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Topic: Developing an Health Advocacy Campaign
This week, you will establish the framework for your campaign by identifying a population health concern of interest to you. You will then provide an overview of how you would approach advocating for this issue. You will consider legal and regulatory factors that have an impact on the issue. You will identify ethical concerns that you could face as an advocate. To prepare for this final portion of your paper: •Review provisions 7, 8, and 9 of the ANA Code of Ethics in relation to advocacy for population health. •Reflect on the ethical considerations you may need to take into account in your advocacy campaign. •Research the ethical considerations and lobbying laws relevant to the location where your advocacy campaign will occur. •Consider potential ethical dilemmas you might face in your campaign. To complete: Revise and combine parts one and two of your previous papers and add the following: •Explain any ethical dilemmas that could arise during your advocacy campaign, and how you would resolve them. •Describe the ethics and lobbying laws that are applicable to your advocacy campaign. •Evaluate the special ethical challenges that are unique to the population you are addressing. •Provide a cohesive summary for your paper. Reminder: You will submit one cogent paper that combines the previous applications (Parts One and Two) plus the new material. Your paper should be about 10 pages of content, not including the title page and references. Be sure to paste the rubric at the end of your paper.
Developing an Healthy Advocacy Campaign Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation Developing an Healthy Advocacy Campaign According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014b) HPV (human papillomavirus) is a common sexually transmitted disease in USA. It is different from HIV and HSV diseases and it is becoming common to the extent that almost all sexually active men and women are likely to get it at some stage of their lives. If it goes unnoticed, it can cause other health problems such as cancer and genital warts. There is no approved test that can be used to identify the HPV status of an individual. Since it can go unnoticed, most people may not know that they are infected and they may not develop any symptoms. Since there is not approved test that can be used to identify the HPV status of individuals and all sexually active men and women (including gays and lesbians) are likely to get it, individuals should get vaccinated. The vaccine that...