ADOLESCENT HEALTH RISK SEMINAR
THIS ARE THE DETAILS OF THIS WORK, THE PART OF RECORING WE DO IT WE ARE ONLY SENDING INFORMATION TO KNOW THAT WE HAVE TO HAVE THE INFORMATION THAT ALLOWS US TO READ FROM 10-15 MINUTES
IN THE ASSIGNMENT DETAILS I CHOOSE a page, but I NEED IS 14 SLICES
For this assignment, you will develop and deliver a 10–15 minute seminar/workshop aimed at the teen or young adult audience on a specific health risk associated with the population. you will submit your presentation using the Kaltura recording tool within Blackboard. See the Getting Started with Kaltura link listed under the Resources area in your course menu to learn how to use this tool.
* If you predominantly work with a specific population and would like to present a relevant health risk seminar to that population, you must seek instructor approval in advance. Email your instructor through the Virtual Office.
Choose a health risk associated with adolescence. Some categories to consider may include:
Substance use and abuse
Motor vehicle crashes
Sexually transmitted disease
Mental health issues
Nutrition and fitness
As the health care advocate, you will present the following to the target audience (adolescents or young adults)in 10-15 slides or screens:
An overview of the risk factor
Prevalence of the health risk (meaningful data)
Explain your role with the issue as a health care practitioner/advocate
Ways to identify a problem and address the issue
Present an activity or project or exercise for the audience to engage in related to the topic
Help and support resources
In your research materials, incorporate 3–4 current sources with one containing the most current statistics.
Use age-appropriate creativity to ensure the message gets across to the selected audience. As you plan your seminar, consider:
How will you initiate a conversation (rather than give a lecture)?
How will you keep the attention and respect of this audience?
Use APA for citing and referencing your sources.
Keep your design and audio appropriate to the audience, yet professional. Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.