Two goals of healthy people are to “reduce substance abuse to protect the health, safety, and quality of life for all, especially children, and reduce illness, disability, and death related to tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure” (Substance Abuse, 2010). Nurses play an important role in educating individuals of all ages in health promotion. It is important that this education takes place early on before children may be influenced by their peers in experimenting with these substances. Because parents are the initial teachers and role models, it is important that nurses assist parents in providing direction to their children on these topics. Primary Task Response: write 250 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. You are required to use 1 scholarly resource (within the past 5 years), in addition to your textbook (Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Author: Carolyn L. Murdaugh; Mary Ann Parsons; Nola J. Pender Publisher: Pearson Learning Solutions ISBN: 9780135497364). Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas: You will be creating a teaching plan for parents of school-age kids, which includes information about tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. Conduct a phone interview with a school nurse at a local school. Ask the following questions: What is the number one substance abuse problem in your population (smoking, alcohol, illegal drugs, inappropriate prescription drug use, etc.)? Identify the age of the general population that you are focusing on. What prevention strategies are taken at the school to reduce the incidence of substance abuse? Based upon the interview, develop a prevention teaching plan on substance abuse for school-age children. How would you present the information? What would you include in your teaching instruction? Consider using this Web site as a resource: National Association of School Nurses Inc(US).https://schoolnursenet.nasn.org/home Be sure to properly cite your personal interview in APA format.