To achieve a successful project experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements.
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (6th Edition) style and formatting.
Literature Review: Minimum of 15 resources.
Length of paper: Minimum of 15 typed double-spaced pages, excluding front material and any appendices.
Font and font size: Arial, 12 point.
Provide an annotated bibliography of articles and other materials you plan to use for your Assessment and Surveillance Plan project. In your annotation, provide a brief (1–3 sentences) summary of the resource and a brief (1 or 2 sentences) discussion of how you intend to apply the resource’s content to your project.
The bibliography must contain at least 15 sources. All sources are expected to meet academic standards; articles should be peer-reviewed and non-article material should be from reliable sources such as government or academic sites.
Assessment and Surveillance Plan
• Needs Assessment:
o An introduction that identifies the health concern and the affected population.
o A background section that contextualizes the health concern and the effect of social policy on previous interventions and programs.
o A literature review that addresses the topic, including health disparities and cultural differences.
o A theoretical assessment of the problem including a model.
o Identification of the stakeholders, inclusive of community collaborators and private public partnerships and their corresponding roles.
• Surveillance Plan:
o Purpose or rationale.
? Case definitions and parameters.
? Data collection.
? Data analysis.
o Interpretation or dissemination.
? Communication plan.