Develop your Community Needs Assessment by preparing a SWOT analysis for the initiative you proposed in Week 3. - Essay Prowess

Develop your Community Needs Assessment by preparing a SWOT analysis for the initiative you proposed in Week 3.

Develop your Community Needs Assessment by preparing a SWOT analysis for the initiative you proposed in Week 3.

Question description

For this Assignment, you continue to develop your Community Needs Assessment by preparing a SWOT analysis for the initiative you proposed in Week 3.

To prepare for this Assignment, review your proposed initiative from Week 3.

The Assignment

Develop an 8- to 10-slide PowerPoint SWOT analysis presentation based on your proposed initiative from Week 3. In addition, include detailed speaker notes on each slide or a 2-page executive summary, submitted as a Word document.

Your presentation should include the following:

  • An analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of your proposed population health initiative
  • An analysis of the role of social and economic determinants in assessing your selected community’s needs
  • An assessment of the direct and indirect financial consequences for your proposed initiative

Rubric Detail

EXCELLENT – above expectationsGOOD – met expectationsFAIR – below expectationsPOOR – significantly below expectations or missing
Presentation Content:
Synthesize key points related to a health initiative in a SWOT analysis
27 (18%) – 30 (20%)The presentation shows depth in critical thinking when addressing the key points of a health initiative in a SWOT analysis.24 (16%) – 26 (17.33%)The presentation fully addresses the key points of a health initiative in a SWOT analysis.21 (14%) – 23 (15.33%)The presentation lacks depth or clarity of the key points of a health initiative in a SWOT analysis.0 (0%) – 20 (13.33%)The presentation does not address a health initiative in a SWOT analysis, is inaccurate, missing, or is of poor quality.
Presentation Content:
Explain the social and economic determinants of a community
27 (18%) – 30 (20%)The presentation shows depth in critical thinking in addressing the social and economic determinants of a community for a health initiative.24 (16%) – 26 (17.33%)The presentation fully addresses the social and economic determinants of a community for a health initiative.21 (14%) – 23 (15.33%)The presentation lacks depth or clarity of the social and economic determinants of a community for a health initiative.0 (0%) – 20 (13.33%)The presentation does not address the social and economic determinants of a community for a health initiative, is inaccurate, missing, or is of poor quality.
Presentation Content:
Explain the direct and indirect costs associated with a health initiative
27 (18%) – 30 (20%)The presentation shows depth in critical thinking in addressing the direct and indirect costs associated with a health initiative for a community.24 (16%) – 26 (17.33%)The presentation fully addresses the direct and indirect costs associated with a health initiative for a community.21 (14%) – 23 (15.33%)The presentation lacks depth or clarity of the direct and indirect costs associated with a health initiative for a community.0 (0%) – 20 (13.33%)The presentation does not address the direct and indirect costs associated with a health initiative for a community, is inaccurate, missing, or is of poor quality.
Presentation Content:
Executive Summary or detailed speaker notes for each slide of the presentation.
27 (18%) – 30 (20%)The Executive Summary shows depth of critical thinking in addressing the key points of the presentation associated with a health initiative for a community.24 (16%) – 26 (17.33%)The Executive Summary fully addresses the key points of the presentation associated with a health initiative for a community.21 (14%) – 23 (15.33%)The Executive Summary lacks depth or clarity in addressing the key points of the presentation associated with a health initiative for a community.0 (0%) – 20 (13.33%)The Executive Summary does not address the key points of the presentation associated with a health initiative for a community.
Presentation Required Elements9 (6%) – 10 (6.67%)Presentation follows the Presentation Guidelines and Tips and uses more than four of the following items: text, color contrasts, photos, graphs, maps, websites, or visual elements to convey the information.
Presenter notes support the information presented visually. Speaker notes are present/precise and scholarly in tone.
Presentation has the required number of slides.
8 (5.33%) – 8 (5.33%)Presentation follows the Presentation Guidelines and Tips and uses three to four of the following items: text, color contrasts photos, graphs, maps, websites, or visual elements to convey the information.
Presenter notes support the information presented visually. Speaker notes are present/precise and scholarly in tone.
Presentation has the required number of slides.
7 (4.67%) – 7 (4.67%)Presentation uses only one or two of the following items: text, color contrasts photos, graphs, maps, websites, or visual elements to convey the information.
Presenter notes somewhat support the information presented visually. Speaker notes are present but inadequate and lack scholarly tone.
Presentation may have less than the required number of slides.
0 (0%) – 6 (4%)Presentation does not use any graphs, color contrasts, photos, or visuals, and information on slides is inadequate and hard to follow.
Presenter notes do not support the information presented visually or the notes are missing.
Presentation has a minimal number of slides.
Writing18 (12%) – 20 (13.33%)Presentation is well organized, uses scholarly tone, contains original writing and proper paraphrasing, follows APA style, contains very few or no writing and/or spelling errors, and is fully consistent with graduate level writing style.16 (10.67%) – 17 (11.33%)Presentation is mostly consistent with graduate level writing style and may have some spelling, APA, and writing errors.14 (9.33%) – 15 (10%)Presentation is somewhat consistent with graduate level writing style and may have some spelling, APA, and writing errors.0 (0%) – 13 (8.67%)Presentation is well below graduate level writing style expectations for organization, scholarly tone, APA style, and writing, or shows heavy reliance on quoting.