This discussion is worth 25 points, and requires an initial post and one response to a peer, with references. Both the initial and response posts are due on the same day. Reference all sources you’ve cited within your answers at the end of your narrative.
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Initial Posting: 500 word minimum
1. Select and describe at least one motivational axiom (Bastable, pg 248-250) and one Health Belief Model (Bastable, pp 257-268). (3 points)
2. Discuss how you will implement both to maximize learning outcomes in your chosen education project. (3 points)
3. What barriers or advantages are there to using the Health Belief Model or theory you have chosen? (3 points)
4. How will you utilize the strengths and reduce the weaknesses of your chosen model or theory? (3 points)
5. Use two scholarly references to cite your work – a nursing scholarly article and/or reputable internet site and/or textbook. (3 points)
Response Posting: *200 word minimum
1. Thoughtfully and professionally contribute to one other student post by the deadline (see course Calendar) providing an objective assessment of their post and/or suggestions of (and rationales for) alternative axioms and models/theories that may also work for their target audiences/topic. (5 points)
2. Use two scholarly references to cite your work – a nursing scholarly article and/or reputable internet site and/or textbook. (5 points)