POWER Program Curriculum

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POWER Program Curriculum

Description

The POWER Program is an innovative project designed to help participating veterans manage high blood pressure and other chronic conditions. This Web site provides training materials for the peer health leaders who are the centerpiece of the program. 

The POWER Curriculum contains everything the POWER team used to plan, conduct, and evaluate a community-level training program that taught a group of volunteers to effectively lead health education sessions and activities at their affiliated organizations and to model healthy behaviors for their peers.

The curriculum has three main categories:

  • 8-hour training session
  • Mini training sessions 
  • Monitoring and evaluation activities

Developer:

Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center; Medical College of Wisconsin

History

Release Date: 2010
Date Verified: 09/17/14
Original Summary: May 2014
Last Updated: 09/10/14

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