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PHASE FOUR PRECEDE-PROCEED IMPLEMENTATION
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Abstract
This paper looks at the administrative issues that are to be considered in the implementation of
health program in Navajo County. The program looks at how it can curb the injury related deaths
in the area as well prevent premature deaths in the county. In essence, the paper looks at the
administrative issues that are considered in the implementation process. It also looks at the
policy regulations that are used in the achievement of set goals.
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The department of health in Navajo County Arizona has experienced a series of injury
related deaths as well as premature deaths. As a result, there has arisen the need to ensure that
such deaths are minimized as much as possible thus ensuring the safety of people in the area.
Through the utilization of the precede-proceed planning model, the department of health in
Navajo County has been able to arrive to arrive at some positive results in the effort to curb the
tide of injury related deaths that have claimed the lives of many people in the area. The model
used in the management of the phenomena requires an analysis of the administrative and policy
aspects of the phenomena in question (Azdhs.gov, 2015).
When it comes to the implementation of the program to curb injury related deaths in the
country, it is essential to ensure that the administrative and organizational concerns are
accurately addressed in order for the program to achieve the set objectives. In essence, the
department of health must be able to account for matters such as the availability of resources
required for implementation. The department of health should also focus on the development of a
budget and should have clear guidelines as to how to distribute resources in due course of the
implementation of the program. In addition to this, the fourth phase of the Precede-Proceed
model requires the analysis of the structures of organization in the department health. It is
important for the organization to realize some of the organizational constraints in the department
that can impede the execution of the health program. It is important that all the different sectors
in the department of health operate together. Policy formulation formulation for this reason
should also focus on the external organizations resident in the County that can help in the
administration of the medical program in the country (Ctb.ku.edu, 2015).
To address the specificity of this phase, the administrative aspect of the job requires that
there be an analysis of the policies used in the implementation of the public health program. In
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this phase, it is critical to observe the best practices that can actually help in the implementation
program. In Navajo County, the implementation of the program has prompted the need to
integrate ICT into the structures of the health department in the area. In a world that increasingly
operates using social interactive tools, the implementation of these tools in the county can go a
long way in ensuring that the health of people in the area is drastically improve. The lack of
financial resources can be addressed through the utilization of social tools and the internet
(Detmer, 2003).
In addition to this, the department of health in the county should consider the oversight
agency regulation in the state and how other areas in the state have tackled the problem at hand.
The Navajo county contains a unique social aspect that determines the deep seated cultural
inclinations of the people. As a result, the health sector should seek to analyze its social policies
and to ensure that there is strict compliance with the professional ethics. The staff members in
the department cannot just be treated as clients but as being part and parcel of the entire
initiative. Collaboration with other charities and non-governmental organizations should be
encouraged since it can help the health department to spread its tentacles in the effort of reaching
as many people as possible in the country. Premature deaths are a sensitive issue in the
community and the professionals concerned with the issue must be trained to interact ethically
and professionally with those affected in order to guarantee that results will be delivered
(Ctb.ku.edu, 2015).
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References
Azdhs.gov,. (2015). ADHS Office of Children's Health: County Health and Prevention Program.
Retrieved 20 March 2015, from
http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/owch/children/communityhealth.htm
Ctb.ku.edu,. (2015). Chapter 2. Other Models for Promoting Community Health and
Development | Section 2. PRECEDE/PROCEED | Main Section | Community Tool Box.
Retrieved 20 March 2015, from http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-contents/overview/other-
models-promoting-community-health-and-development/preceder-proceder/main
Detmer, D. (2003). Building the national health information infrastructure for personal health,
health care services, public health, and research. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak, 3(1), 1.
doi:10.1186/1472-6947-3-1

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Running head: PHASE FOUR IN PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION PHASE FOUR PRECEDE-PROCEED IMPLEMENTATION Name Course School 1 PHASE FOUR IN PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION 2 Abstract This paper looks at the administrative issues that are to be considered in the implementation of health program in Navajo County. The program looks at how it can curb the injury related deaths in the area as well prevent premature deaths in the county. In essence, the paper looks at the administrative issues that are considered in the implementation process. It also looks at the policy regulations that are used in the achievement of set goals. PHASE FOUR IN PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION 3 The department of health in Navajo County Arizona has experienced a series of injury related deaths as well as premature deaths. As a result, there has arisen the need to ensure that such deaths are minimized as much as possible thus ensuring the safety of people in the area. Through the utilization of the precede-proceed planning model, the department of health in Navajo County has been able to arrive to arrive at some positive results in the effort to curb the tide of injury related deaths that have claimed the lives of many people in the area. The model used in the management of the phenomena requires an analysis of the administrative and policy aspects of the phenomena in question (Azdhs.gov, 2015). When it comes to the implementation of the program to curb injury related deaths in the country, it is essential to ensure that the administrative and organizational concerns are accurately addressed in order for the program to achieve the set objectives. In essence, the department of health must be able to account for matters such as the availability of resources required for implementation. The department of health should also focus on the development of a budget and should have clear guidelines as to how to distribute resources in due course of the implementation of the program. In addition to this, the fourth phase of the Precede-Proceed model requires the analysis of the structures of organization in the department health. It is important for the organization to realize some of the organizational constraints in the department that can impede the execution of the health program. It is important that all the different sectors in the department of health operate together. Policy formulation formulation for this reason should also focus on the external organizations resident in the County that can help in the administration of the medical program in the country (Ctb.ku.edu, 2015). To address the specificity of this phase, the administrative aspect of the job requires that there be an analysis of the policies used in the implementation of the public health program. In PHASE FOUR IN PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION 4 this phase, it is critical to observe the best practices that can actually help in the implementation program. In Navajo County, the implementation of the program has prompted the need to integrate ICT into the structures of the health department in the area. In a world that increasingly operates using social interactive tools, the implementation of these tools in the county can go a long way in ensuring that the health of people in the area is drastically improve. The lack of financial resources can be addressed through the utilization of social tools and the internet (Detmer, 2003). In addition to this, the department of health in the county should consider the oversight agency regulation in the state and how other areas in the state have tackled the problem at hand. The Navajo county contains a unique social aspect that determines the deep seated cultural inclinations of the people. As a result, the health sector should seek to analyze its social policies and to ensure that there is strict compliance with the professional ethics. The staff members in the department cannot just be treated as clients but as being part and parcel of the entire initiative. Collaboration with other charities and non-governmental organizations should be encouraged since it can help the health department to spread its tentacles in the effort of reaching as many people as possible in the country. Premature deaths are a sensitive issue in the community and the professionals concerned with the issue must be trained to interact ethically and professionally with those affected in order to guarantee that results will be delivered (Ctb.ku.edu, 2015). PHASE FOUR IN PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION 5 References Azdhs.gov,. (2015). ADHS Office of Children's Health: County Health and Prevention Program. Retrieved 20 March 2015, from http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/owch/children/communityhealth.htm Ctb.ku.edu,. (2015). Chapter 2. Other Models for Promoting Community Health and Development | Section 2. PRECEDE/PROCEED | Main Section | Community Tool Box. Retrieved 20 March 2015, from http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-contents/overview/othermodels-promoting-community-health-and-development/preceder-proceder/main Detmer, D. (2003). Building the national health information infrastructure for personal health, health care services, public health, and research. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak, 3(1), 1. doi:10.1186/1472-6947-3-1 Name: Description: ...
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