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Module 2 & 3 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss Module 2: PABCAR Case Study (Molinari, 2011). Why was PABCAR a suitable choice of framework for guiding a response to this health issue?

Module 2 & 3 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss
Module 2: PABCAR Case Study (Molinari, 2011).
Why was PABCAR a suitable choice of framework for guiding a response to this health issue? (approx. 300 words)
PABCAR is effective for the case study youth on health consultation with children and young people (Molinari, 2008). According to the framework, we see,
Problem: The problems are about how the parents should be guided for helping young people or children to eat healthy.
Amends: The case study focus on the providing of awareness through a democratic and consultative forum for healthy which is run by young people mainly. The aim is about understanding the social acceptability, cost, benefits, or the resources that are needed for taking the policy forward.
Intervention Benefits greater than costs: The stage is helpful for assessing benefits or costs which associates to it along with implementing the policies that impact the community of target, ethical consideration, or the economic costs with proper effectiveness of intervention programs. The focus is on the major factor that the obesity dos does not affect everyone but there are poor diets which can led to the under-nourishment of pupils.
Acceptance for Interventions: The findings demonstrate for the packed lunch policy with the aim to achieve and play a major role on teaching messages of heating healthy for families. The primary and secondary school pupils are supported with different opinions and recommendations.
Actions Recommended: I think it is important for the children or pupil to focus on balanced diet and the children can eat chocolate in night, and I completely agree to this policy as it will help the children to not get fat. It is important and a better way to encourage the people to eat in a healthy manner. It is good that there are city wide factors where the entire city is also healthy and for children to have healthy diets to keep up to having a better life too.
Module 4 & 5 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss
Module 4: Individual Approach Case Study
Consider the two listed case studies. How do the programs differ in their approach to reaching individuals? Why was each approach effective for the intended target group?
(approx. 300 words)
The case study program is about alleviating pandemic associated stress with generalized anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder or suicidal propensity (Agyapong et al., 2021). This relates to improved mental health and reduced suicidal ideation where the effectiveness is for Text4Hope that is evaluated in between the two groups of subscribers. It has been seen that in the case study, there are non-essential business and facilities where some reported high level of anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. 70% of them are worried for the personal infection with more prominent being the young individuals or the females and the nursing staff. There is a need to focus on how one can handle the long-term effects of COVID 19 with fully realizing about researchers emphasizing on the needs to incorporate a web-based mental health service. The long-term effects of COVID 19 focus on incorporating web based mental health services for healthcare with mobile based services like texts messaging. When compared to control group, Text4Hope has been improving GAS-7 and PSS Scores with effective web based and mobile based intervention programs that tend to target anxiety or the symptoms of stress. The programs are for targeting 93 mental health apps for targeting anxiety, depression, or the emotional well-being of the people. There is indication of programs to be achieved for a high rate of retention when it is compared to the other mental health apps. There are unidirectional factors with requiring no additional effort or action. It is possible that there is a message content crafted through mental health professionals with high anxiety or stress that is experienced by the population level due to COVID 19 pandemic. The understanding is for different demographic standards where text-based programs are cost effective, and of a major clinical significance that could be for supporting of risks population and mitigating the short or long term of psychological impacts.
Module 6 & 7 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss
Module 6: Community Strategies Case Study
Choose one of these community case studies listed. Decide which of the following strategies were applied in your chosen case study: social planning; community organisation; community building/development; facilitating empowerment; capacity building; building social capital; & fostering social action. Discuss how two (2) of these strategies were applied in your chosen case study.
(approx. 300 words)
The approach is for community kitchens which have been defined in Canada as one of the communitybased programs of cooking for people to meet the preparation of one or more meals. They are for fostering the friendship development in which the smaller groups tend to prepare for a larger quantity of food. The theme is for breaking the social isolation which is emerged and empowering for individuals through development of skills and improved security of food (Lee et a., 2010). The social benefits are for participating and focusing on potential of establishing a friendship and breaking of social isolation to distinguish features when it is compared to the other programs of food assistance. The increased self-esteem is found to be associated to the participation and provide mechanism of social interaction and reduced social exclusion. The increased participation of community is interviewed with social skill development and reports that the clients involve for participation in Community Kitchens.
