Evaluation Processes in Population Health Discussion  Help

Evaluation Processes in Population Health



The purpose of this discussion is to evaluate strategies to address your selected population health practice problem to reduce health disparities.


1.            Compose a brief statement introducing the selected practice problem (to remind readers of your selected topic).

2.            Summarize a related Healthy People 2030 Goal that applies to your selected population and health issue.

3.            Propose one evidence-based intervention to address the Healthy People 2030 goal. You may use the same study from Week 3 if it aligns with the selected Healthy People 2030 goal, or you may select another evidence-based intervention after reviewing the literature.

4.            Describe how you would determine if your evidence-based intervention was efficient, effective, and efficacious. Each of the 3  must be addressed.

Please click on the following link to review the DNP Discussion Guidelines on the Student Resource Center program page:

DNP Discussion Guidelines

Program Competencies

This discussion enables the student to meet the following program competencies:

5.            Analyzes health care policies to advocate for equitable health care and social justice to all populations and those at risk due to social determinants of health. (POs 2, 9)

7.            Translates a synthesis of research and population data to support preventative care and improve the nation health. (PO 1)

8.            Leads others in professional identity, advanced clinical judgment, systems thinking, resilience, and accountability in selecting, implementing, and evaluating clinical care. (PO 1)

Course Outcomes

This discussion enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:

2.            Synthesize ethical and legal principles to advocate for value-based, equitable, and ethical health policies at the micro, meso, and macrosystem levels. (PC 5; PO 9)

5.            Formulate strategies for providing culturally relevant and high-quality healthcare to vulnerable and high-risk populations to address social injustice and health inequities. (PCs 7, 8; PO 1)