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Questions like these in addition to others related to necessary resources, such as office supplies, office space, compensation for participants, etc.…help health educators in the design and development of their health education program. Additionally, taking the steps to plan out their program, budgetary and personnel requirements also represent important criteria when seeking grant funding through proposal development. These considerations are important in determining how successful your health education program may be.For this Assignment, review the Point Mar Case Study and download the Budget Worksheetand the Personnel Worksheet provided in this week’s Learning Resources. Consider the budgetary and personnel needs for the administration and implementation of your health education program to address the health issue that you selected in Week 2 for the Final Project.Note: In grading this Assignment, your Instructor uses the Final Project Components Rubric, located in the Course Information area. Review the Rubric prior to completing your Assignment.The Assignment: (2–4 pages)Complete the budget worksheet for your health education program.Complete the personnel worksheet for your health education program. Be sure to include brief job descriptions and qualifications needed for the personnel identified. Be specific and provide examples.Note: Be sure to include the salary associated with these job roles and they match the salaries identified in the budget worksheet.
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BUDGET WORKSHEET
Budget for “A Healthier You” Program:
Start-Up Costs
Subtotal
Total
Capital Costs
Purchase of Land
Facility Construction
N/A
N/A
Facility Renovation
N/A
Equipment (capital):
1. tent rental (Capacity 150)
2. 8 Body Mass Index Machines
3. Food Preparation equipment
4. Sports equipment
5. 5 Blood Glucose Monitors
acres @ $
/acre
925 sq. ft. @ $2.55
/sq. ft.
sq. ft. @ $ /sq. ft.
a. Lancet, Alcohol Swabs, and Testing
strips
Total Equipment
Other Start-Up Costs
Facility Design N/A
Furnishings:
1. chair rental (100)
2. Table rental, 8′ x 30″ (10)
3. Laptops (3)
Total Furnishings
Needs Assessment
Materials Development
Staff Training
Other: N/A
Total Other
$
$2360.00
$
$625.00 each
$60.00 each
$1100.00
$2000.00
$625.00
$480.00
$1100.00
$2000.00
$1200.00 total
$1200.00
$5405.00
$
$1.00 each
$8.00 each
$700.00 each
$100.00
$ 80.00
$2100.00
$ 2280.00
$250.00
$ 500.00
$ 300.00
$1050.00
Operating Costs
Subtotal
Staff Salaries and Wages:
1. 3 Community Workers
2. 2 LPN Part-time
3. Public Care Physician
4. Nutritionist/Dietitian
5. Volunteers
Total Staff Salaries and Wages
Office Supplies
Other Supplies
$2400.00 x 3 months
$17.00/hr x 80hr x 3
months
$5000.00 x 3 months
$3750.00 x 3 months
N/A
Total
$21600.00
$8160.00
$15000.00
$11250.00
N/A
$56010.00
$ 200.00
1. Masks
2. Disposable Gloves (1000 ct)
3. Biohazard Container
Total Other Supplies
Communications (telephone, e-mail, website,
etc.)
Printing/Copying
Advertising/Promotion
Program Materials/Resources
1. Pamphlets
2. Pens
Total Program Materials/Resources
Total Other
$ 8.25 x 50 boxes
$75.00 x 6 boxes
$35.50 x 5 containers
$ 200.00
$ 100.00
$
$ 1.35 each x 500
$0.60 X 500
Subtotal $
TOTAL COST
(Start-Up + Operating)
INCOME:
Income Sources:
1. Grant
TOTAL INCOME
$412.50
$450.00
$178.00
$1240.50
$100,000.00
$675.00
$300.00
$ 975.00
$ 0.00
Total
$69,620.50
$
$100,000.00
$100,000.00
Personnel
Job Role
Community
Health
Professional
?
?
Licensed Practical
Nurse
?
Physician
?
?
?
?
?
?
Job Description
Assist public health
professionals in community
contacts, referrals or
program development.
Provide health advising,
provide information and
referrals, carry out
orientation and intakes, and
advocate for clients and
communities.
Qualifications
on-the-job training
in specific program
areas but generally
lack postsecondary
education or
credentials.
