list of screenings that will be explored throughout the course: cervical cancer (CA), breast CA, colorectal CA, testicular CA, prostate CA, suicide, hypertension, sexually transmitted illnesses, human papillomavirus, intimate partner violence, smoking/vaping, depression, hepatitis C, hepatitis B, fall prevention, lung CA, cardiovascular disorders, childhood and adult immunizations.

This course focuses on healthy living and preventive screenings to help promote health and prevent disease and illness. The following is a list of screenings that will be explored throughout the course: cervical cancer (CA), breast CA, colorectal CA, testicular CA, prostate CA, suicide, hypertension, sexually transmitted illnesses, human papillomavirus, intimate partner violence, smoking/vaping, depression, hepatitis C, hepatitis B, fall prevention, lung CA, cardiovascular disorders, childhood and adult immunizations. Many organizations promote their own guidelines. One particular agency that promotes such guidelines is the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), along with the NIH, CDC, ACOG, AFP, ACC, JNCC, and others. It is recommended that you utilize the guidelines from the USPSTF and supplement with the other guidelines as you prepare for your work in this course.

For this assignment, utilize the NU629 Week 3 Prevention and Guidelines Excel Template (Excel). To complete the table, list an example of each type of prevention as it relates to the health concern listed.

Rubric:

 

Levels of Prevention and Preventive Services Guidelines Rubric

Levels of Prevention and Preventive Services Guidelines Rubric – 100 PointsCriteriaExemplary
Exceeds ExpectationsAdvanced
Meets ExpectationsIntermediate
Needs ImprovementNovice
InadequateTotal PointsExample of each type of prevention86 to 95 correct examples are provided.

100 points76 to 85 correct examples are provided.

89 points67 to 75 correct examples are provided.

79 points0 to 66 correct examples are provided.

69 points100Total Points100

Sheet1

Primordial Prevention Primary Prevention Secondary Prevention Tertiary Prevention Quaternary Prevention
Lung Cancer
Colorectal Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Testicular Cancer
Adult Immunizations
Pediatric Immunizations
Breast Cancer
Cervical Cancer
Human Papillomavirus
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Smoking / Vaping
Hypertension
Suicide
Intimate Partner Violence
Depression
Hepatitis C
Hepatitis B
Fall prevention
Cardiovascular Disorders