Health promotion: CKD in African Americans presentation

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An important role of nursing is to provide health promotion and disease prevention. Review the 2020 Topics and Objectives on the Healthy People website. Choose a topic of interest that you would like to address, in conjunction with a population at-risk for the associated topic. Submit the topic and associated group to your instructor for approval.

Create a 15-20-slide PowerPoint presentation for your topic and focus group. Include speaker notes and citations for each slide, and create a slide at the end for References.

Address the following:

  1. Describe the approved topic and associated population your group has selected. Discuss how this topic adversely affects the population. How does health disparity affect this population?
  2. Explain evidence-based approaches that can optimize health for this population. How do these approaches minimize health disparity among affected populations?
  3. Outline a proposal for health education that can be used in a family-centered health promotion to address the issue for the target population. Ensure your proposal is based on evidence-based practice.
  4. Present a general profile of at least one health-related organization for the selected focus topic. Present two resources, national or local, for the proposed education plan that can be utilized by the provider or the patient.
  5. Identify interdisciplinary health professionals important to include in the health promotion. What is their role? Why is their involvement significant?

Cite at least three peer-reviewed or scholarly sources to complete this assignment. Sources should be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and public health content.

Refer to the resource, "Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations," located in the Student Success Center, for additional guidance on completing this assignment in the appropriate style.

While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

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CKD IN AFRICAN AMERICANS
Presented by
Tara Laycock
Emma Flowers
Sherly Hernandez
Carmen Sanchez
Institutional Affiliation
Course
Date

Did you know that African Americans are at
high risk of developing CKD
 African Americans are at high risk of experiencing chronic
kidney disease compared to other ethnic groups.
 It has been hypothesized that racial differences combined with

other factors account for so much of the risk of CKD.
 For African Americans, they are at high risk of developing CKD.
 They report a high number of cases for high blood pressure and

diabetes which are the leading causes of CKD (Lea et al., 2008).

Social determinants as non-biologic contributors to
CKD among African Americans

Prevalence of CKD among African Americans
 According to the National Kidney Foundation (2019) African
Americans are three times higher likely to suffer from CKD than
Caucasians.
 In a report by National Kidney Foundation (2019) African
Americans constitute over 35% of all patients in the United States

that are receiving dialysis because of kidney failure even though
it represents 13.2% of the overall U.S population.

Prevalence of high blood pressure and role of
health professionals
 According to Lea et al., (2008) one in every three African
Americans has high blood pressure.
 For many people, they continue living with CKD or high blood
pressure without even them knowing they have a real health
problem.
 To African Americans who know that they have high blood
pressure or diabetes, they may not know that they have CKD.
 To many African Americans, they are shocked when they are
diagnosed with kidney failure before they can start the dialysis.
 Even though it takes time for kidney disease to progress to
kidney failure, it appears as if the disease progression stage just
happened suddenly for African Americans.

Risk factors for diabetes among African
Americans
 According to a report by Lea et al., (2008) diabetes is the leading
cause of CKD...

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