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Application Assignment 2: Part 2 - Developing an Advocacy Campaign

To prepare:

  • Review Chapter 3 of Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A nurse?s guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers
  • In the first assignment, you reflected on whether the policy you would like to promote could best be achieved through the development of new legislation, or a change in an existing law or regulation. Refine as necessary using any feedback from your first paper.
  • Contemplate how existing laws or regulations may affect how you proceed in advocating for your proposed policy.
  • Consider how you could influence legislators or other policymakers to enact the policy you propose.
  • Think about the obstacles of the legislative process that may prevent your proposed policy from being implemented as intended.To complete: APA STYLE WITH 3-5 REFERNCES Part Two will have approximately 3?4 pages of content plus a title page and references. Part Two will address the following:
  • Explain whether your proposed policy could be enacted through a modification of existing law or regulation or the creation of new legislation/regulation.
  • Explain how existing laws or regulations could affect your advocacy efforts. Be sure to cite and reference the laws and regulations using primary sources.
  • Provide an analysis of the methods you could use to influence legislators or other policymakers to support your policy. In particular, explain how you would use the ?three legs? of lobbying in your advocacy efforts.
Summarize obstacles that could arise in the legislative process and how to overcome these hurdles.



Running head: HEALTH ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN Application Assignment 2: Part 2 ­ Developing an Advocacy Campaign 1 The following application, Part 2, will be due in Week 7.

 

To prepare: Review Chapter 3 of Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A

 

nurse?s guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and

 

Bartlett Publishers In the first assignment, you reflected on whether the policy you would

 

like to promote could best be achieved through the development of new

 

legislation, or a change in an existing law or regulation. Refine as necessary

 

using any feedback from your first paper. Contemplate how existing laws or regulations may affect how you

 

proceed in advocating for your proposed policy. Consider how you could influence legislators or other policymakers to

 

enact the policy you propose. Think about the obstacles of the legislative process that may prevent

 

your proposed policy from being implemented as intended.

 

To complete: APA STYLE WITH 3-5 REFERNCES

 

Part Two will have approximately 3?4 pages of content plus a title

 

page and references. Part Two will address the following: Explain whether your proposed policy could be enacted

 

through a modification of existing law or regulation or the creation

 

of new legislation/regulation. Explain how existing laws or regulations could affect your

 

advocacy efforts. Be sure to cite and reference the laws and

 

regulations using primary sources. Provide an analysis of the methods you could use to influence

 

legislators or other policymakers to support your policy. In

 

particular, explain how you would use the ?three legs? of lobbying

 

in your advocacy efforts.

 

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Summarize obstacles that could arise in the legislative

 

process and how to overcome these hurdles. Introductory statement then your purpose statement ? ?the purpose of this paper is to ? Purpose statement ? Your purpose will be more broad purpose statement. Legal Considerations Enactment of Policy through Modification of Existing Policy OR Creation of New

 

Legislation How Existing Laws or Regulations could Impact My Advocacy Analysis of Methods used to Influence Legislators or Other Policy Makers to

 

Support the Policy Including the ?Three Legs? of Lobbying Summary of Anticipated Obstacles and to Overcome HEALTH ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN 2 Summarize main points This was Part 1 Paper ****** Just for reference

 

What instructor said about paper below for Part 1: The paper is missing cohesion and evidence to support your proposals. Many APA errors and missing

 

information. A narrative discussion would have been a better approach with details and discussion

 

first on the health issue and population. missing a purpose statement A more descriptive background

 

is needed with reference citations--statistics, etc who is your population?

 

all of your statements are general and need to be supported with a solid reference

 

references needed to support your statements about HIV/AIDS

 

needed additional information on journal etc

 

you needed to include some governmental agencies, etc specific to AIDS etc

 

HIV/AIDS is one of the public health concerns undermining a wide range of populations. Lives of patients

 

recovering from a hospital stay, persons with disabilities together with those who are chronically or

 

acutely ill at homes often deteriorate because of they, their families and relatives lack necessary skills

 

and knowledge of care. As such, there is a need to develop and initiate an advocacy campaign for patient

 

health education with specific aims of modifying behavioral norms and curbing the spread HIV/AIDS.

 

Article #1:Sunguya, B. F., Munisamy, M., Pongpanich, S., Junko, Y., & Jimba, M. (2016). Ability of HIV

 

Advocacy to Modify Behavioral Norms and Treatment Impact: A Systematic Review. American Journal Of

 

Public Health.

 

Summary: The main objectives the campaign were to launch HIV/AIDs advocacy programs and

 

determine their effectiveness in modifying behavioral norms and control impacts. The campaign targeted

 

all populations vulnerable to HIV/AIDs infections. The visions of the campaign were to create awareness

 

about the scourge, discourage myths and misconceptions regarding the disease and reduce behavioral

 

norms that are likely to propagate the scourge. For effectiveness of the program, the campaign team

 

assessed the changes in beliefs, values, awareness, attitudes and risky sexual behaviors. Changes in

 

health seeking behaviors, HIV-related stigmas, and information behaviors also marked significant

 

reference points. Based on these analyses, the advocates concluded that program was a success. People

 

responded positively as the team expected alluding to the effectiveness of the whole health advocacy

 

campaign.

