How to write an Evidence-Based Intervention Plan (Practicum)

How to write an Evidence-Based Intervention Plan (Practicum)

Reflection on the Plan

Feedback is a tool that can help individuals improve themselves and their plans leading to further growth. As part of the obesity prevention plan, I presented my intervention plan to Bob Fowler, the Public Health Director, Portland City. Based on his feedback, the following changes can help improve the obesity prevention plan.

  1. Direct involvement of the public city public health department to promote accessibility of the plan to the people.
  2. Ensuring the community has access to guidelines on fruits and vegetables to incorporate in their new diet plans.
  3. Encouraging family meals rather than reinforcing the program when majority of the people eat in restaurants and hotels.

Enhancing the Intervention

The feedback provided identifies crucial aspects that could promote the acceptance of the intervention by the local community. For instance, the involvement of the public health sector through their representatives will demonstrate that the plan is visible and aimed at improving the health of the people. The feedback also identifies the aspect of providing information about fruits and vegetables that can be included in meals to promote healthy eating behaviors.


An important segment of improving the health of populations involves collaborating with public health agencies, hospitals, and healthcare professionals. The plan to improve the eating habits of the people and incorporating exercise can be best achieved through education of the community. Nurses and healthcare professionals can take this chance to educate individuals in hospitals, outreach programs, and through social media. These professionals can stress on healthy diets, formulate eating plans at homes, and address any questions community members may have regarding obesity management.

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