MPH503 Mod 2 SLP Assignment: Education Program Provider

Develop a two-hour infertility education workshop for primary care providers. The goal of this educational seminar will be to enhance the capacity of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, or other primary care providers to meet the needs of the growing number of individuals who face challenges with regard to fertility.
Option Two Task:
What objectives will need to be achieved to ensure that your program goal (as stated above) is met? To facilitate the process of ascertaining the effectiveness of your program, you will need to ensure that each of these is measurable. Click here to review the CDC’s Writing SMART Objectives Evaluation Brief. After doing so, write your own SMART Objectives for your provider education program. Please limit your response to 1-2 pages. *** Submit your paper at the conclusion of this module.***
SLP Assignment Expectations
For this assignment, you are to write a paper in which you respond to one of the aforementioned prompts. You are expected to visit the links appearing in the assignment prompt to which you are responding.
LENGTH: 1-2 pages typed and double-spaced for Option #1 and Option #2
The following items will be assessed in particular:
PRECISION: Each of the questions of the assignment is specifically addressed in the paper.
CLARITY: The paper reads clearly (i.e., it is not confusing) and is well-structured.
BREADTH: The paper presents appropriate breadth covering the questions of the assignment.
DEPTH: The paper presents points that lead to a deeper understanding of the matters and/or issues being discussed and integrates several points into coherent conclusions.
APPLICATION: Your assignment reflects an application of concepts and principles covered in this course to policies governing infertility treatment or to clinical practice.
Keep in mind that “A” papers are truly exceptional works that go beyond simply answering the questions.
NOTE: Please be sure to provide citations of sources consulted in preparing your paper in the body of the actual document itself (i.e., in addition to furnishing a reference list). Remember, any statement that you make that is not common knowledge or that originates from your synthesis or interpretation of materials that you have read must have a citation associated with it. For guidelines on in-text citations, visit the following web site: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/