PP 4003 Mission Goals Objectives and Strategies Exercise

PP 4003 Mission Goals Objectives and Strategies Exercise

PP 4003 Mission Goals Objectives and Strategies Exercise

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Mission Statement, Goals, Objectives, and a Logic Model:

Public health programs are most successful when they are focused and directed. Creating mission statements, goals, and objectives can help to achieve the focus that is necessary for a successful health program. As you reflect on the purpose of the health program that you have been working on in PP4001 and PP4002, consider how you might focus your program using a mission statements, goals, and objectives.

The Logic Model Template provided will help guide you through developing an effective mission statement, setting goals and objectives, and creating a logic model to organize your health program.

 

Part 1: Mission, Goals, Objectives, and Strategies

 

Create a mission statement for your public health program. Note how this differs from a vision statement and see some example mission statements in Table 6.1 of the McKenzie textbook.

 

 

Describe two goals of your public health program and explain why you selected these goals. For a clarification of how goals differ from objectives, see “Objectives” in the McKenzie resource list.

 

 

Describe two short-term SMART objectives for your public health program and explain why you selected these objectives. SMART objectives are used in business and many other fields. See the Walden Resource for a guide to personal SMART objectives and the CDC resource for examples of SMART objectives in health programs.

 

 

Describe two long-term SMART objectives for your public health program and explain why you selected these objectives. SMART objectives are used in business and many other fields. See the Walden Resource for a guide to personal SMART objectives and the CDC resource for examples of SMART objectives in health programs.

 

Describe two strategies you might use to meet your goals and objectives. You can find ideas for several types of strategies in McKenzie Chapter 8 (see resource list).

 

 

 

 

 

Part 2: Logic Model

Create a logic model following the examples provided, showing your inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes. Refer to Box 12.2 (McKenzie, Neiger, & Thackery, 2017, p. 323) for an example of a Logic Model.

 

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