You may find it helpful to visit the following websites regarding evidence-based, population-focused practice: What Works for Health (Find the section Policy or Program.) View the video, Tools to Change our World Prepare to discuss the following prompts: Based upon your reading and community assessment experiences identify a population-centered best practice model (Policy or Program, not the Intervention Wheel) or evidence-based approach to care that addresses the needs of a selected at-risk population. A best practice model policy or program is an approach to solving a population-centered problem that has been proven to work and can be used to model a similar idea. State your selection. What factors contribute to the vulnerability of the at-risk population you stated? How does the identified best practice model or evidence-based approach address the needs of this at-risk population? Specifically, what are two ways through which health disparities are addressed to improve the health status of this at-risk population? Considering the Intervention Wheel model of population-focused interventions – and considering the evidence-based approaches you investigated through the web resources above, from the 17 categories, select three categories of population-focused interventions and describe how each would augment efforts in your community to improve population health outcomes for this at-risk population. Explain your selections. Research and select at least two current scholarly sources to support your explanations and insights. OCLS resources are preferred sources and can be accessed through IWU Resources. Wikipedia is not permitted, as it is not a peer-reviewed, scholarly source.