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Leading Interprofessional Teams Discussion


The purpose of this discussion is to demonstrate your understanding of interventions to address population health problems and reduce health disparities.


Using your selected population, continue your search and appraisal of evidence by analyzing one research study that offers a potential intervention to address your selected population’s health issue. This intervention must be at the population level. This research study must be new, one that was not used in a previous course. Leading Interprofessional Teams Discussion

Appraise a quantitative research study that utilizes an intervention to address the selected health issue identified in Week 2 using the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool.

Transfer your findings to the Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool.

Analyze the evidence summary tool of the research study to address the following in the discussion:

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  1. Determine whether the intervention has the potential to impact the issue. Explain your rationale.
  2. Attach the completed Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool.
  3. Present the translation science model that would best aid the success of this intervention and discuss how the stakeholders are integrated into the design of the theory or model.
  4. Identify where your selected intervention is located on the Minnesota Public Health Wheel.

    Program Competencies

    This discussion enables the student to meet the following program competencies:

    1. Translates a synthesis of research and population data to support preventative care and improve the nation’s health. (PO 1)
    1. Leads others in professional identity, advanced clinical judgment, systems thinking, resilience, and accountability in selecting, implementing, and evaluating clinical care. (PO 1)

    Course Outcomes

    This discussion enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:

    1. Assimilate epidemiology principles and interventions to impact the social determinants of health, Global Burden of Disease, and population health outcomes. (PCs 7, 8; PO 1)
    1. Formulate strategies for providing culturally relevant and high-quality healthcare to vulnerable and high-risk populations to address social injustice and health inequities. (PCs 7, 8; PO 1)
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