For this Assignment, you will prepare a plan for a community health assessment with a CBPR or community
organizing approach, using the problem you developed in your Week 3 Assignment, the secondary
quantitative dataset you identified in your Week 4 Discussion, and the quantitative and qualitative questions
you compared in the Week 9 Assignment.
Review the problem you developed in your Week 3 Assignment, the secondary quantitative dataset you
identified in the Week 4 Discussion, the quantitative and qualitative questions you compared in the Week 9
Assignment, and Chapter 9 from the text by Soriano.
Consider how you would complete a community health assessment by using the problem, the quantitative
data set, and the research questions you developed in Weeks 3, 4, and 9 and by collecting additional data
from the community using a CBPR approach throughout.
Submit a 7- to 8-page plan for completing a community health assessment that includes the following
1) Purpose: a statement of the Purpose of the Assessment
2) Stakeholders: an explanation of how you would identify stakeholders in the community and a description
of how you would establish rapport with them as well as share power with them
3) Data Collection: an account of the data collection methods you would use (qualitative and/or quantitative)
to fully explore the identified health-related problem(s) and the strategies that community members would
recommend to address these problems—include the role of community members in the data collection
4) Data Analysis: an account of your proposed process for the management and analysis of data and the
presentation of results to the community, including the role of community members in this process
5) Social Change: the potential social change policy implications of your project
During my training a couple of approaches were assigned to me such as calculating the porosity and permeability using different instruments for example DHP (Digital Helium Porosimeter) and DGP (Digital Gas Porosimeter) also VINCI which is used for unsteady-state processes, how inject mercury to samples and calculating the bulk volume of the sample using Archimedes law, CT scan which include several software�s for making videos of core sample to analyze the fractures and how it will affect the value of porosity and permeability, Formation Resistivity Factor ( capillary pressure) (appendix 2), permeability of fluids, flush cleaning using different solvents, and finally the dean stark which is about extraction of oil and water. Consequently, the first week of training was about introduction to the company programs and services as well as the devices and process used in the laboratory. Second week I started with the first task in CCA section which required the measurement of porosity by using DHP device (figure1). This task contain all the impotent measurements and calculation in porosity by using Boyle�s law (appendix, 1), also exporting the data in excel sheet to determine the capacity of core to hold fluids, and analyze the graphs with different behaviors (figure 1, appendix 2). Besides that, I also get a chance to use the VINCI device (figure 2) which is used for unsteady state process to get knowledge in how to determine several parameters in more accurate way such as porosity, permeability, pore volume, and bulk volume by sitting the pressure Moreover, the instrument calculate the pore volume and porosity by using the ideal gas law, also the pressure applied to the core is generated by high accurate hydraulic pump. Nevertheless, in the same week I worked using DGP device (figure 3) which is specific for permeability measurement. The main factor of permeability is Darcy law (appendix 1), the important parameters of lectures are presented in white bored without any other materials which could help the person to understand in better way. I have found during the lecture that some workers found difficulties in understanding the main idea of the topic. In my point of view, the lectures could be presented in an interesting way if the presenter use some other materials behind white bored for example pictures, power point, graphs, and videos related to the topics. 5.3 Radiation test of CT scan Radiation test of CT scan is performed to determine the amount of radioactive waves emitted from CT scan. This test is an essential for all the workers inside the laboratory due to the harmful emitted waves. The test done by the lab engineer using a special device that measures the emission of radiation waves. Recommendations I have noted during the test that some works do not have enough idea about the risks of radiation waves and they do not wear a special lab costume that prevent them. My own feeling on the subject is that there should be some rules and actions taken by the responsible person in order to maintain the safety of employees also educate the staffs about the risks of radiation waves.>GET ANSWER