Primary Prevention Program
Example Educating the young about Health Safety
In this week I will discuss Primary prevention, and different characteristics that this program successful produce. Primary prevention is actively involved and aimed at high-risk groups that are not affected by a condition of prevention (Albee, George W., Ryan, Kimberly,1998). In the following reading of preventive care: Sanders, Thompson, and Bidwell use a population approach relating to children making transitions in a primary effort of research (Sanders, M. R., Ralph, A., Sofronoff, K., Gardiner, P., Thompson, R., Dwyer, S., & Bidwell, K. ,2008). One strong characteristic was multilevel planning, execution, and evaluation relating to the study of comparison communities and Targeted population (Sanders, M. R., Ralph, A., Sofronoff, K., Gardiner, P., Thompson, R., Dwyer, S., & Bidwell, K.,2008). One example of a primary prevention program would first involve educating one of or exposure to that may occur (case teaching the young adolescents about health and the safety of good health such as using good hygiene or eating right or working out daily).In the several characteristics that may relate to primary prevention may involve risk factors, protective factors, and Variable Risk factors relating to culture, or lower level likely to adverse outcomes(community needs), and the overall peer groups that status may change over time(SAMHSA, 2018). One characteristic that I feel that most primary prevention may lack is a skill to improve or approve schools that are at high risk for exposure to effectively help specific disorders with children. In implementing a program, I would first go out to the communities and schools and try to get a more organizational feel to schools and their surroundings in the city to see what they lack in their areas. I would try to implement more workshops for the parents in the communities to inform them more of different disorders. The system may change with the help of the population in the city or community.