Thecommunity audience expects a lecture that they stand to gain fromattendance and will contribute in a positive way in their lives andthe society as a whole. Hence, structuring such a lecture should seekto address all their needs considering that the community has peoplewith different literacy levels (Minkler& Wallerstein, 2011).The aim is presenting a lecture that discusses the variety of healthcare delivery systems, their settings and the categories in thehealth care system, there is the need to arrange all the major pointsin simple but comprehensive notes that every individual canunderstand.
Thestructure for the presentation would take the following form:
Highlight the different health options in the society which provide health care solutions. It depends on the seriousness of the condition that a patient has which may require them to visit a public hospital, a private institution or a general clinic.
Pinpoint the need to have a health insurance as it helps once a patient may need hospital admission for the further medical checkup.
Address the diseases and conditions that health insurance covers. It will help demystify and solve commonly asked questions on insurance depending on the amount that a person contributes at the end of the month.
Educate the public on the ranks of hospitals and the cost of health care in the different hospitals. It will help them know of the options they have when in a medical condition.
Highlight on the categories of the health care professionals that people with different financial needs can afford. Inform them of the options they have in case they require extensive medical care that one hospital does not provide.
Atthe end of the presentation, ensure that the community understandsthe information presented in the lecture.
Minkler,M., & Wallerstein, N. (Eds.). (2011). Community-basedparticipatory research for health: From process to outcomes.John Wiley & Sons.