This paper is on to construct an intervention map for a school based nutrition program targeting prevention of childhood diabetes, ages 6-12.
Construct an intervention map for a school based nutrition program
1. Firstly, review the websites below and the attached documents about intervention mapping. Additionally, construct an intervention map for a school based nutrition program targeting prevention of childhood diabetes, ages 6-12.
2. Websites to read: Kansas University Work Group on Health Promotion and Community Development. (2009). Community Tool Box: Bringing solutions to light. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas. Retrieved February 22, 2010, from http://ctb.ku.edu/ See: “Outline and Examples for Developing a Framework, also, Model of Change”.
3. Documents to read: See Attached documents
4. See Separate Attached Template to Use for the Assignment
School Nutrition Program for Prevention of Childhood Diabetes, Ages 6-12. Now, give at least one example of each below. References are needed for the needs assessment, theory, instrument, and also evaluation.
50 points; 10 points each step
Program name (you give it a name)
Firstly, needs Assessment (find a real needs assessment for this program)
Secondly, C (list specific program objectives that are measurable by instruments, surveys, measurements, etc.)
Thirdly, theory and methods/practical strategies (List a theoretical model and its constructs and match each construct to a strategy (methods, activity, etc.)
Fourthly, measurements instrument(s) (State what measurements will be taken and if pre and post or repeated measures or what and how scores are taken and reported in results)
Also, evaluation (Find a program evaluation design and show how you would evaluate using the objectives, theory, methods, etc. Finally, how will you know if the program was successful and made a difference or not?)