Read both of these articles, which can be accessed in the
Lindberg, N. M., Stevens, V. J., & Halperin, R. O. (2013). Weight-Loss Interventions for Hispanic Populations: The Role of Culture. Journal of Obesity, 2013, 542736.
Choose ONE of the articles’ topics to focus on for the rest of the SLP. You will use the information in the selected publication as you go through the phases of applying the PEN-3 model to develop a hypothetical health education program.
Write a paper that includes the following:
1. Provide a brief overview of the health issue among your selected group, statistics about the scope of the problem, and its implications for health.
2. Describe the Cultural Identity of the group you chose. Specifically address how each of the PEN-3 model’s three factors within Cultural Identity applies to your group and provide examples.
Use subheadings to clearly show that you have addressed each of the three factors. Support your discussion with references from scholarly and professional references (not just your opinion).
SLP Assignment Expectations
Length: 2–3 pages
Times new roman 12 pt
Be sure to provide in-text citation(s) and a reference list to support your viewpoints. Please use at least three (3) research sources (not Wikipedia, or fact sheets). Please do so in ALL subsequent submissions.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Minority Health (2005). National Standards on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS). Retrieved May 1, 2012 from http://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/templates/browse.aspx?lvl=2&lvlID=15
Read the Case Assignment before accessing this website. There are certain parts you are to review.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (USDHHS), Maternal Child Health Bureau (MCHB) (2009). Core Concepts in Cultural Competence. Retrieved May 1, 2012 from http://support.mchtraining.net/national_ccce/case0/home.html
Yick, A. & Oomen-Early, J. (2009). Using the PEN-3 model to plan culturally competent domestic violence intervention and prevention services in Chinese-American and immigrant communities. Health Education, 109(2), 125-139. Retrieved May 1, 2012 from ProQuest