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· NR394-60713

Week 6 Assignment: Course Project Part 3: Topic Poster (Graded)

**Please Note: This Assignment is linked to your Week 7 Discussion.**

Project Overview

1. There are three parts to the project.

2. There will be graded Project Check-ins that correlate to each part.

3. The topic selected in Part 1 will be the same one used in parts 2 and 3.

4. Review the table below for overview and due dates with each topic.

5. Carefully review the instructions, templates, and rubrics for each of the three parts as you begin this Course Project.

6. Contact your instructor with questions.

Overview

Points

Due Date

Part 1 completed in Week 3

Part 2 completed in Week 4

Part 3: Check-In

50

Wednesday of Week 6

Part 3: Topic Poster

200

Sunday end of Week 6

Discussion of Topics 

100

Two posts (answer post and reply post) on two different days by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 7

Directions

1. You will complete a poster reflecting the concepts of transcultural nursing related to the assessment, reflect on learning, and describe how you will utilize that learning in future nursing practice.

2. You will be teaching classmates about your chosen topic on cultural awareness and competence in Week 7 Discussion.

3. Download the required 
Week 6: Course Project Part 3 Poster Template below.

4. Save it to your computer with the file name: 

Your Last Name NR394 Course Project Part 3.pptx

5. View the 
Course Project Part 3 tutorial


(Click here to view)Links to an external site.

6.
Remember to use short bullet points (mini headlines, short description, no sentences, keep it simple but focused) in all boxes.

7. Poster contents include:

a.
Cultural Community

i. This section should briefly in clear/concise bullet points include the approved specific culture/ethnic population, rationale for selection, cultural/ethic need within your area, clinical practice, or community, and describe the approved health issue from your chosen cultural population.

b.
Health Issue

i. This section should describe briefly in clear/concise bullet points how the health issue is based on the Leading Health Indicator (LHI) priorities from Healthy People. Describe the reason why the health issue was selected and why it is important to focus on this health issue.

c.
Clinical Impact

i. This section should include clear/concise bullet points on how this content can be related to clinical practice in general. Also, make sure to include how it impacts your area, clinical practice, or community.

d.
Best Practice Tips

i. This section should include clear/concise bullet points on key knowledge from the scholarly resources and educational information related to best practices, including potential ethical issues or conflicts with care. Please make sure to not stereotype a cultural/ethnic group.

e.
References

i. Provide APA references from two peer-reviewed scholarly professional nursing journal articles related to your nursing issue, cultural focus and/or health indicator. Articles must be published within the last five (5) years.

8.
Please note, you are to remove all wording from the directions and replace with your own content. Use short bullet points in all boxes. Boxes will expand as you type.

9. Use instructor feedback from all previous portions of the project.

10.
Please reach out to your instructor with any questions or concerns.

Template



Week 6: Course Project Part 3 Poster Template

 
(Download here)Links to an external site.

Best Practices

· Please use your browser’s File setting to save or print this page

· Spell check for spelling and grammar errors prior to final submission.

· Use the rubric as a final check prior to submission to ensure all content is clearly addressed.

Scholarly Source and Citations

· Scholarly source is required

· Cite all sources in APA format

**Academic Integrity**

Chamberlain College of Nursing values honesty and integrity. All students should be aware of the Academic Integrity policy and follow it in all discussions and assignments.

By submitting this assignment, I pledge on my honor that all content contained is my own original work except as quoted and cited appropriately. I have not received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment.

This section should describe briefly in clear/concise bullet points 

how the health issue is based on the Leading Health Indicator (LHI) priorities from Healthy People

Describe the reason why the health issue was selected and 

why it is important to focus on this health issue.

This section should include clear/concise bullet points on

key knowledge from the scholarly resources

educational information related to best practices

potential ethical issues or conflicts with care

Please make sure to not stereotype a cultural/ethnic group.

Provide APA references from two peer-reviewed scholarly professional nursing journal articles related to your nursing issue, cultural focus and/or health indicator. Articles must be published within the last five (5) years.

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Health Issue

Best Practice Tips

References

Name

Course

Session

Cultural Community

This section should briefly in clear/concise bullet points include

 approved specific culture/ethnic population

rationale for selection

 cultural/ethic need within your area

clinical practice, or community

describe the approved health issue from your chosen cultural population.

Clinical Impact

 This section should include clear/concise bullet points on 

how this content can be related to clinical practice in general

how it impacts your area, clinical practice, or community.

**Please note: Replace wording with your own content (except headers). Use short bullet points (mini headlines, short description, no sentences, keep it simple but focused) in all boxes. Boxes will expand as you type. Please delete this box prior to submission. 

