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Community Nursing Planning For Community Change

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Community Nursing: Planning for Community Change
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Community Nursing: Planning for Community Change
Health improvement or promotion is enabling people to increase control over their health.
Health improvement can be an outcome of policy formulation, community action promotion, or
the development of environments that support health. Various models can be used to identify
health issues that need to be addressed, plan and implement appropriate health promotion
interventions (Shah et al., 2019). One of such models is Community Health Improvement
Process Model (CHIP). The model can be used for both the planning and evaluation of
community-based interventions. The CHIP model is composed of two cycles. The first is the
problem identification and prioritization cycle, and the second is the analysis and implementation
cycle (Schifferdecker et al. 2016). Each of these cycles is composed of several phases.
The first cycle has three phases: community coalition formation, community assessment,
and identification of critical issues. Forming a community coalition ensures the community's
involvement in assessing and establishing interventional measures satisfactory in their setting.
The assessment phase entails examining factors that influence the community's wellbeing. These
factors include sociodemographics, health-seeking behaviors, health resources, and sociocultural
practices (Schifferdecker et al., 2016). Once the most critical health issues have been identified,
they are prioritized while considering community motivation and resources to address the
problems.
The second cycle comprises 7 phases; problem analysis, inventory resources, developing
strategy, identification of accountability, development of indicator set, implementation of
strategies, and monitoring the process and outcomes. In the problem analysis phase, more
information and knowledge surrounding the identified problem is gathered. An inventory of
resources is developed, including local community assets, human resources, and protective

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1 Community Nursing: Planning for Community Change Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Course Instructor Date 2 Community Nursing: Planning for Community Change Health improvement or promotion is enabling people to increase control over their health. Health improvement can be an outcome of policy formulation, community action promotion, or the development of environments that support health. Various models can be used to identify health issues that need to be addressed, plan and implement appropriate health promotion interventions (Shah et al., 2019). One of such models is Community Health Improvement Process Model (CHIP). The model can be used for both the planning and evaluation of community-based interventions. The CHIP model is composed of two cycles. The first is the problem identification and prioritization cycle, and the second is the analysis and implementation cycle (Schifferdecker et al. 2016). Each of these cycles is composed of several phases. The first cycle has three phases: community coalition formation, community assessment, and identification of critical issues. Forming a community coalition ensures the community's involvement in assessing and establishi ...
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