To prepare for this assignment view the following brief video from
the American Medical Association titled, “Health Literacy and Patient
Safety: Help Patients Understand.” The video can be accessed through the
Part I: Pamphlet
- Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.
- Use the “Pamphlet Template” document to help you create your pamphlet. Include the following:
- Select an environmental factor that poses a threat to the health or safety of infants.
- Explain how the environmental factor you selected can potentially affect the health or safety of infants.
recommendations on accident prevention and safety promotion as they
relate to the selected environmental factor and the health or safety of
- Offer examples, interventions, and suggestions from
evidence-based research. A minimum of three scholarly resources are
- Provide readers with two community resources, a
national resource, and a Web-based resource. Include a brief description
and contact information for each resource.
- In developing your pamphlet, take into consideration the healthcare literacy level of your target audience.
Part II: Pamphlet Sharing Experience
the pamphlet you have developed with a parent of an infant child. The
parent may be a person from your neighborhood, a parent of an infant
from a child-care center in your community, or a parent from another
organization, such as a church group with which you have an affiliation.
- Provide a written summary of the teaching / learning interaction. Include in your summary:
- Demographical information of the parent and child (age, gender, ethnicity, educational level).
- Description of parent response to teaching.
- Assessment of parent understanding.
- Your impressions of the experience; what went well, what can be improved.
So there is 2 documents. one is the pamphlet itself and the second written summary document.
Citations required in APA format not older than 5 years. I am attaching the template for the pamphlet here too.