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Submission Length: 2–3 pages in a paper, and one customized health communication.

Professional Skills: Written Communication, Engaging Multiple Social and Cultural Perspectives, and Inquiry and Analysis are assessed in this Competency.

Your response to this Assessment should:

Instructions

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Advocating for Positive Social Change

You are a public health educator who works primarily in policy development and advocacy. You and your team have identified a policy that could benefit from changes and are ready to gather support for the initiative using some grassroots methods. Locate at least one potential partner/stakeholder in the initiative, and develop a communication for that group that explains the issues with the policy and recommended changes.

Click each of the items below to complete this assessment.

Part 1: Paper

Write a 2- to 3-page paper that addresses the following:

  • Identify the policy you have chosen.
  • Briefly summarize the changes you will advocate for.
  • Identify the partner/stakeholder you have chosen to solicit.
  • Explain why you chose this partner/stakeholder.
  • Describe the type of communication you will design.
  • Explain why this type of communication is most appropriate for this partner/stakeholder.
  • Explain how you will customize your communication to the specific partner/stakeholder.
  • Explain how your proposed changes support positive social change.

Part 2: Communicating with Partners/Stakeholders

  • Create a visual representation of the communication you planned for the chosen group and policy.
  • Be creative in how you create this communication. Examples of communications include (but are not limited to):
    • Posters
    • Brochures/handouts
    • Infographics
    • Bulletin boards/Billboards
    • Educational handouts
    • Public service announcements (PSAs)
    • Short videos
  • In your communication, include the following elements:
    • A summary of the policy and the recommended changes
    • Justification for the changes
    • A “call to action” for the group

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