To identify a risk population, you need to select a group that shares a similar environmental or individual characteristic which puts them in a higher risk of a particular health issue. You can do this by reviewing the health literature and data, and consulting community groups.
After identifying a group at risk, it is possible to develop an intervention plan in collaboration with professionals. This will take into consideration the determinants for health, resources available, and any activities which contribute towards health or prevention. Evidence-based care practices and culturally appropriate treatment should be evaluated. Also, programs that aim to solve health problems or local disaster plans need to be evaluated.
The effectiveness of the practical proposal will be evaluated through the practice presentation and then presented to your colleagues. It is important to promote collaborative approaches to address disparities and improve the health outcomes of populations that are at high risk.