Insert photo, graphic or chart to increase visual appeal 

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NR 394 Transcultural Nursing

Week 4: Course Project Part 2

Directions: Prior to completing this template, carefully review Week 4: Course Project Part 2 Directions paying attention to how to name the document and all rubric requirements.

1.
Description of Issue, Indicator, and Focus

My study will analyze the correlation between Hispanic adult diet/lifestyle and the incidence of cardiovascular disease and cancer. In the context of a community, cardiovascular disease and cancer pose a significant threat to individual well-being. Hispanics make up more than 20 percent of the population, yet they suffer a higher death toll than any other group due to heart disease and cancer. Modifying one’s diet and lifestyle may help reduce the risk of developing cancer and cardiovascular disease, two of Health People 2030’s top concerns. Second only to heart disease, cancer is America’s most deadly disease (Hu et al., 2021). The goal of Healthy People 2030 is to increase access to evidence-based cancer screening and prevention programs, as well as to enhance cancer treatment and patient survival (Khan et al., 2022). Cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment are also key components of the Healthy People 2030 agenda. Disablement, premature death, and a reduced quality of life are all possible outcomes of heart disease. Treatment of risk factors, such as hypertension and hyperlipidemia, may typically avoid both illnesses, despite their prevalence (Miller et al., 2021).

2.
References with Permalink

Hu, Q., Chang, C.-P., Rowe, K., Snyder, J., Deshmukh, V., Newman, M., Fraser, A., Smith, K., Gren, L. H., Porucznik, C., Stanford, J. B., Gaffney, D., Henry, N. L., Lopez, I., & Hashibe, M. (2021). Disparities in cardiovascular disease risk among Hispanic breast cancer survivors in a population-based cohort.
JNCI Cancer Spectrum,
5(2).
https://doi.org/10.1093/jncics/pkab016

Khan, S. U., Lone, A. N., Yedlapati, S. H., Dani, S. S., Khan, M. Z., Watson, K. E., … & Michos, E. D. (2022). Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Among Hispanic Versus Non‐Hispanic White Adults in the United States, 1999 to 2018. 
Journal of the American Heart Association
11(7), e022857.
https://doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.121.022857

Miller, K. D., Ortiz, A. P., Pinheiro, P. S., Bandi, P., Minihan, A., Fuchs, H. E., … & Siegel, R. L. (2021). Cancer statistics for the US Hispanic/Latino population, 2021. 
CA: a cancer journal for clinicians
71(6), 466-487.
https://doi.org/10.3322/caac.21695

3.
Summary

There is a wide variety of patients seen by doctors in Miami, although Hispanics make up the vast majority. There hasn’t been a well-thought-out strategy for setting up research institutes that will examine the impact of health concerns from several different perspectives because of the community’s tropical location. The mortality rate in the nation is expected to rise due to healthcare related concerns. Most data will not be successfully utilized in assessing health services in our social structure, which has implications for clinical procedures. Changing one’s eating habits to conform to those of a new culture is known as “dietary acculturation,” and it is a common effect to Hispanic locals (Hu et al., 2021). Evidence suggests that the normal Hispanic adult diet is rich in salt, which raises blood pressure and the risk of cardiovascular disease (Miller et al., 2021). Studies show that acculturation has a detrimental effect on health by causing people to switch to eating more unhealthy foods, such those seen in American fast-food restaurants (Khan et al., 2022). Reducing the incidence of cardiovascular disease and cancer via dietary changes among the Hispanic population in my area will have a major effect on the health of the community as a whole. Especially among adults, it is crucial to interrupt such unhealthy patterns.

4.
Educational Plan

In order to make a difference in the lives of the people who will be served, it will be necessary to educate and work together with them. This kind of preventative care does not include any potential conflicts of interest or ethical dilemmas. Our physicians will benefit from learning about the link between the typical Hispanic diet and cardiovascular and cancer diseases so that they may better include care regimens that address these major health concerns. Education will be offered via alternating shift rounds inside the unit, with physicians signing off as proof of attendance. In the future, this cultural-centric training will be included into the nursing yearly competence standards through joint efforts with the IT department. By educating nurses on this topic, there will be an increase in the population’s interest in encouraging younger generations to adopt healthier eating habits and so reduce the likelihood of diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disease developing in later life. Hispanics require more cultural competency and health literacy to use health services, which will help reduce the prevalence of chronic illnesses, encourage healthy lifestyles, avoid obesity, make workplaces safer, and screen for disease (Miller et al., 2021).

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