The community building and development is for empowering and handling the social isolation problems. The case highlights about the community development initiatives which relates to large cooking skills and nutrition or security of food (Lee et a., 2010). The enthusiasm and willingness to participate is reported for proper project plan and staff is reported to ensure development of stronger infrastructure and sustainability. The development is for social skills and participation where the Community Building involves facilitators over how one can modify the dishes and make remedy mistakes in cooking too. The development of social skills is for the benefit of participation and the interviewing of the same without avenue of Community Kitchen. The results for process evaluation requires enhanced ability to reach the vulnerable groups of population where the key stakeholders indicate potential to enhance the food knowledge of participants and the skills of cooking or creating development avenue for social skills and support network among the different participants or facilitators.
Module 8 & 9 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss
Module 8: Health Promotion with Australian Aboriginal Peoples Case Study Choose one of the listed case studies to analyse.
How did your chosen case study adhere to the culturally appropriate health promotion principles listed in Demaio, Drysdale and de Courten (2012)?
(approx. 300 words)
The access is for the health information which is seen to be limited in the different remote regions of Australia. Here, the indigenous languages and culture are strong with prevalence to different chronic conditions that are high. As per the qualitative study, the aim is for understanding the educational approach with evolution to improve communication for the conditions related to Yolnu. The culturally responsive design of research includes high level of community participation or control. It comes with collaboration and understanding the needs of ongoing or sufficient health education which is a consistent theme (Lowell et al., 2021). The sustained or the equitable access is for focusing over culturally responsive approaches which is then led by educators of community to improve literacy of health and enable the informed decisions of prevention and management.
For the health promotion principles, Calgary charter on health literacy focus on the ability to enable and exert a greater control over health, with range of personal and social determinants of health. The need is to consider about health literacy of providers where the focus is on challenges and providers ensuring to not share over cultural languages of Aboriginal consumers. The focus is on Yolnu approach to understand the community health education with perspectives of developing a stronger story through working with experts and integrating the knowledge of Balanda. The greater challenge is for short term funding of project with the project decisions that are made for better quality and collaboration extent. The team tend to recognize the supportive needs and then handle several processes through intensive sessions and ongoing support of clarification. The effective support of communication strategies include collaboration with working for health staff and interpreters where Yolnu from homeland and main community also share the better skills or knowledge for healthy traditional foods. The use of narrative approach includes integration of medical story to a broad context of lives and experiences.
Module 10 & 11 tutorials: choose ONE to discuss
Module 10: Social Marketing Case Study
Choose one TVCs from the campaign links provided to analyse.
Identify the target audience and main communication message (i.e. what the TVC wants the target audience to think/do). How does the TVC seek to achieve this (e.g. actors chosen, images shown, main action, props chosen, words used, music chosen, graphics presented & soundtrack)? What does the TVC suggest to you about what research revealed about (choose two or three of them) the values, attitudes, beliefs, behaviours, barriers and/or enablers of the target audience?
Cut and past the URL of the TVC you choose under your analysis (note URL not to be counted in word limit).
(approx. 300 words)
The evidence is based on the Act belong Commit Campaign which is one of comprehensive and community based preventative mental health promotion campaign that comes with direction by Curtin University. The Mentally Healthy WA belongs to Australian longest running mental health campaign with the encouraging of people to take actions and improve or protect the mental health and well-being (My Mental Health, 2023). It involves promotion of a good mental health strategy for individual and community level. The act involves the campaigning with the key elements of social marketing campaigns. The supportive strategies tend to build capacity of community that includes health services or local government, schools, or community organization. The Act Belong Commit campaign is revitalized with resonating on contemporary contexts. The aim is for encouraging people for prioritizing the mental health and motivating or inspiring people for taking actions and improving the mental health too. One tends to provide better opportunities for people who are involved with Western Australian Act that Belongs to Commit and then there are continued help to promote or work over the Brand Style Guide. The Campaign Logo is for the preferred approach where there are promotional materials of co-branding with one or multiple brands. The brand has been for elders, local aboriginal and non-aboriginal people with the different colors of black, yellow, and red for aboriginal people The branding is about standing strong together and the aboriginal key message is for the ownership and support which is written in a conference presentation or report. The funding is about the promotion of cobrands with primary message or when Act Belong Commit on naming rights to promotion. The Corporate Logo is for identification of Mental Healthy WA which is entity for corporate and stakeholder communications. This is for the encouraging of people to ensure and prioritize the mental health or motivate and inspire people to take actions on improvement of mental health with providing better opportunities.
