3 page (OPIOID CRISIS) Project: Scholar-Practitioner Project: Visual Representation of Public Health Leadership Theory
DUE 10/22 7P.M EST
BE ON TIME AND ORIGINAL WORK
3 PAGES NOT INCLUDING TITLE AND REF PAGE MIN 3 APA
TOPIC: OPIOID CRISIS
PLEASE READ DIRECTIONS
For this Project Assignment, you complete another part of your Public Health Leadership Theory based upon your understanding of leadership perspectives you have reviewed in this course. In addition, you must use a systems thinking approach in the development of your visual representation of your personal Public Health Leadership Theory. As you post your visual (pictorial) representation.
The Assignment (3 pages):
This week you will provide a visual representation of your public health leadership theory. It can be a table, schematic diagram, graph, or any other representation you choose. Please feel free to be creative – and please create your own visual representation. However, the focus MUST be on leadership (and this should be an extension of the topic chose for OPIOID CRISIS). Be sure to provide a narrative explanation that shows how the developed theory can close the “gap” identified in the first part of the project. Additionally explain how it incorporates system thinking. Remember your theory can be based on those that we have learned about or your own. There is no wrong theory. What matters is the explanation of how it addresses the gap and uses system thinking. While this doesn’t have to be addressed now, keep in mind the last part of the project will involve presenting a methodology that tests the developed theory empirically. Let’s help one another with the project. Post your questions and thoughts in the “Contact the Instructor” area. Please feel free to weigh in on your colleagues comments.
Support your Project with specific references to all resources and current literature used in its preparation
Use the following headings:
A. Visual Representation
B. Proposed ‘Gap’ in the Research
C. How the Developed Leadership Theory Addresses the Identified Gap
D. How the Theory Incorporates Systems Thinking