CAPSTONE presentation

Using the health problem or issue you selected in Unit 2(attached in files), develop a presentation using the information you gathered for the previous assignments in this course(all assignments have been attached). The presentation should contain 15–20 PowerPoint slides. Include the following elements:

Cover slide: One slide that includes the name and number of the course, name of project, submission date, name of learner, and contact information.
Introduction slide: One slide that provides a brief introduction to the public health problem or issue, describes the targeted population and community, and explains why this population was selected for this project. This is the elevator speech of the project and captures an overview in one small paragraph.
Scenario slide: One slide that explains details of the problem to be studied, describes the purpose of the proposed intervention program, and explains who might benefit from the findings of the program intervention and why. This includes the key questions to be asked.
Analysis of the Situation: A section of two to three slides that describes what you have discovered about the selected public health problem or issue to inform the program design. What key concepts and studies are relevant to the study? 

Complete a review of at least three related peer-reviewed research articles on the topic to be studied.
Identify what has been studied on the topic you plan to study, and what has not been studied or studied very little. In addition, identify areas where findings are not in agreement on the topic you are going to study. Identify the leading theory you have found.

Diversity: One slide that directly addresses embedded diversity issues within the study topic and how this intervention program could be used to enhance public health outcomes of all cultural backgrounds and health needs.
Implementation and Design: A section of three to four slides that describes how the intervention will be designed and implemented. 

Describe the population and sample from whom the intervention will be implemented.
Describe what resources and tools will be used to implement the intervention. For example, will faith-based organizations, public health departments, or social media platforms be used to reach the audience and introduce the intervention?
Identify program goals based on the SMART principles.

Timeline: One slide that shows the projected time estimated for the intervention and evaluation.
Health Equity: Discuss the means by which structural bias, social inequities, and racism undermine health and create challenges to achieving health equity at organizational, community, and societal levels. Discuss how that will be factored into the project time.
Data Analysis: A section of one to two slides that describes how data will be analyzed and processed to generate findings in order to inform decision making and practice.
Program Evaluation: A section of two to four slides that explains how the data analysis will be used to evaluate the program. 

Analyze a policy recommendation based on the program evaluation results that can be used to address the selected public health problem or issue.
Identify how program evaluation results will be disseminated and to whom.
Identify how this proposed public health intervention program can inform future studies.

Summary: One slide that sums up the proposed program intervention and addresses the questions: “How can this proposal translate into real practice?” and “Could this really be implemented at a practicum site?”
References: This section should list, in APA format, the scholarly references used in creating the plan, especially with regard to the review of the literature.

Additional Requirements

Length: A minimum of 15–20 slides, not including title and reference slides.
Font: Arial, at least 18 point. 
References: Cite at least 15 references from peer-reviewed journals and primary Web sites.
Format: Use current APA style and formatting.