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Description College of Health Sciences Department of Public Health ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Course name: Health Planning Course number: PHC

Description

College of Health Sciences
Department of Public Health
ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET
Course name:
Health Planning
Course number:
PHC 274
CRN
Students enrolled in PHC 274 in Spring 2024 will plan and conduct a community
needs assessment within the school to prioritize community service activities.
Students will be provided a data collection tool survey to gather information from
their peers in the course regarding community needs.
Assignment title or task:
After gathering relevant and actionable information for community service
planning, students will consolidate their findings from the community needs
assessment in a unified structured report. They will be evaluated on their ability to
create a link for the tool, data collection, data entry, data consolidation, and plan
submission.
Students enrolled in PHC 274 will be divided into groups (4-6 students per group).
Details about the steps are provided below.
Student Name:
Students ID:
Submission date:
Group Number:
Instructor name:
Grade:
….. out of 10
Page 1 of 4
College of Health Sciences
Department of Public Health
Release Date: Sunday, 11 Feb 2024
Due Date: Saturday, 18 May 2024
Instructions for submission:






Final report must be submitted with properly filled cover sheet (Name, ID, CRN, Submission
date) in word document, Pdf is not accepted.
Text size 12-Times New Roman with 1.5-line spacing.
Heading should be Bold
The text color should be Black
Do proper paraphrasing to avoid plagiarism with proper references.
References must be in APA format
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College of Health Sciences
Department of Public Health
Group Project Plan
Project Sequence:
Week
Step
Details
Due Date
Week 4
Step two: Develop Team
Strategy
Groups will develop the survey from the
questions provided and share the survey
link with instructors (one link per group) (2
points)
Step Two Due: 172–2024
Step three: Data
Collection
Each student will receive a link to a survey
to fill out.
Step Three Due:
Week 9 (20-42024)
Module 4
11/2/2024
17/2/2024
Week 5
Module 5
18/2/2024
24/2/2024
Week 10
Each student submits the confirmation page
appears after submitting the assigned
survey (2 points)
Step four: Data Entry
Step five: Review and
Consolidate
Module 12
12/5/2024
18/5/2024
Groups submit their data entry sheets (one
link per group) (2 points)
– Groups gather to review the collected
data.
Step Five Due: 115-2024
– Groups consolidate data in ONE REPORT
per CRN (2 points)
Module 10
28/4/2024
4/5/2024
Week 13
Step Four Due: 274-2024
Designate a data manager within each team
for data entry.
Module 9
21/4/2024
27/4/2024
Week 11
Groups use an Excel File to input and
organize the gathered data.
Step six: Build and Submit
-Groups work on organizing a Community
Action Plan based on the data collected and
submit this consolidated plan. (One plan per
CRN) (2 points)
Step Six Due: 18-52024
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College of Health Sciences
Department of Public Health
Graded Activities
Step
Step 2: Teams will develop the
survey and share the survey link
with instructors.
Step 4: -Teams submit their data
entry sheets
Step 5: Teams consolidate data in
one report per CRN
Step 6: Teams work on organizing a
Community Action Plan based on the
data collected and submit this
consolidated plan
Step three: Each student submits the
confirmation page appears after
submitting the survey
Grade
2 points
Assigned to
Groups, hence graded once per
group when link is created
2 points
2 points
2 points
2 points
To individuals (each student will be
graded).
