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Subject Title: Healthcare public
Assessment Details
A 5000 word written report, weighting 100% of the Module mark. This means there is only one summative assessment on this Module. 
The Assessment is based on a health needs assessment (HNA) for a particular population in a chosen local area. The coursework requires you to identify, examine and analyse the health needs of a particular population in relation to relevant health determinants and current healthcare service provision within a particular area (local authority) and then critique a resultant health needs assessment. Interpret and discuss the health needs and current service provision, using these as the evidence-base for drawing local area priorities and recommendations for intervention service design, planning, development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation in relation to the health needs of the respective population. Whilst you develop your work from existing HNA and public health reports, think of your work as the latest and most updated evidence-based HNA report prepared for (or required by) commissioners in the local area to commission healthcare services for the chosen population. In the Report, you should clearly underline the health needs of the chosen population and through your suggested priorities and recommendations for service provision, show how these should be met. Your priorities and recommendations should take into account that your Report is to be considered as the latest HNA for the chosen population in the chosen local area. Therefore, this should also take into consideration the challenges facing the local authority and how these can be negotiated in order to implement your HNA more effectively in the local area in relation to the chosen population. As such, the Report priorities and recommendations provide the base for a comprehensive discussion on “how to make it happen”.
The Report should clearly discuss the epidemiologic context of health problem/s and the health needs of the chosen population including the current service provision and utilisation by the population. This should underline and discuss clearly the health inequalities that exist and their determinants in relation to the chosen population. Think of what should be the local priorities for commissioners and other local area stakeholders with interest in the HNA  in relation to the chosen population.  Thus, the Report’s recommendations should show how the local area priorities can be achieved. 
Required References:
Gray, M. (2009) Evidence-based healthcare and public health, 3rd edition.
Greengross P, Grant K, and Collini E (1999) The history and development of the UK National Health Service 1948 – 1999. London: DFID HSRC. Online
OECD/European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (2017) United Kingdom: Country Health Profile 2017. Paris: State of Health in the EU, OECD Publishing; Brussels: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Available Online
Cromwell, T. (2016). Healthcare Evaluation. London: McGraw Hill
Naylor, C. (2015) Transforming our healthcare system. London: The King’s Fund
WHO (2009) Monitoring and evaluation of health systems strengthening – An operational framework. Geneva: WHO. Available Online.
Naylor C, Imison C, Addicott R, Buck D, Goodwin N, Harrison T, Ross S, Sonola L, Tian Y, and
Curry N (2015) Transforming our healthcare system. London: The King’s Fund Available OnlineRivett G (Online) National Health Service History. Online:
Gray, M. (2009) Evidence-based healthcare and public health, 3rd edition. Chapters 1, 4-6, 8-9 and Epilogue. 
Pantoja T, Barreto J and Panisset U (2018) Improving public health and health systems
through evidence informed policy in the Americas. In BMJ 2018; 362: k2469. Online Availab
Cavenagh, S., Chadwick, K. (2005) Health Needs Assessment. London: NICE. Available Online.
Stevens A and Gillam S (1998) Needs assessment: from theory to practice. In BMJ. 1998 May 9; 316(7142): 1448–1452. Available Online. 
WHO (2001) Community Health Needs Assessment An introductory guide for the family health nurse in Europe. Copenhagen: WHO. Available Online
Biard, B. (2018) Commissioner perspectives on working with the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. London: The King’s Fund
Gray, M. (2009) Evidence-based healthcare and public health, 3rd edition. Chapters 7 and Epilogue.
NHS England. (2017) Patient and public consultation in commissioning health and care: Statutory guidance for clinical
commissioning groups and NHS England. London: NHS England.
Robertson, R. (2016) Clinical commissioning: GPs in charge? London: The King’s Fund Wenzel, L. (2017)
What is commissioning and how has it change? London: The King’s Fund Gray
J, Winzor G, Mahdia N, Oppenheim B and Johnston A (2019) Preventing healthcare-associated infection by sharing research, evidence and best practice. In Journal of Hospital Infection, 101 (2): 117-119. Available Online. 
Mitchell BG (2015) Healthcare Infection: a time for change. In Healthcare infection, 20 (3–4): 81-83. Available Online.
NHS Improvement (Online) MRSA: guidance on post-infection review.
NICE (2011) Healthcare-associated infections: prevention and control. London: NICE. Available Online
RCN and IPS (2016) Infection Prevention and Control Commissioning Toolkit Guidance and information for nursing and commissioning staff in England. London: RCN and IPS. Available Online.


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