This collection contains six health program plans on a variety of topics including nutrition, alcohol, and posture. The content is intended for use by health educators, and the target audience of the materials varies from teens to older adults. Each program plan has a rationale, mission, theoretical basis, overview, objectives, interventions, logic model, evaluation matrix, and bibliography. This material was developed by Plymouth State University students as a part of their coursework for Program Planning, in spring 2017 with Dr. Barbara McCahan.
Clean Teens p. 1
Andrea Gilbert, Allie Gould, Ashley Marsh, Danielle Oswald
This primary prevention program is designed to develop participant value and concern for health behaviors in regards to all dimensions of wellness through six course meetings. The content is intended for health educators, college aged students, or faculty in a workplace.
Fuel the First Year p. 22
Jamie Carpenter, Emily Longolucco, Madison Roberge, Nick Simeti
This campus design plan is designed to introduce practices for optimal nutrition wellness and health conscious decision making through environmental changes and marketing of healthy behavior activities within a college campus. The content is intended for administrators and people in charge of campus decisions.
Blue Plate: A Nutrition Initiative for Holderness School p. 41
This program is designed to develop knowledge of nutrition and to improve dietary practices of members of a community. This is done through Blue Plate education, increased communication, understanding of social influences, and policy and environmental changes within a large community. The content is intended for all members of a school and community, particularly students within a private schooling institution.
Preparing to Launch p. 65
Felicia Muse, Alexandra Ambrosino, Elizabeth Daly
This program is designed to introduce dangers of excessive drinking and to promote positive behavior change for students as they prepare to enter the workforce through multiple workshop courses on professionalism and social life design post-college. The content is intended for college students and recent graduates.
Pose for Posture p. 79
Jeana DiBona, Ali Garfano, Annie Guerette, Amber Lena
This program is designed to introduce the importance of healthy posture and safe biomechanics through six workshops. The content is intended for faculty and staff within a college setting.
Ready, Let’s Get Steady! p. 94
Hope Larson, Taylor Martin, Stacey Oliveria, Reyna Pollak
This program is designed to introduce skills that are intended to reduce the risk of falling in older adults. This is administered through physical activity workshops as well as through workshops on goal setting, personal fitness, balance, and home safety. The content is intended for health promotion students and professionals working with older adults.
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