Define the concepts of asset-mapping and GIS mapping. Describe one major advantage and one major limitation for each concept in the context of conducting a community health assessment. Include a specific example of an instance when it would be recommended to use one concept rather than the other and explain why this is the case
Describe the key features of descriptive and analytic epidemiology. How are the two used in conjunction with one another?
Are host, agent, and environment equally important in the natural history of disease, or is one feature more critical than the others? Justify your reasoning.
Develop or illustrate a timeline of epidemiologic milestones in public health. What is one of the most significant milestones to you? Why?
What were early conceptions of the cause of disease?
Using the attached PowerPoint I need help with these questions below: 1.Describe 2 key strength and 2 key limitations you discovered. 2.Pick a recent disaster from the headlines and think through how the exercise approach would assist in mitigation, during disaster responses, and post-disaster responses. What would be so
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative data when conducting a community health assessment. Give 2 examples each for when qualitative and quantitative data may be more appropriate in community health assessment.
I need help with the following questions. 1. Name the 2 major threats from a radiation emergency. 2. Hypothetically, how would the media probably portray the event and what would a likely specific result be? 3. How can public health officials & emergency managers are proactive in disseminating information without caus
Please help me to identify and briefly explain two current public health challenges. Identify the gaps in associated research. Discuss ways to overcome these public health challenges.
Disease clusters indicate a cause and effect relationship. Please help explain why this is true. Please give an example of one disease with an established connection and one example of a disease with only an associated risk factor currently known. What are some key differences between the concepts of causation and association wi
Discuss in detail, the ongoing drug-related violence in Brazil, the target population of this catastrophe, and how this catastrophe affects health outcomes in the country. Please indicate any references to support statistics and findings.
Describe how descriptive epidemiology is used in disease surveillance. Identify the professionals and agencies that conduct disease and environmental surveillance.
1. State the correct Latin name of the disease and briefly describe the disease including the pathogen, vector, life cycle and incubation period, primary mode of transmission, and the signs and symptoms of the disease? 2. Briefly describe the epidemiology of Guinea Worm Disease over the past 30 years? 3. Briefly describ
Briefly describe 2 health outcomes for China and India where the experiences were different. Explain the reasons for these disparities. Identify the experience of health outcomes in Kerala, India and suggest reasons for why they are similar or different than the rest of India.
What are the effects of globalization of health, poverty, human rights, and the environment in the U.S. and Japan? What are 2 population health challenges attributed to economic conditions of both countries? Indicate 2 public health interventions to overcome these challenges
Need the epidemiology and etiology for cancers of the brain
Discuss the possible health effects that have been associated with exposure to electric and magnetic fields and ionizing radiation. What methodological difficulties exist with respect to investigations of the health effects of these forms of radiation?
Briefly identify how reconstruction after World War II contributed to Japan's contemporary health status. Summarize one significant political feature and one legal feature of Japan's contemporary health care system that contributes to Japan's population health status. Offer two reasons (historical, political, legal, and/
Chernobyl accident , Ukraine and finally the nuclear accident that occurred at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant.
According to the International Atomic Energy Authority they have identified 33 serious incidents and accidents at nuclear power stations since the first recorded one in 1952 at Chalk River in Ontario, Canada. The two accidents you will review with this assignment include theChernobyl accident that occurred in1986 in the Ukraine
I am doing a power point presentation and I need Diseases Indigenous to Israel and I cannot find anything current other than H5N1 Avian Influenza No human cases have been reported. Cases reported in poultry in Israel, including the West Bank and Gaza from the CDC and in 1994 Three vector-borne diseases, Mediterranean spotted fev
What new vaccines have been introduced and how they are marketed?
Identify and explain an element of cultural health capital in addition to how medical providers can work to enhance it. Explain how cultural health capital can be incorporated into antiobiotic treatment and immunizations.
Infectious diseases like HIV and AIDS are contracted through personal contact and are major issues in developing countries. However, chronic diseases currently have the largest impact on the nation's health. Nearly 75% of healthcare dollars are spent on the treatment of chronic diseases. For example, diabetes, cancer, and heart
TDH staff were skeptical of the student's report but felt that a minimal amount of exploration was necessary. They began by making a few telephone calls to establish the facts and determine if other persons were similarly affected. The pizzeria, where the student and his roommate had eaten, was closed until 11:00 A.M. Ther
Based on this week's readings and your knowledge of epidemiological concepts address the following questions: - Which offices need to respond? How would you coordinate a response? - Did the case require an immediate public health response? - Determine what type of emergency is described in the case. Is this an epidemic,
Epidemiology is the study of epidemics. More specifically, it is the study of the occurrence and distribution of health problems. Using any of the epidemiological techniques outlined in the chapters from this week's reading, address the questions for one of the case studies outlined below. • Epidemiological Case #1: Gastr
Please help me to explain the phrase: "we are all born equal," and how it constrains how society thinks about early life.... What does this concept overlook or mask? Identify and explain how life origins and health can influence adult morbidity... What are two challenges to addressing the upstream risk and protective dete
How does the nurse's knowledge of the community relate to evidence-based practice? Why is it important?
In my epidemiology class we have been asked the above question. I have some info but would like more.
Please help weighing the benefits and the potential problems of using ProMed for surveillance purposes. I need an elaborate response and some examples. Please provide some references, as well, so that I may investigate further.
Please provide the advantages of using the ProMED-mail system to track the outbreak of diseases internationally.