 

Article #2: Aquino, C., DAgnes, L., Castro, J., Borromeo, M., & Schmidt, K. Policy and advocacy efforts for

 

HIV and AIDS prevention. The AIDS Surveillance and Education Project experience in the Philippines.

 

Summary: The Advocacy Campaign was masterminded by the United States? Agency for International

 

Development in 1992 to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Philippines. The Agency came up with

 

HIV/AIDS Surveillance and Education Project to provide edifying services that would then see an

 

improvement in the condition. The whole project was approximated to cost nearly US$19 million.

 

However, in the end, the prevalence of HIV/AIDS infections remained low although the high-risk

 

behaviors were still observed. The USAID?s major realization was that even Local Non-Government

 

Organizations could mastermind effective health education programs especially for the hard-to-reach

 

sections of societies. The cooperation of the Philippine government also indicated the significance of the

 

administrations, particularly, in supporting advocacy campaigns for HIV/AID prevention programs. HEALTH ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN 3 Analysis of Effectiveness

 

Effectiveness of an advocacy campaign program often depend on the approach taken, populations

 

targeted, goals, the relevance of the issue, environment, and adequacy of the needed resources. Each of

 

these campaigns had specific objectives to achieve. The strategies and activities taken were, thus, based

 

on these goals. An effective project, according to Apfel (2008), meets the desires of the proposers. The

 

USAID?s health advocacy campaign, for instance, managed to reduce the prevalence HIV/AIDS effectively

 

in the Philippines. They selected appropriate audience, did a feasibility study, understood the public

 

concern, gathered necessary resources, and suggested appropriate campaign technique ensure the

 

effectiveness of the project.

 

Plan for a Health Advocacy Campaign

 

Problem Statement and Population

 

For so long, health advocacy campaigns regarding HIV/AIDS have forecast on general populations

 

overlooking the individual components or groups within the populations. The youths get infected day in

 

day out because of irresponsible sexual behaviors, and sufficient education on how to care for

 

themselves. At the same time, people living with the scourge occasionally skip their medications not

 

knowing the possible impacts of this on their lives. Many problems occur around the public care systems

 

due to lack of adequate knowledge on the best of home care nursing strategies, precautions, and guides

 

relating to HIV/AIDS.

 

Policy Objectives

 

There is, thus, an urgent need to advocate for regular public education, with specific

 

consideration to youths, on the how reduce chances being infected. Currently, nearly 36.9 million people

 

live HIV/AIDs (UNICEF, 2016). The youths aging between15 and 24 years account for 50% of this

 

population. Undeniably, it is understandable that much public education or advocacy programs have

 

been done on the same. However, effectiveness has never been realized.

 

As a result, this creates a big gap between public awareness, practices, and expectations. The main goal

 

of this health advocacy campaign is to reduce this gap by ensuring the youths are well aware of the

 

consequences of their actions. The public is educated on how to take care of HIV/AIDS patients at

 

homes. People understand the significance testing and control. In fact, the source of spread HIV/AIDs in

 

society is the positive conception of safety. People often believe they are safe and, thus, do not see the

 

need for testing. Therefore, this conception is also another significant objective of this health advocacy

 

campaign.

 

Assessment of Effectiveness

 

Measuring the effectiveness will be based on the comparison of targets and the actual achievement.

 

Since the main of the project is improve the health conditions in public through the provision of public

 

education on HIV/AIDs, the panel will closely consider the feedbacks from the target populations. Afterservice comments can, therefore, provide and important measure of the strategic effects of the

 

programs. Making a direct comparison of the actual amount of resources expended on the whole

 

program with the return on investment will also provide an important signal on the effectiveness of the

 

campaign (Rosen, 2016). Reduction in the cases of HIV/AIDS spread, improvement in the number of

 

people going for HIV/AIDS, and improvement in the general public. HEALTH ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN 4

 

References Apfel, F. J. (2008). Promoting Health. Advocacy Guide for Health Professionals. International Council of

 

Nurses, Geneva.

 

Aquino, C., DAgnes, L., Castro, J., Borromeo, M., & Schmidt, K. Policy and advocacy efforts for HIV and

 

AIDS prevention. The AIDS Surveillance and Education Project experience in the Philippines.

 

Rosen, D. J. (2016). New and Effective Approaches to Adult Basic Skills Advocacy. Journal Of Research&

 

Practice For Adult Literacy, Secondary & Basic Education, 5(1), 61-63

 

Sunguya, B. F., Munisamy, M., Pongpanich, S., Junko, Y., & Jimba, M. (2016). Ability of HIV Advocacy to

 

Modify Behavioral Norms and Treatment Impact: A Systematic Review. American Journal Of Public

 

Health.

 

UNICEF. (2016). Monitoring the situations of Women and Children. Available at https://data.unicef.org/topic/hivaids/global-regional-trends/ HEALTH ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN 5

 


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