- Identify and discuss the ethical implications or concerns of the public health change model for Diabetes Type II. Assess and discuss this from each of these levels:
- Summarize the basic ethical principles and theories that are applicable here.
- Identify the skills and resources a leader would need to bring about the proposed changes in your model in an ethical way.
Q: Using the guidelines in the selected article, informally assess your own workplace in this particular area. Then propose changes to improve your organization in this area, using a logic model to help you think through the change process. Because thinking and defining interrelationships is so important, be sure to review the theory of change/program design type of logic model that is described in the Kellogg Foundation’s Logic Model Development Guide (http://www.wkkf.org/knowledge-center/resources/2006/02/WK-Kellogg-Foundation-Logic-Model-Development-Guide.aspx). You will find this type of model described briefly on page 9 and then more in depth in Chapter 3 (pp. 27-34), with an example on page 34. In using this model for this assignment, substitute “organization/team” for their “community” references.Include the following in your paper:1. Describe your informal assessment of your organization in one of the following areas, and provide support for this assessment. Employee engagement; Focusing on the particular theme you select, describe the elements in your organization that are strengths and the elements that need to be changed.2. Explain how you would change your organization to improve it in this area. What obstacles stand in the way of this change?If you selected employee engagement, explain how you would promote greater engagement among your organization’s employees.3. Create a logic model that depicts your organization and what you, as a leader, would do to address the issues you see in the analysis above.Submit your responses in a 1–2-page paper, and append the logic model at the end of this document (total of 2-3 pages).