Minimum
qualifications may
require associate
degree with 18
credits in health
science/education
or associate degree
with 1 year of
experience in
health or human
service agency
Salary
$28,000.00
Perform a variety of basic
nursing care including
administering
immunizations,
vaccinations, screening,
basic skin and blood tests
and blood pressure
monitoring.
Gather data to analyze and
assess public health
problems.
Conduct research related
to those problems including
their possible causes and
links to other issues in the
community.
Develop strategies that can
help lead to the
implementation of
programs that will prevent
disease or promote good
overall health in the
community.
Identify persons or groups
at risk of illness or
disability.
Develop, implement and
evaluate programs or
interventions designed to
Must have a high
school diploma or
the equivalent and
complete a oneyear accredited
training program.
$17.00/hour
Must have a
medical degree,
completed a year
as a hospital intern
with a minimum of
two years of clinical
experience. After
medical training, to
become a public
health physician,
specialist training
for four years in the
public health
medicine training
program is required,
which includes work
experience and
completing a
Master’s in Public
Health.
$65,000.00
?
Nutritionist
?
?
?
Volunteers
?
?
?
?
?
?
prevent, treat or alleviate
such risks.
Assess and discuss current
eating habits to determine
nutritional needs.
To inform, educate and
empower people about the
importance of specific
foods and nutrients.
Supervise the activities of a
program providing nutrition
or food services, counsel
individuals, or conduct
nutritional research.
Develop meal plans to
promote help and well
being.
Strive to be well-prepared
and committed to the
program.
Respect the rights of
people you work with.
Are self-reliant, adaptable
and resilient.
Carry out the specified job
description.
Are patient and cooperative
Have a passion for sharing
your knowledge and skills.
Minimum
$45,000.00
requirement is a
bachelor’s degree in
food and nutrition.
Have to be
registered as a
dietician through
the American
Dietetic
Association.
Completed an
ACEND-accredited
supervised practice
program at a
health-care facility,
community agency,
or a foodservice
corporation or
combined
with. Completed
continuing
professional
educational
requirements to
maintain
registration.
Must be at least 18
N/A
years of age. Have
at least a year of
relevant working
experience. Must
be a people person
and a team player.
Be respectful,
trustworthy, a good
listener, empathy,
and mature.
Budget Worksheet
Directions: Complete the budget worksheet with an accounting of the types of costs
associated with the implementation of your health education program. For example, if
you are doing field work, will you require the purchase of a laptop, or of external data
drives to store your data collection? Use realistic monetary totals for each respective
criterion that you will need in the implementation of your health education program.
Note: Not all line items will be relevant to every health education program and you are
to complete this worksheet with a maximum budget of $100,000.00 dollars as a cap for
your health education program.
Health Education Program:
Start-Up Costs
Subtotal
Total
Capital Costs
Purchase of Land
acres @ $
/acre
sq. ft. @ $ /sq. ft.
sq. ft. @ $ /sq. ft.
Facility Construction
Facility Renovation
Equipment (capital):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Equipment
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Total Furnishings
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$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Other Start-Up Costs
Facility Design
Furnishings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Needs Assessment
Marketing Analysis
Legal Assistance
Licenses/Permits
Materials Development
Staff Training
Other:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
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Total Other
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Operating Costs
Subtotal
Staff Salaries and Wages:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Staff Salaries and Wages
Fringe Benefits
Consultants/External Contractors:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Consultants/External Contractors
Facilities:
Facilities Leasing
Utilities
Facilities Maintenance
Total Facilities
Non-Capital Equipment — Purchased:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Non-Capital Equipment — Purchased
Non-Capital Equipment — Rental:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Non-Capital Equipment — Rental
Equipment Maintenance
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Subtotal
Office Supplies
Other Supplies
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Other Supplies
Communications (telephone, e-mail, website,
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$
$
% x Salaries & Wages
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
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etc.)
Printing/Copying
Advertising/Promotion
Program Materials/Resources
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Program Materials/Resources
Transportation
Travel
Staff Training/Development
Other:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Total Other
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Subtotal $
TOTAL COST
Total $
(Start-Up + Operating)
INCOME:
Income Sources:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
TOTAL INCOME
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$
$
$
$
$
$
$
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Personnel Worksheet
Directions: List the personnel required for the implementation of your health education
program. Create a brief job description for each respective job role and identify the
qualifications needed to fill this job role. Note that volunteers, when necessary, should
also be included.
