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(Solution) C228 Sentinel City Simulation Task 1 DAY 6-9 Task 1 Sentinel City will allow you to learn critical thinking and reasoning skills in a community health e... xperience. It will also provide the opportunity to explore some of the many determinants of health contributing to the health status of members of a simulated city before applying these concepts in C229 where you will assess your own community. You will be credited for a total of 25 hours; Sentinel City simulation (20 hrs) and Bentonville simulation (5hrs). (There is no need to record or track your time spent in the simulations). Within your course under Assessments, Task 1-View Task, you will find task requirements/directions. The assessment tools required to complete data collection in Sentinel City (SC) can be found under “Supporting Documents” link. Also, in this section you will find a link to “Approved Activities List” to complete section C-3. 1: Demographics, Neighborhood Safety, Scavenger Hunt 2: Windshield Survey These tools help you gather data on the SC community to then discuss in your paper. You will not submit these tools for evaluation. You will summarize the findings in your task 1 needs assessment. Demographics Assessment Neighborhood Community Safety Inventory Scavenger Hunt Windshield Survey Please carefully follow steps 1-3 in section 6.1 of your COS. Now that you have reviewed the task requirements and Sentinel City guide you are ready to begin! Sentinel City can be found under Lesson 6 Simulation. (Link found in section 6.1) Print this list so you know where you will need to go once you start in the simulation. You will be required to visit these 12 designated sites within Sentinel City. Interfaith Church of Sentinel City Better Health Clinic Sentinel City Department of Transportation Sentinel City School District ABC Daycare Sentinel City Affordable Housing Project City Hall Radio BUZZ 96.5FM Sentinel City Healthcare System (Hospital) Lily’s Joe’s Grocery Sentinel City Department of Parks and Recreation DAY 10-13 GOAL: Your goal is to spend time in the simulation collecting the data necessary to complete the assessment tools and to take photos of the 12 required sites listed above. This is your data gathering phase. Our recommendation is to add a label for each location if a sign is not present for identification of the site. Now you are ready to start the simulation! While visiting these 12 sites in Sentinel City you will be required to stop and take a picture of each location. There is a small camera icon located in the upper right hand corner of the simulation screen that will allow you to take a picture. A Photo Journal will be generated when pictures are taken. Save the Photo Journal as a PDF to your Desktop to be submitted with task 1. Your paper includes sections B through D. Section B. Write a summary of your findings from the needs-assessment tools. This section is a summary of the findings from: Demographics Assessment, Neighborhood/Community Safety Inventory, Windshield Survey, and Population Health Scavenger Hunt. Remember the data will come from your observations and the data sets within Sentinel City. Note: The name of each of the four tools should be identified along with a brief summary of how each of the tools were used in the needs assessment. B 1. Analyze the collected data using concepts of epidemiology and health determinants. Refer to these 3 sections of your COS for additional information: Epidemiology and Environmental Health Epidemiological Data Application of Epidemiology Your goal is to choose about 4-5 health concerns you identified in section B. Prove that each of these are significant health concerns by discussing your collected data. Discuss contributing factors/variables within SC that may be adding to each health concern. C 1. Identify three top health concerns in Sentinel City based on your findings from section B-1. Discuss why each problem (health concern) is relevant. Click HERE to access the HP20/20 topics. Each identified health concern will be aligned with a related Healthy People 2020 objective or goal. See linked HP 2020 video here for further explanation. Healthy People 2020 Video Link C 2. Choose ONE of the three problems from C1 that you believe is a significant health concern in Sentinel City. Discuss community resources (e.g., Sentinel City™ Affordable Housing Project, Better Health Clinic) that are available to address this #1 health concern. C 3. Identify a primary prevention topic based on the problem/concern selected in C2. This primary prevention topic must come from the approved activities/topics list. Approved Activities List is located in the Task 1 Directions under Supporting Documents. (This is the same list that you will use to select your primary prevention topic for c229. You do not have any field work requirement to complete for c228). (APA requires at least 2 sentences to complete a paragraph). You will not necessarily use the same topic in C229, since your home community may have different health needs. Section D. Review what you learned from the (four) assessment strategies used in Sentinel City. Next, discuss how you can apply this knowledge to assess your own community. Section E. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. Note: How do I cite Sentinel City?: Healthcare Learning Innovations (Sentinel City) [Computer Software]. (2018). Aurora, Co. Retrieved from http://wgu.ucertify.com/ In-text citation: (Healthcare Learning Innovations, 2018) Solution: KLP Task 1: Community Health Simulation Needs Assessment Summary Demographics Assessment Demographic assessment tool usually plays a fundamental role when it comes to studying a population on the basis of various factors, including, age, sex, race, and income among others (Dickson, McVittie, & Kapilashrami, 2018). Therefore, by applying this tool in the case of Sentinel City, various metrics were derived. To start with, Sentinel City has a population of approximately 663,862 people. Of this population, while those under 5 years are 7.4 percent, those under 18 years, and those with 65 years and above are represented by 21.7% and 10.5% respectively. Most people in Sentinel City are whites at 80.6%, while African Americans are at 10.4%. Other racial groups include American Indian and Alaska Native (2.0%), Asian (3.7%), and native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander (0.2%). In regards to the median household income of Sentinel City, it currently stands at $49,091. Navigating through the streets of Sentinel City, it is evident that there are four main neighborhoods within the city. These are Nightingale square, Acer Tech Center, Casper Park District, and Industrial heights. Nightingale Square has a population of 103974. Primary ethnicity in this region is white (81.3%), while secondary ethnicity is Hispanic (3.7%). The median household income in Nightingale Square is $269,550. In Acer Tech Center, the population currently stands at 168,390. Primary ethnicity in this area is white (70.2%), while secondary ethnicity is Hispanic (13.7%). The median household income in Acer Tech Center stands at $166,300. In Casper Park District, the current population stands at 352643. Of this population, while the whites are represented by 63%, the Hispanics are represented by 24%. The median household income in Casper Park District is $80,134. Lastly, when it comes to Industrial heights, the region has a population of 38,855. The primary ethnicity in this region is Hispanic at 46.8%, while the secondary ethnicity is African American at 13.3%. The median household income into Industrial heights stands at $24,672 Neighborhood/Community Safety Inventory In the context of Sentinel City, neighborhood/community safety inventory tool was used in assessing the physical as well as psychosocial safety hazards in the neighborhood. The tool assesses an array of elements of the physical environment, social, and psychological dimensions of health. Taking this into consideration, navigating through Sentinel City, various physical and psychosocial safety hazards are evident. To be specific, moving across Sentinel City, stray animals such as rats can be observed. There are also vehicles along the roads that have broken-up, and look abandoned. As such, they cause a substantial safety risk to other motorists using the roads. Improperly disposes of garbage can also be witnessed in the city, which subjects people to various health hazards. Gang violence is also evident in the city, which is largely characterized by organized groups as well as graffiti. Windshield Survey Windshield survey entails a systematic observation that is made from moving care (Hahn & Fox, 2016). In the case of Sentinel City, by riding the bus across the streets of the city, it was [Show More]

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