Draft Template (you need to fill this section out, complete the bolded sentences): 7) References (at minimum include for your evidence-based activity, include any other outside information you used to complete this paper section) 8) For your peer review indicate the area you think is the a) strongest and b) the area you need the most assistance with. (I will extend the deadline after receiving the draft) Requirements: 3-5 pages 1) Use theory to guide 1 activity (choose from the health behavior change theories discussed in Ch 7), select a theory that relates to the desired change mentioned in your selected objectives (your desired change should relate to theory constructs).
For example, if you want to increase self-efficacy choose social cognitive theory (since self-efficacy is a construct of social cognitive theory).
Indicate desired change, health behavior change theory, and targeted theoretical constructs (write in bullet form). For example, if you want to increase self-efficacy choose social cognitive theory (since self-efficacy is a construct of social cognitive theory). Indicate desired change, health behavior change theory, and targeted theoretical constructs (write in bullet form). 3) Describe how the program activity addresses relevant theoretical constructs.
Define relevant theoretical constructs and mention how the activity will change these constructs (write in paragraph form). Define relevant theoretical constructs and mention how the activity will change these constructs (write in paragraph form). 4) Use the evidence base to guide 1 activity.
Refer back to your proposed program/solution described in your Rationale (go to the citation that described the proposed solution and/or talked about the effectiveness of the intervention).
If that citation was an original program/intervention use it to guide your second activity based on what has been effective related to your health problem (discuss adaptations for your priority population if it is different than group the program was initially developed for).
If the article does not describe something that was effective, find a new article that describes an original program/intervention related to your health problem (feel free to send to me and I will evaluate if your article is appropriate for your program narrative).
Ways to find evidence-based programs include: check out websites provided on slide 20 of the Week 5 PowerPoint and/or conduct a literature search. Refer back to your proposed program/solution described in your Rationale (go to the citation that described the proposed solution and/or talked about the effectiveness of the intervention).
If that citation was an original program/intervention use it to guide your second activity based on what has been effective related to your health problem (discuss adaptations for your priority population if it is different than group the program was initially developed for).
If the article does not describe something that was effective, find a new article that describes an original program/intervention related to your health problem (feel free to send to me and I will evaluate if your article is appropriate for your program narrative).
Ways to find evidence-based programs include: check out websites provided on slide 20 of the Week 5 PowerPoint and/or conduct a literature search. If that citation was an original program/intervention use it to guide your second activity based on what has been effective related to your health problem (discuss adaptations for your priority population if it is different than group the program was initially developed for). If the article does not describe something that was effective, find a new article that describes an original program/intervention related to your health problem (feel free to send to me and I will evaluate if your article is appropriate for your program narrative).
Ways to find evidence-based programs include: check out websites provided on slide 20 of the Week 5 PowerPoint and/or conduct a literature search. Ways to find evidence-based programs include: check out websites provided on slide 20 of the Week 5 PowerPoint and/or conduct a literature search. 6) Describe activity details including who will participate in or be reached by the activity and how the activity will be carried out.
If it is a campaign, then explain what channels will you use to reach your priority population, how many campaign messages there, what is the content of each message, frequency of messaging (every day, week, month, X number of weeks), and overall length of the campaign
If it is an educational workshop or training, then explain how you will recruit participants from the priority population, the overall program length as well as number of and length of sessions, where the sessions will take place, who will facilitate the sessions, and session content
Indicate program details (write in paragraph form). If it is a campaign, then explain what channels will you use to reach your priority population, how many campaign messages there, what is the content of each message, frequency of messaging (every day, week, month, X number of weeks), and overall length of the campaign If it is an educational workshop or training, then explain how you will recruit participants from the priority population, the overall program length as well as number of and length of sessions, where the sessions will take place, who will facilitate the sessions, and session content Indicate program details (write in paragraph form). 2) Describe activity details including who will participate in or be reached by the activity and how the activity will be carried out. 5) Provide a summary of the evidence-based activity based on the journal article (write in paragraph form).
Include an in-text citation for the article.
Describe how you know it will be successful.
Indicate whether you are adopting or adapting the program for your priority population.
If you are adapting, what modifications will you make for your priority population? Include an in-text citation for the article. Describe how you know it will be successful. Indicate whether you are adopting or adapting the program for your priority population.
If you are adapting, what modifications will you make for your priority population? If you are adapting, what modifications will you make for your priority population?

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