In the attachment I put the project from the previous week, the template of this week and the video explaining what to do in this week’s template as a continuation of the project for this week, 

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Week 6: Direct Care Project Part 4: Evaluating the Project (Graded)

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Purpose

The purpose of this direct care project is for learners to apply the nursing process to a community health problem determined by their observations and data collected of vulnerable populations in their community. This is Part 4 of 4 in the Direct Care Project.

Direct Care Project Overview

1. There are four parts to the Direct Care Project.

2. There will be graded Project Check-ins that correlate to each part. 

3. The topic selected in Part 1 will be the same one used in Parts 2 through 4. 

4. Review the table below for overview and due dates with each topic. 

5. Contact your instructor with questions.

Overview

Points

Due Date

Projects

Air Quality

Substance Use

Part 1: Assessment Completed in Week 2

Part 2: Planning the Presentation Completed in Week 4

Part 3: Implementing the Presentation Completed in Weeks 5 or 6

Part 4: Evaluation: Check-In

10

Wednesday of Week 6

Required, graded check-in on progress of evaluation of the presentation and project

Part 4: Evaluating the Project

140

Sunday end of Week 6

Evaluate learning and reflect on the project. 

Evaluate learning and reflect on the project.

Course Outcomes

This direct care project enables the student to meet the following course outcomes: 

· CO2 Assess the health of populations, aggregates, and communities (PO4)

· CO3 Apply the nursing process to vulnerable populations with professional clinical judgment and evidence-based practice (PO4 & 8)

· CO5 Utilize a collaborative approach to address factors that influence population health (PO2)

· CO6 Examine collaborative trends in community health nursing (PO2)

Part 4 enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:

· CO3 Apply the nursing process to vulnerable populations with professional clinical judgment and evidence-based practice (PO4 & 8)

· CO5 Utilize a collaborative approach to address factors that influence population health (PO2)

· CO6 Examine collaborative trends in community health nursing (PO2)

Due Date for Part 4

Sunday 11:59 PM MT at the end of Week 6

Points Possible for Part 4

140 Points

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Direct Care Project Part 4

Evaluating the Project

Directions: Use this template to evaluate your project. For more information on the template sections, see the Directions for Part 4 and the Direct Care Project Part 4 Tutorial for more information and paragraph requirements. 

Student Name: Date:

1. Title of presentation (including county/state name) _______________

2. Date presentation completed ________________________________

3. Tables of results: Tally the results of your surveys and place the numerical values in the boxes below.

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Oscar L Perez

July 30, 2022 Chamberlain University College Of Nursing

AIR Quality Flag Program

Kendal, a census-designated place in Miami, is home to the Kendal community.

As of 2016, the population was 75,152 in this suburban town.

Men and women make up 48.8 and 51.2 percent of the community’s population respectively.

92.7 percent have at least a high school diploma, whereas just 36.4 percent have a bachelor’s degree.

There is 5.6 percent of the population living below the poverty line in this community.

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(County Health Rankings, 2018)

Community Description

As a preface, let me first introduce you to the city of Kendal near Miami, which is a suburb covering an area of around 90 square miles. Around 75,000 people live in the neighborhood, and the majority of them are in their 30s and 40s. Despite the modest percentage difference between the sexes, the gender distribution shows that women make up the vast majority of the population. There are around 51 percent females and 48 percent men in the population. 92 percent of the population has a high school diploma, while just 36 percent have earned a bachelor’s degree at the college level. The median family income in the United States is $55,000, while 5.6 percent of the population is deemed to be living below the poverty level. For example, respiratory health problems might be directly or indirectly linked to these features.

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Thousands of youngsters in Kendal are affected by asthma, a long-term lung illness.

Kendal has a high prevalence of Asthma because to the poor air quality in the region.

Tailpipe pollution is one of the most common causes of Asthma cases in the neighborhood.

Vehicle emissions, both gasoline and diesel, are to blame. children under the age of 5 are highly affected by harmful gases emitted by vehicles such as nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, and hydrocarbons.

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(American Lung Association, 2020).

Problem Description

Many children in Kendal suffer from asthma, a debilitating respiratory illness that has no known cure. That poor air quality is to blame for so many cases of pediatric asthma in Kendal is undeniable. Tailpipe pollution from gasoline and diesel-powered automobiles is one of several local risk factors for asthma. Human health is jeopardized because of the toxic chemicals released into the air by automobile tailpipes, such as hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxides.

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