may include the interview questions and answers in the body of the paper or place them in an appendix. ➢ Identify other public or private providers (in addition to your community partner) who are currently offering services and resources related to the key health issue.

HS 3073

Health Promotion Program Planning Project
Draft Report Guidelines

This course focuses on the design of effective health education/promotion programs to promote the health

and well-being of individuals and communities. You are allowed to work in teams of no more than 3

members, or submitted your project individually. Each team /project will complete 2 draft reports – each

composing a portion of the entire program planning process. These draft reports will be revised to

compose the Final Program Planning Project Paper, which is due at the end of the semester.

Note: This project is a reflection of the work accomplished by each team if you chose the team option.

Failure to contribute a fair share of the workload to the project reflects a lack of professionalism and

integrity and could result in removal from the team and/or a loss of points. I expect each student to be

a strong, contributing team player.

Content and Format Specifications

1) Document Format: Submit each draft report as a Word document.

2) Typing Requirements: The length of each report will vary, depending on the required contents. Use
12-point font and double spacing; set margins at 1 inch on each side (top, bottom, left, and right). Be

sure to include page numbers. See the APA Publication Manual (6th ed.) for guidelines regarding

tables, figures, graphs, and appendices.

3) Content: Draft reports must include the content specified for each of the sections listed in the
guidelines. Use headings/sub-headings to delineate content for each section.

4) Writing Mechanics: In order to be an effective planner, you need to be a clear thinker and writer.
Therefore, writing mechanics matter. I will deduct points for writing errors, such as misspelled

words, sentence fragments, run-on sentences, disorganized thoughts, lack of flow, etc.

5) Formatting and References: All in-text citations and the reference list must adhere to APA format.
Also, tables, figures, and appendices should be formatted according to APA. See the APA Publication

Manual (6th ed.) for details. Be careful not to plagiarize.

6) Cover Page: Each draft report should include a cover page with the following information:

➢ Draft Report #[report number]: [Report Title] Example: Draft Report #1: Needs
Assessment & Community Partner

➢ Key Health Issue & Target Population
➢ Student Names
➢ Course Number and Title
➢ Semester
➢ Date Submitted

DRAFT REPORT #2

STAKEHOLDERS, SUPPORTERS, & MARKETING

MISSION STATEMENT, GOALS, & OBJECTIVES

Key Leaders/Stakeholders and Supporters

➢ Identify key leaders/stakeholders who would be involved in decisions and actions related to
the selected health issue. These stakeholders can be leaders within the community and/or

members of agencies/organizations that serve the priority population.

➢ Each team will interview one stakeholder.
➢ Briefly describe whom you interviewed and the information you obtained from the

interview, including their perspectives regarding the health issue. (Refer to Guidelines for

Key Leader/Stakeholder Interview.) You may include the interview questions and answers

in the body of the paper or place them in an appendix.

➢ Identify other public or private providers (in addition to your community partner) who are
currently offering services and resources related to the key health issue.

Mission Statement, Goals, & Objectives

➢ Write a mission statement for your health education/promotion program (e.g., see Box 6.2, p.
140).

➢ Write at least one program goal that will define the outcome of your group’s health
education program (e.g., see Box 6.3, p. 141).

➢ Write the objectives that will need to be met in order to achieve the goal(s). Include at least
one process, one impact, and one outcome objective for each program goal (see Ch 6).

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