Group Facilitation Activity Report
Review the report requirements in the Tutorial Folder in Assessments and present your report below.
(approx. 1,000 words)
The focus of this is on health promotion and strategies where we came across the different case studies that have been discussed above. As per the case study from Lowell et al., (2020)., we see that there is a major access for the meaningful health information that has been limited to different regions of indigenous languages or culture. The culturally responsive research design comes with collaboration for educators and community experts who are culturally competent and enable the integration to build and share a proper oral explanation for local languages. The need is for ongoing or sufficient health education which is consistent for sustained or equitable access through use of culturally responsive approaches that are led by the educators of community. The equity of access is for the meaningful health information through sustaining support for processes that are community led and it is important for improved First Nations Health outcome.
It is important to understand that the Leeds school meal partnership has been effective for assessing to different needs of local authority (Molinari, 2023). They are for promoting equality, diversity or cohesion which will lead to developing relationship with schools or pupils and parents. This will help families to be informed, healthier or the affordable choices to improve better food quality. One tends to promote synergy across the different spectrum of stakeholders or health promotion strategy with aim to support the entire family. In the long term, the policy aims for promoting over the school food provisions which leads to increased uptake of meal and improvement of health. One tends to establish a long-lasting change by connecting or supporting the families with certain positive change. The government involves with the school governors for a self-evaluation form where the new standards are related to improvement of health by restriction of sugary or salty and fatty foods. As per the intake of food or the nutrient standards, the major recommendation is for those who have poor nutrition that is likely to have a low cognitive ability. The new legislation focused for the better quality of school meals and then tackled on obesity with regulation of school food supporting the proper delivery of health targets. The concern reflects on supporting for a packed lunch policy with aligning to the effective application of school meal strategy. The aim is about the narrowing of inequality gaps which is created by the standards, to ensure equality, diversity, or cohesion. One provides with opportunity to develop a better relationship with pupil and parents. The families are informed about healthy and affordable choices where long-term plan aims for achieving a parity of school food provision or improvement of health and better outcome of economy for children and the young people. The aim is about the identifying of problems to manifest itself and then contribute towards National Obesity Child Measurement Programme where the stage considers about the issues of social acceptability, costs and the benefits or resources. The benefits of intervention are better with the engagement of representations from different schools. They are trying to use the creative techniques of art for Youth on Health with the two groups of packed lunch policy and one without it. The aim is for raising awareness and developing understanding or aiding the learning with assessing views or acceptance for the proposed policies.
According to Lee et al., (2010), the major focus is on the community kitchens which are effective for the understanding of designs to enhance individuals, knowledge, and skills. The review is about handing the smaller groups which are needed along with preparing a larger quality of food to demonstrate the development of friendship and the theme to break the social isolation which is emerged in a stronger manner. The active participation is for the members of group to plan and focus on cooking processes. The meals are prepared for participants and the aim is for facilitators focusing over the informed consent that is sought and participants working in a confidentiality through processes. The focus groups are related to data analysis and quality of program delivery where the kitchen site and equipment is for socially comfortable environment. The reach is for the findings where participants involve the willingness to participant and understand the plan of project. The approach is on process evaluation with providing evidence on Community Standards with the wellreceiving by key stakeholders. The feedback is from stakeholders indicate over community kitchen through potential on enhanced participants food knowledge and skills of cooking, with

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