Note: Be sure to include the salary associated with these job roles and then match the
salaries identified in the budget worksheet. Not all respective rows for each job role will
need to be completed. Only identify the personnel needed for your specific health
education program.
Job Role
Job Description
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Qualifications
Salary
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Running head: HEALTH EDUCATION
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Tamillia Cherry
HLTH 6110
Walden University
App 2
HEALTH EDUCATION
2
Health education
Increasing levels of childhood obesity associated with adult onset type II diabetes is one
of the potential health issues in the Point Mar community. Obesity is defined as excess of fat.
Obesity thus occurs when amount of food intake is more that its use. Some of the main cause of
obesity in children are; excess food consumption, low physical activity, genetics, metabolic rate,
intake of foods with high calorific value and low nutritional value, and community design and
policies (Bhadoria et al., 2015).
The consequences of child obesity are both physiological and medical. Some of the
physiological consequences include; low self-esteem, emotional problems, eating disorders, poor
academic performance, and body dissatisfaction. Medical conditions include asthma and type II
diabetes (Pulgaron & Delamater, 2014). The prevalence rate of Type II diabetes in obese children is
1%. Research shows that the prevalence rate is on an upward trend. The consequences of type II
diabetes include; hypertension, glucose imbalance, nerve damage, heart disease and strokes,
kidney disease, and foot problems (Reinehr, 2013).
The issue of child obesity is thus important to the health education profession as it is
preventable through primary prevention although it has disastrous consequences as seen above.
Primary preventive care can be used to deal with risk factors of obesity such as; excess food
consumption, low physical activity, intake of foods with high calorific value and low nutritional
value, and community design and policies. For the Point Mar community, the obesity health
education and prevention program will deal with the above risk factors.
Children’s food intake and care is mainly influenced by their parents, school and
community. The program will thus focus on creating awareness on the above groups and also
HEALTH EDUCATION
3
installing good health practices among the children. The first phase of the education program
will target parents. The education program will aim at showing parents the negative
consequences of obesity and showing them ways in which they can change their home menus
and influence the intake of food by their children. The parents will also be shown ways in which
they can encourage their children to carry out outdoor or in door physical activities. Parents will
also be encouraged to allow their children to walk or cycle to school other than just taking the
bus.
The second phase of the program will be targeted at schools and the point Mar
community. The program will aim at encouraging schools to create programs that encourage
children to carry out physical activities and also to create a school feeding program that is mostly
composed of healthy foods. Teachers will also be shown ways within which they can encourage
and assist children with obesity to take up physical activities while at the same time deal with the
psychological effects. School will be imparted with the knowledge that they can increase
performance by reducing cases of obesity. The local community will also be included in the
health educational program to reduce cases of obesity. The community will be encouraged to
carry out physical activities such as cycling or running thereby encouraging the children to take
up the same.
The third phase of the program will target the children. Children will be educated about
healthy foods and non-healthy foods, and encouraged to consume healthy foods. They children
also be shown fun games that involve physical activities. Children will also be taught on how
they can positively encourage their fellow obese classmates to carry out physical activities and
eat healthy. The program is expected to be continuous so as to ensure obesity is reduced in the
Point Mar Community.
HEALTH EDUCATION
4
References
Cottrell, R. R., Girvan, J. T., Seabert, D., Spear, C., & McKenzie, J. F. (2018). Principles and
foundations of health promotion and education (7th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Benjamin
Cummings.
Bhadoria, A., Sahoo, K., Sahoo, B., Choudhury, A., Sufi, N., & Kumar, R. (2015). Childhood obesity:
Causes and consequences. Journal Of Family Medicine And Primary Care, 4(2), 187.
http://dx.doi.org/10.4103/2249-4863.154628
Pulgaron, E., & Delamater, A. (2014). Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes in Children: Epidemiology and
Treatment. Current Diabetes Reports, 14(8). http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11892-014-0508-y
Reinehr, T. (2013). Type 2 diabetes mellitus in children and adolescents. World Journal Of Diabetes,
4(6), 270. http://dx.doi.org/10.4239/wjd.v4.i6.270

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