Discussion: World Health Organization

Discussion: World Health Organization

Discussion: World Health Organization

In this Assignment, you will examine a global health issue and consider the approach to this issue by the United States and by one other country.

To Prepare:

Examine the World Health Organization’s (WHO) global health agenda and choose one issue to focus on for this Assignment.
For this Assignment, choose at least one additional country to compare to the United States.
Consider how the global health issue you chose is addressed in the United States and in the additional country you chose.
Examine and download the Global Health Comparison Matrix from the Resources section.
The task at hand: (1–2 page Global Health Comparison Matrix; 1 page Social Change Plan)

Part 1: Matrix of Global Health Comparisons

Complete the Global Health Comparison Matrix, focusing on the country you chose and the United States. Make certain to address the following:

Consider the national/federal health policies in the United States that have been adapted for the global health issue you chose from the WHO global health agenda. Compare these policies to the policies of the other country you chose to research.
Explain the advantages and disadvantages of each policy.
Explain how the social determinants of health may have an impact on the global health issue you chose. Provide specifics and

Discussion World Health Organization
Discussion World Health Organization

Analyze how each country’s government addresses cost, quality, and access to the global health issue of choice, using the WHO’s global health agenda as well as the results of your own research.
Explain how the health policy you chose might affect the global population’s health. Provide specifics and examples.
Explain how the chosen health policy may affect the role of the nurse in each country.
Explain how global health issues affect both countries’ local healthcare organizations and policies. Provide specifics and examples.
Part 2: A Social Change Strategy

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Consider the global health policy comparison and analysis you performed in Part 1 of the Assignment, as well as the impact global health issues may have on the world, the United States, your community, and your practice as a nurse leader.

Create a plan for social change in a 1-page response that incorporates a global perspective or lens into your local practice and role as a nurse leader.

Describe how you would advocate for the inclusion of a global perspective or lens in your local practice and role as a nurse leader.
Explain how adding a global perspective or lens to your local practice and role as a nurse leader might affect your local practice and role.
Explain how, as a nurse leader, incorporating a global perspective or lens into your local practice represents and contributes to social change. Provide specifics and examples.
Analysis of Healthcare Program/Policy Evaluation

Template for Healthcare Program/Policy Evaluation Analysis

Complete the Module 6 Assessment Global Healthcare Comparison Matrix and Narrative Statement using this document.

Evaluation of Healthcare Programs/Policies


How was the program’s or policy’s success measured?

How many people were reached by the chosen program or policy? How much of an impact did the chosen program or policy have?

What data was used to evaluate the program or policy?

What specific information about unintended consequences was discovered?

What stakeholders were identified during the program or policy evaluation? Who would benefit the most from the program or policy evaluation’s findings and reporting? Provide specifics and examples.

Was the program or policy’s original intent and objectives met? What is your reasoning?

Would you recommend putting this program or policy in place at your workplace? What is your reasoning?

Identify at least two ways in which you, as a nurse advocate, could participate in evaluating a program or policy one year after its implementation.

General Remarks/Comments

The paper should be formatted in APA.

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