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ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Start time
Completion time
2/15/24 16:58:56
2/15/24 17:01:46
3/2/24 23:33:04
3/2/24 23:45:58
3/5/24 1:42:18
3/5/24 1:45:03
3/8/24 22:24:26
3/8/24 22:30:48
3/20/24 21:39:25
3/20/24 21:47:36
3/22/24 4:50:42
3/22/24 4:56:00
2/24/24 16:53:24
2/24/24 17:09:22
3/1/24 20:00:24
3/1/24 20:05:15
3/4/24 15:56:41
3/4/24 16:04:41
3/5/24 23:53:54
3/6/24 0:17:04
3/8/24 22:48:47
3/8/24 22:51:48
3/19/24 23:40:48
3/19/24 23:50:07
2/24/24 21:45:18
2/24/24 21:57:02
3/7/24 0:33:40
3/7/24 0:39:41
3/19/24 22:19:58
3/19/24 22:26:37
3/20/24 20:47:49
3/20/24 20:50:54
3/22/24 16:16:26
3/22/24 16:33:25
3/23/24 5:33:47
3/23/24 5:59:12
3/6/24 16:11:46
3/6/24 16:20:39
3/8/24 23:27:28
3/8/24 23:29:34
Email
Name
[email protected]
MOURTADA AL DARWISH
[email protected]
HASSAN AL AWA
[email protected]
TAIF ALSURAYYIE
[email protected]
MAHDI ALYAMI
[email protected]
ABBAS AL RUMAYH
[email protected]
RANEEM SHUJAA
[email protected]
HASSAN ALRUBH
[email protected]
OMAR AL STWAF
[email protected]
FATIMA ASSIRI
[email protected]
BAYDAA WUTAYDAH
[email protected]
IBRAHIM BALHARETH
[email protected]
NAIF AL MUTAIRI
[email protected]
Ashwaq Alharthi
[email protected]
LAMA ZIYAD
[email protected]
SHOUQ ALHARBI
[email protected]
FATIMAH ALFULFUL
[email protected]
AHLAM ALZAHRANI
[email protected]
HESSAH ALSUBAEI
[email protected]
BODOR ASIRI
[email protected]
SAEED AL MUTYIF
Last modified time
School Branch: Which branch of the school do you attend?
Dammam
Dammam
Abha
Najran
Dammam
Jeddah
Dammam
Dammam
Abha
Jeddah
Najran
Dammam
Jeddah
Abha
Jeddah
Dammam
Jeddah
Jeddah
Abha
Najran
Gender
Male
Male
Female
Male
Male
Female
Male
Male
Female
Female
Male
Male
FEMALE
FEMALE
FEMALE
FEMALE
FEMALE
FEMALE
Female
Male
Age Group
Marital Status
30 years or older
Married
18-24 years old
Single
18-24 years old
Single
30 years or older
Married
30 years or older
Married
30 years or older
Single
18-24 years old
Single
18-24 years old
Single
25-29 years old
Single
18-24 years old
Single
30 years or older
Married
18-24 years old
Single
30 years or older
Married
18-24 years old
Single
18-24 years old
Single
25-29 years old
Married
25-29 years old
Single
30 years or older
Single
18-24 years old
Single
30 years or older
Married
Number of Children
None
None
None
2
None
None
None
None
None
None
1
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
3 or more
Employment Status
Employed full-time
Unemployed
Unemployed
Employed full-time
Employed full-time
Employed full-time
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Employed full-time
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Unemployed
Employed full-time
Unemployed
Employed part-time
– a. Playground and recreational facilities
Excellent
Good
Good
Good
Good
Fair
Excellent
Fair
Good
Good
Good
Excellent
Good
Poor
Poor
Fair
Good
Not sure
Good
Fair
– b. Classroom spaces and learning environments
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Good
Poor
Good
Good
Excellent
Good
Fair
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Poor
Good
Good
Fair
Good
Fair
– c. Restrooms and hygiene facilities
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Excellent
Fair
Good
Poor
Excellent
Fair
Excellent
Good
Good
Good
Good
Fair
Good
Good
Good
Good
– d. Safety and security measures
Excellent
Not sure
Good
Good
Good
Fair
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Fair
Good
Excellent
Good
Good
– a. Tutoring and academic support programs
Very interested
Neutral
Very interested
Neutral
Interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Very interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Very interested
Very interested
Neutral
Neutral
Neutral
Interested
Very interested
Neutral
– b. Sports teams and physical education classes
Very interested
Neutral
Very interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Interested
Neutral
Very interested
Interested
Very interested
Not very interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Very interested
Neutral
– c. Art, music, and creative expression activities
Very interested
Not very interested
Very interested
Neutral
Not very interested
Interested
Interested
Very interested
Interested
Not very interested
Neutral
Very interested
Interested
Very interested
Not interested at all
Interested
Neutral
Very interested
Very interested
Interested
– d. Clubs and extracurricular activities
Very interested
Neutral
Very interested
Neutral
Not very interested
Interested
Neutral
Neutral
Very interested
Not very interested
Interested
Neutral
Interested
Very interested
Not interested at all
Interested
Neutral
Very interested
Neutral
Interested
– e. social events and community gatherings
Very interested
Very interested
Very interested
Neutral
Interested
Interested
Neutral
Not interested at all
Very interested
Not very interested
Interested
Interested
Interested
Very interested
Interested
Neutral
Neutral
Very interested
Very interested
Interested
– a. Road injuries and safety precautions
A lot
A lot
A lot
A little
A lot
A little
Some
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
Some
Some
Some
– b. Substance abuse and its effects
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
Some
Some
Some
A little
A lot
A lot
Some
A lot
A little
Some
A little
A lot
Some
A little
Some
A little
– c. Obesity and healthy eating habits
A lot
A lot
A lot
A lot
Some
Some
A lot
A little
A lot
A lot
A little
Some
A lot
Some
Some
Some
A lot
Some
Some
A little
– d. Chronic diseases like diabetes and asthma
A lot
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
