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Health Promotion Project

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Transcript of Health Promotion Project

Health Promotion Project-
Seminar

Presentation

1

Activity 1-->
Actions for Love 2013
Activity 3-->
The 49th Child Health Competition
Background
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Principles
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Principles
Background
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Principles
Background
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Principles
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Principles
Lo Mei Kei Maggie HD13057
Ng Mei Kwan HD13067
Tam Po Ying HD13077
Wong Chung Yan HD13087
Yu Lai Wa HD13097

AIM

Name of organization
Suicide Prevention Services

Nature
Dressing in GOD OF Death for fundraising purpose

Objective
Promoting life value, prevent teens from suicide
Date and Time

26th Oct,2013 (12:00-20:00)
28th-31st Oct,2013 (18:30-22:00)

Venue
Central & Causeway Bay

Target
All people, but mainly teenagers
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cceptable
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ccessible
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ppropriate
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vailable
Bad image of the GOD OF DEATH
Not widely acceptable due to culture shock and religion differences(i.e. Christians)

only takes place in Central
and Causeway Bay(outdoors)

our target who really attempt to suicide may not go outside to participate

~Ineffective service
Halloween hardly related to life value
teenagers may only treat as a celebration for Halloween, may easily ignore the message behind
frequency of health service
--> low
-->not long-lasting
First point of
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ontact
C
ontinue
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lient Centre
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omprehensive
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o-ordinate
~single program
only lasts for three days
the event is for the whole public
->but not specifically to those who has suicidal thought and seeking for help
mainly targets at teenagers
only takes place in Causeway Bay and Central
fundraising activity for their own organization
Name of organization
Methodist Centre- Aldrich Bay Integrated Children & Youth Services

Nature
- Four days of trainings
- Equip volunteers to serve the visually impaired elderly
--> let them experience the blind's life

Objective
- Arouse public awareness for the visually impaired persons
- Promote understanding of the life and needs of the blind

Date and Time

- Training date for volunteers: 16/10, 23/10,
30/10, 6/11(WED) 19:30-21:00
- Service date: 9/11(SAT) 13:45pm-17:00

Venue
Methodist centre
& One organization in East District

Target
Visually impaired elderly
Date and Time
13/10/2013 (0800-1700)

Venue
D Block G/F, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Target and capacity of participants
Aged 3-11 (~700)
Nature
Health Assessment
-->measuring participants’ blood pressure, head circumference, body height and weight, color blindness, etc.



Activity 2
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Principles
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cceptable
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ccessible
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vailable
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cceptable
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ccessible
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ffordable
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ppropriate
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vailable
First point of
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ontact
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ontinue
C
omprehensive
C
o-ordinate
First point of
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ontact
C
ontinue
Conclusion
One-off service
Merely visiting
--> can’t really alleviate the blind’s life and
meet their needs
Diverged focus
~training of volunteers becomes the main aim


Lack of variety (limited to visiting only)
Lack of continuity(1 day of visit only)
Lack of publicity (a very small-scaled)
~only 12 volunteers are able to join


Not held annually or constantly
small range of activities for the elderly
only focus on one centre and one type of the blind(elderly)

lack of different organizations to coordinate
-->can't maximize the benefits
of the service
Name of the host organization
Hong Kong Paediatric Foundation,
The Boys’ & Girls’ Club Association of Hong Kong

Name of the co-organization
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
The Hong Kong Paediatirc Society,
Department of Paediatric
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Objective
-Encourage healthy lifestyles of children
-Enhance parent’s attention on child’s mental and physical heath
-Arouse public awareness on child’s holistic development
-Create a happy and healthy environment

Aim(child health) meets public concern
Social trend: increasing child health problem

Low transportation and time costs
~Easily reached (MTR, Minibus, Bus)
Easily notified
~Effective promotion(directly approach kindergartens, primary schools, post in hospital)

Free of charge
well-supported by many organizations (Wyeth, Disneyland, Hang Seng Bank, Yellow Bus, Fibe Mini, Nestle, Pocari sweat, Dr. Kong etc)
Doctors, PTs and OTs
would assess children individually
provide professional advices

Held every year
-->According to Student Health Service, we need annual body check
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o-ordinate
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lient Centre
-Different professions
(i.e. student nurses of QE nursing school, pediatric housemen of CUHK and PT,OT of the PolyU)
-Fundings from the Disneyland, Dr. Kong, Pocari Sweat, Yellow Bus, etc.

encourage students to identify
and participate into different health promotion activities
49th Child Health
Competition
C
omprehensive
- All-rounded body check
- Competition--> three parts
(basic health, physical activity and mental intelligence check)

3 Choices
Actions for Love 2013
The 49th Child Health
Competition
Only people passing through Causeway Bay and Central

very limited promotions
just inform the elderly right before the visits


Inexperienced volunteers
The blind: low self-esteem and lack of confidence

--> not trust volunteers, may feel
insecure

A
ppropriate
Volunteer-centred instead of client-centred

(more effort on training volunteer)
C
lient Centre
Promotion work does not cover most of the centres for visually impaired elderly
->Not convenient or easy to notice
this activity

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Main concern: benefits of children
- Grouping children by their age
(facilitate body check, consultation of
doctors)
- Follow-ups or referrals to suitable specialties

- Annual competition
- Already 49th anniversary
- Ensure continuous collections of data for research and comparison

*Children
-Promotion work widely covers kindergartens and primary schools
-Easy to apply via different organizations


THE END
References
Suicide Prevention Services. (2009) Retrieved from http://www.sps.org.hk/
Volunteer Movement. (2013) Retrieved from http://106.10.137.112/search/srpcache?ei=UTF-8&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.volunteering-hk.org%2Ftc%2Fswd_service_opportunities_advance_search%2Fdetails%2F1154%2Fsearch&meta=rst%3Dhk&fr=FP-tab-web-t&u=http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=http%3a%2f%2fwww.volunteering-hk.org%2ftc%2fswd_service_opportunities_advance_search%2fdetails%2f1154%2fsearch&d=4764331113188177&mkt=zh-HK&setlang=zh-HK&w=xAFsX02Pjop2kWblJKY57vgjYitYtp5w&icp=1&.intl=hk&sig=G4COc_EuAZIVSeoCbd.u6w--
The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong. (2012) Retrieved from http://www.bgca.org.hk/files/bgca/News/2013hkhccleflet.pdf
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