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IMPLEMENTATION AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 2
Implementation and Communication Strategies
Cervical and breast cancer are considered high burdens of global health issues. As of
2015, there were more than 200,000 and 500,000 new cases globally. Most of the global burden is
experienced in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and various less developed countries. In the US, 85% of
the burden is felt in low resource settings with the largest age-standardized incidences and
increased mortality rates. However, various strategic approaches to cervical and breast cancer have
been outlined to minimize the cases and the local level's mortality rates. The paper will focus on
the communication strategies that can be incorporated to enhance the strategic approaches'
implementation.
The strategic approaches suggested include cervical cancer screening (pap test), pelvic
examination, clinical breast examination, and screening at the local level to reduce cervical and
breast cancer's adverse effects. The implementation strategies should focus on integrating the four
services into the local healthcare providers and clinics (Ibekwe et al. 2020). The first step in
implementation will reveal the healthcare providers and healthcare plan accessibility. These four
services should be incorporated into healthcare providers that reach the maximum number of
people at the local level. Centrality is critical in selecting various healthcare care providers and
clinics to incorporate the four services.
The next step is to reveal the budget and access the funds allocated as per the budget.
Consequently, pap-test kits, breast examining machines, screening machines, and pelvic
examination machines should be purchased and delivered to the selected sites. These machines
will access cervical cancer testing services, breast examination services, cervical and breast
screening services, and pelvic examination services (Ibekwe et al. 2020). Once delivered, the local
level staff will offer their expertise and incorporate the machines into the local clinics and

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Running Head: IMPLEMENTATION AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES Implementation and Communication Strategies Student's Name Institution Affiliation Date 1 IMPLEMENTATION AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 2 Implementation and Communication Strategies Cervical and breast cancer are considered high burdens of global health issues. As of 2015, there were more than 200,000 and 500,000 new cases globally. Most of the global burden is experienced in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and various less developed countries. In the US, 85% of the burden is felt in low resource settings with the largest age-standardized incidences and increased mortality rates. However, various strategic approaches to cervical and breast cancer have been outlined to minimize the cases and the local level's mortality rates. The paper will focus on the communication strategies that can be incorporated to enhance the strategic approaches' implementation. The strategic approaches suggested include cervical cancer screening (pap test), pelvic examination, clinical breast examination, and screening at the local level to reduce cervical and breast cancer's adverse effects. The implementation strategies should focus on integrating the four services into the local healthcare providers and clinics (Ibekwe et al. 2020). The first step in implementation will reveal the healthcare providers and healthcare plan accessibility. These four services should be incorporated into healthcare providers that reach the maximum number of people ...
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