Some
Some
A little
A lot
A lot
Some
A little
A lot
Some
Not sure
Some
A lot
A lot
A lot
Some
– e. ischemic heart disease
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
A little
A little
Not sure
Some
Some
A lot
Some
Some
A lot
Some
A little
A little
A lot
A lot
A little
A little
– f. Stroke
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
A little
Some
A lot
Some
Some
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
Some
A little
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
A little
– g. Lower respiratory infections
A lot
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
Some
A little
A little
Some
A lot
Some
A little
A lot
Some
A little
Some
Some
A lot
A little
A little
– h. Cancers
A lot
Some
A lot
A lot
A little
Some
A lot
A little
A lot
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
Some
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
– i. Alzheimer’s disease
A lot
A little
A lot
A lot
A little
Some
A lot
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
A lot
Some
Some
Some
A lot
A lot
Some
A little
Some
Preferred Health Awareness Activities:
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;role-plays;Workshops ;Presentations;Discussions;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Presentations;Discussions;Workshops ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;role-plays;
Workshops ;Presentations;Discussions;role-plays;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops ;Presentations;Discussions;role-plays;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Presentations;Workshops ;Discussions;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;role-plays;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops ;Discussions;Presentations;role-plays;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Discussions ;Workshops;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Role-plays ;Presentations ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Workshops;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Role-plays ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Discussions ;Presentations ;
Workshops;Role-plays ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Discussions ;Presentations ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops;Discussions ;Presentations ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Role-plays ;
Role-plays ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Workshops;Presentations ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Discussions ;
Workshops;Role-plays ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Discussions ;Presentations ;
Presentations ;Workshops ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;role-plays ;Discussions ;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Presentations ;Discussions ;role-plays ;
Presentations ;Workshops ;role-plays ;Discussions ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops ;Presentations ;role-plays ;Discussions ;
Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Workshops ;role-plays ;Presentations ;Discussions ;
Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;role-plays ;Discussions ;Workshops ;Presentations ;
Workshops;Role-plays ;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Discussions ;Presentations ;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
Workshops ;Presentations;Discussions;role-plays;Fitness challenges and exercise programs;Cooking classes and nutrition education sessions;
C. Would love to participate in Extracurricular Activities?
Might participate
Probably won’t participate
Might participate
Probably won’t participate
Not sure
Not sure
Might participate
Probably won’t participate
Might participate
Might participate
Might participate
Might participate
Probably won’t participate
Might participate
Probably won’t participate
Not sure
Might participate
Not sure
Might participate
Not sure
When would you prefer extracurricular activities to be scheduled?
Early morning
No preference
Early morning
No preference
Afternoon, before classes
No preference
Afternoon, before classes
No preference
No preference
Afternoon
Early morning
Afternoon
Early morning
Afternoon
Early morning
Afternoo
Early morning
No preference
Early morning
No preference
Preferred Days for Extracurricular Activities:
On weekends
On week days
On week days
On weekends
On week days
No preference
On week days
No preference
On week days
On weekends
On weekdays
On weekends
On week days
On weekends
On week days
On weekends
On weekends
No preference
On weekdays
No preference
How would you prefer extracurricular activities to be conducted?
Virtual (online)
Virtual (online)
On-site (in-person)
Virtual (online)
Virtual (online)
No preference
On-site (in-person)
Virtual (online)
On-site (in-person)
Virtual (online)
On-site (in-person)
On-site (in-person)
On-site (in-person)
On-site (in-person)
Virtual (online)
No preference
Virtual (online)
On-site (in-person)
On-site (in-person)
Virtual (online)
Suggestions and Comments:2
no
Nothing thank you
High-quality education and high education, and I prefer that
no. thank
no
thanx
interest in extracurricular activities, but not too much
no
No suggestion
Activities provided must be diverse to suit all people
thanx
no thanks
no
no
Pay more attention to the psychological aspect and announce the changes in sufficient time
improve facilities
no
There are cultural activities such as the reading challenge, as well as interest in the gifted and allocating clubs to practice their activities
no
no
bs to practice their activities

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