The Integrated Task

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How to complete the integrated task.

How to complete the integrated task.

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  • 1. The Integrated Task The How to….
  • 2. What needs to be included.
    • Proposal – clearly establishes the need for your campaign.
    • Plan of action – identifying group members responsible.
    • Appraisal – measure success, reflect.
  • 3. Proposal
    • Clearly identify the barrier you are targetting.
    • Identify a target population.
    • Validate your choices – real data.
    • Offer a solution – describe briefly. Specify the target health behaviours or choices.
    • Validate your solution – Align to an Ottawa Charter Action Area, offer real data, tell me why it will work on your population and why it will correct your barrier.
  • 4. Proposal
    • There is a template developed for written responses.
    • However, your proposal can be in any form, as long as it addresses the requirements.
  • 5. Plan of Action.
    • You will only be allowed to start on this once I have approved (by signing off) your proposal. Note: I do not need to sign off on a good copy.
    • Identifies all the actions that need to occur, who will be responsible, how you will measure that it is complete.
    • Have a space for contingency, reflection notes and adaptation.
    • I envisage this being a fluid document (meaning it will change), however save each version so changes can be shown.
    • No template, I suggest a table in landscape view.
  • 6. Implementation
    • This stage will not occur until I have approved the initial action plan.
    • You carry out the tasks in the plan of action, reflecting as you progress.
    • Remember to “measure” at each step.
    • Think about how you will record progress and action. (ePortfolio)
  • 7. Appraisal
    • At a given point, I will call a complete stop to implementation.
    • At this point, we appraise our success by referring to the questions on the task sheet.
    • Refer to your reflective blogging and fluid plan of action to assist.