Social Media Discussion: Population Health Problems
Problems that impact populations are vast and now more thanever social media is getting involved.
Choose the following population health problems to focus on:
1. Substance use and/or abuse (Marijuana Use In Teenagers)
https://www3.epa.gov/myem/envmap/find.html (Links to anexternal site.) has a wealth of information
Research and share an overview of the current data on thispopulation health problem specific to your community.
You must use one (ormore) of the resources from the Direct Care Project Part 1: Assessment andDiagnosis assignment. You may choose to find additional outside source(s).
Then take a moment to review the Twitter feedfor compelling Tweets that may have an impact on or discuss the populationhealth problem.
Give an overview of any agency, organization,person, or affiliation that is addressing the population health problem.
How could a community health nurse collaboratewith the agency, organization, person, or affiliation address the populationhealth problem?
Compose a 280-character or fewer Tweet thatdescribes what you have shared with the class. Remember Twitter only allows 280characters (this includes spaces, etc.) so you will need to be concise. Itshould include a hashtag. Include the URL to the reference or Tweet ifapplicable. Share this Tweet in the discussion.
Note: A Twitter account is not required nor isposting your Tweet on social media.
Your discussion post should look like:
Paragraph one: Overview of the current data onthis population health problem specific to your community
Paragraph two: Overview of any agency,organization, person, or affiliation that is addressing the population healthproblem
Paragraph three: How could a community healthnurse collaborate with the agency, organization, person, or affiliation toaddress the population health problem?
Tweet: 280-character or fewer Tweet with hashtagand reference if applicable.
Resources: Where did you find your data?
Example Tweet: Your zip code can have more of an impact onyour health than your genetic code. Know your stats.#socialdeterminantsofhealth #SDoH #knowyourstatswww3.epa.gov/myem/envmap/find.html