Week 4 Module 4: A Deeper Look at Prevention and Aggregates
During week four, you will complete course activities related to prevention and aggregates while taking a deeper dive when looking at aggregates and prevention.
· Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Levels of Prevention – you do read about this during Weeks 1 & 2 and in Nies & McEwen’s text, Chapter 1, however this week you will add to your knowledge level about population health prevention levels. SMSU Nursing uses the four levels of prevention: primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary. Be aware that some sources use three levels of prevention, and some sources use four levels of prevention!
By the end of this week, students will:
· Describe what an aggregate population means.
· Describe an aggregate population.
· Describe the meanings of primary, secondary, tertiary prevention, and quaternary prevention.
· Explain examples of primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary prevention.
1. Complete Aggregate and Prevention Worksheet
2. View Virtual Module: Leibold (2021) Levels of Prevention at
3. Read: Minnesota Department of Health. (2019). Public health interventions (PopulationBased).
4. Read: Minnesota Department of Health. Population-Based Practice at
5. Complete items in the Module 4 content folder
1. Complete Aggregate and Population worksheet assignment due to assignment drop box on //23 by 9/17/23 by 11:59 pm
2. **Start thinking about your community assessment project. This is a time to start conducting your windshield/walking survey and setting up your key informant interview (refer to Week 6 module instructions as well as the course syllabus)
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