Educational Health Newsletter 

How to Create an Educational Health Newsletter

CHE 300 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: The final project for this course is the creation of an educational health newsletter. The final product represents an authentic demonstration of competency because you will submit one newsletter that is just for your target population and one annotated newsletter that justifies your reasoning for providing certain images, facts, and educational materials that will support the population to make a healthy change. The final project is due in Module Seven.

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Prompt: In Milestone Two, you will submit one goal and two SMART objectives for your chosen topic and population. Be sure to incorporate the feedback you received from your peers in the small group collaboration discussion in the previous module.

 

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

 

Newsletter

 

  1. Newsletter

 

  1. SMART Goals: Create SMART goals for the target audience that will help to guide changes in health behavior and be useful in measuring the issue’s improvement or changes over time. For example, if your health issue is smoking, one of your SMART goals might be for the target audience to buy one pack of cigarettes per week instead of two packs.

 

Annotated Newsletter

 

  1. Goals: Annotations regarding goals should be located with the goals in your newsletter.

 

  1. SMART: Explain how the goals in the newsletter are SMART goals, supporting your claims with evidence. For example, explain how the goals are measurable goals for the target audience.

 

  1. Justify Goals: Explain why the SMART goals used in the newsletter are appropriate for the specific audience and intent of the newsletter and would help in measuring changes and knowledge of the target audience, supporting your claims with evidence. For example, your goal may have been for the audience to decrease the number of cigarette packs smoked in one day, which will provide a point for researching behavior changes in the population; this goal may have been substantiated by a study conducted by the American Lung Association.

 

Guidelines for Submission: Submit your goals and SMART objectives in a Word document. Include a short paragraph under the goal and SMART objectives, justifying each one. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.

 

 

Rubric

 

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Newsletter: Meets “Proficient” criteria and Creates SMART goals for the Creates SMART goals for the Does not create SMART goals for 30
SMART Goals SMART goals are especially well target audience that will help to target audience but goals are the target audience  
  aligned to the issue and target guide changes in health behavior unlikely to help guide changes in    
  audience and be useful in measuring health behavior or be useful in    
    changes over time measuring changes over time    
Goals: SMART Meets “Proficient” criteria and the Explains how the goals in the Explains how the goals in the Does not explain how the goals in 30
  use of evidence demonstrates newsletter are SMART goals, newsletter are SMART goals but the newsletter are SMART goals  
  keen insight into formulating supporting claims with evidence with gaps in detail, accuracy, or    
  SMART goals for measuring   support    
  changes in behavior or knowledge        
  in health education        
Goals: Justify Meets “Proficient” criteria and the Explains why the SMART goals Explains why the SMART goals Does not explain why the SMART 30
Goals use of evidence demonstrates used in the newsletter are used in the newsletter are goals used in the newsletter are  
  keen insight into the needs of the appropriate for the specific appropriate for the specific appropriate for the specific  
  target audience to appropriately audience and intent, supporting audience and intent but with gaps audience and intent  
  tailor SMART goals for measuring claims evidence in detail, accuracy, or support    
  changes in behavior or knowledge        
  of community health        
Articulation of Submission is free of errors Submission has no major errors Submission has major errors Submission has critical errors 10
Response related to citations, grammar, related to citations, grammar, related to citations, grammar, related to citations, grammar,  
  spelling, syntax, and organization spelling, syntax, or organization spelling, syntax, or organization spelling, syntax, or organization  
  and is presented in a professional   that negatively impact readability that prevent understanding of  
  and easy-to-read format   and articulation of main ideas ideas  
        Total 100%

 

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