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Building a Rationale. Beth McNeill, M.S. Texas A&M University. Information Resources for Building a Rationale. Needs assessment data Position program in line with the organization’s mission Epidemiological data about specific health problem. Information Resources for Building a Rationale.

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Building a rationale

Building a Rationale

Beth McNeill, M.S.

Texas A&M University


Information resources for building a rationale
Information Resources forBuilding a Rationale

  • Needs assessment data

    • Position program in line with the organization’s mission

  • Epidemiological data about specific health problem


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Information Resources forBuilding a Rationale

  • Merits most common to HP programs\

    • Awareness and Knowlege

    • Changes in Attitudes

      • Well-being and self concept

    • Improvement in workers’ job-related attitudes

      • Skill development, Lowering health risks, absenteeism rate, employee turnover, employee recruitment, lower insurance premiums, compensation claims


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Information Resources forBuilding a Rationale

  • Results of other successful programs in similar settings

    • Literature

    • People associated with particular programs


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Information Resources forBuilding a Rationale

  • Compatibility between the proposal program and the health plan of a state or the nation

    • Healthy People

  • Protecting human resources

    • Investing in children, employees, etc.

  • Doing what is best for the stakeholders

    • Who has something to gain or lose?


Creating a rationale
Creating a Rationale

  • “SELLING JOB MUST BE BACKED BY A SOUNDLY RESEARCHED IDEA”

  • Identify the health problem in global terms (first paragraph or two)

    • Epy Data, Needs Assessments

    • Shows consistency with global concerns


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Creating a Rationale

  • Show the relationship to the bigger problem

    • Identify the local problem

    • Why is it a problem?

    • Why should it be dealt with?


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Creating a Rationale

  • Solution to the problem

    • Name and purpose of the program

    • Statement of purpose – should be derived from what can be gained

    • Benefits of Program

      • Comparing the proposed program with other successful programs,

      • Stating what is best for the stakeholders, and

      • Stating that the program will protect human resources


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Creating a Rationale

  • Why this program will be successful

    • Point out similarities to other successful programs

    • “Timing is right”

  • List of References


Title: A Rationale for Development of ______. Author

Health Problem in Global Terms: Backed up with international, national, and state data

Narrow problem by showing the relationship to target pop., why a problem, why should be dealt with, BACK UP WITH DATA

Solution to Problem – Name and Goal of Program

What can be gained?

Why program will be successful?

References


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