Salmonella In The Caribbean.
Salmonella In The Caribbean.
III. Levels of Prevention: In this section, you will describe the prevention strategies used by the epidemiologists in the research study. You will identify a strategy for each level of prevention and differentiate between the strategies. A. Describe a primary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the health issue of the specific population. B. Describe a secondary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the health issue of the specific population.
C. Describe a tertiary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the health issue of the specific population. D. Explain how the primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies differ in how they address the key factors impacting the health issue in the research study.
IV. Conclusion: Now that you have analyzed the research study, you will develop a research question to further investigate the specific health issue and population, select an appropriate research design, and explain the importance of the research to the field of public health. A. Using your analysis of the research study, develop a research question to further investigate the specific public health issue and impacted population. B. Determine whether an observational or experimental research design would be more appropriate to investigate your research question. Be sure to justify your determination. C. Explain the importance of further research for improving the quality of health in the specific population. What is the potential benefit?
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