Critically discuss a range of alternative strategies and interventions in relation to your chosen project, (these may already exist) identify and evaluate the benefits of your chosen project for commissioning/practice innovation.
Management of the Science and Practice of Public
This section will provide context and rationale for your chosen project. Consider wider population needs and partnership working where appropriate.
Explore the background and context for your proposal, with reference to the literature and where appropriate include the political, social, economic and cultural influences for your project. It is important to consider local, national and international perspectives, where applicable. You could include examples of similar projects which have been identified as successful in the literature.
What is the approach and why has it been selected against other possible options.
Critically discuss a range of alternative strategies and interventions in relation to your chosen project, (these may already exist) identify and evaluate the benefits of your chosen project for commissioning/practice innovation. Examine the strengths and weaknesses of your proposal including limitations.
Benefits, risks and ethical issues
Critically consider the benefits and risks and include relevant discussion of ethical issues which may be significant in your proposal. Ensure theory is linked to practice in this discussion and analysis to demonstrate the evidence base for your proposed service. Include the relevance to individuals, families and communities in this section,