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Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing Field Experience C230
KNP Task 1
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Theresa Curry
2/17/19

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Social Media Campaign
B. Write your community health nursing diagnosis statement.
Risk for infection in school aged children as evidenced by inadequate vaccination and
immunosuppression related to deficient knowledge, language barriers and poverty.
1. Explain how the health concern from your community health nursing diagnostic
statement is linked to a health inequity or health disparity within the target
population.
My Community Health and Population Field Experience took place at James H. Law
Elementary School also known as Law Elementary School in South Houston. This public
school is a dual language Spanish and English school acknowledged as a Title I school
(HISD, 2002) with 804 students with a teacher/staff ratio of 18:1, 79% of students are
from low income families and 20% of the students are learning English (Great Schools,
2018). The racial diversity breaks down to Blacks at 64%, Hispanic at 31% and whites as
less than 1% (Great Schools, 2018). Title I is defined as: “Title I, Part A is a formula
grant program that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs)
and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income
families. Formula grant programs are noncompetitive awards based on a predetermined
formula. Title I is the larges program supporting electuary and secondary education in
the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).” (HISD, 2002). The purpose of Title I, Part A
is: “The Title I, Part A program is intended to help ensure that all children meet
challenging state academics standards, regardless of economic status. Title I is the
government’s attempt to provide all children with the opportunity to receive a fair,
equitable and high-quality education, and to close the achievement gap.” (HISD, 2002).

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Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing Field Experience C230 KNP Task 1 WGU Theresa Curry 2/17/19 Social Media Campaign B. Write your community health nursing diagnosis statement. Risk for infection in school aged children as evidenced by inadequate vaccination and immunosuppression related to deficient knowledge, language barriers and poverty. 1. Explain how the health concern from your community health nursing diagnostic statement is linked to a health inequity or health disparity within the target population. My Community Health and Population Field Experience took place at James H. Law Elementary School also known as Law Elementary School in South Houston. This public school is a dual language Spanish and English school acknowledged as a Title I school (HISD, 2002) with 804 students with a teacher/staff ratio of 18:1, 79% of students are from low income families and 20% of the students are learning English (Great Schools, 2018). The racial diversity breaks down to Blacks at 64%, Hispanic at 31% and whites as less than 1% (Great Schools, 2018). Title I is defined as: “Title I, Part A is a formula grant program that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families. Formula grant programs are noncompetitive awards based on a predetermined formula. Title I is the larges program supporting electuary and secondary education in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ES ...
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