June 20, 2019

The Outbreak Process

The Outbreak Process In the first chapter of Outbreak Investigations Around the World (OIATW), Dworkin writes, “Outbreak Work is Reactive.” He describes the process as being an organic and goes on to explain that many of the steps in the process can sometimes get switched or eliminated. What are your thoughts on his analysis? As a fun first exercise, select the step you think is the most critical during an investigation. Critically think through the outbreak process and how it may change during the investigation. Think through the steps and explain your rationale for choosing the step you did, and […]
June 20, 2019

Fad Diet Analysis

Analysis Instructions You will select a fad diet from the list below and evaluate its nutrient-density, sustainability, and overall efficacy by addressing the following items: • Description of the fad diet of your choice • Advertised benefit • Long-term success rate • Associated costs • Permitted foods and/or nutrients • Excluded foods and/or nutrients • Potential nutritional pitfalls (what are the potential consequences of adhering to this diet?) • A typical day of food on this diet • Your personal opinion of this diet • Any other relevant statistics or information This assignment is worth a maximum of 20 extra […]
June 20, 2019

Real outbreak investigations

Throughout this course we will be reading and discussing anecdotes of real outbreak investigations using a unique textbook. In parallel with your course introductions, let’s introduce some of the diseases we will be exploring in the coming weeks. Select a disease from any of the chapters in Outbreak Investigations Around the World and provide detailed information regarding the epidemiological characteristics. Information should include but is not limited to: o Mode of Transmission o Incubation Period o Communicability/infectivity o Pathogenicity o Virulence o Immunogenicity o Herd Immunity o Intrinsic Properties o Pathogenetic Mechanism Be creative and attach images, graphs, etc to […]
June 20, 2019

Miniature Research Project and Survey

As a health information manager, you will be responsible for designing strategic plans and you will also find yourself in a position in which you will have to educate your subordinates, superiors, and the community. Imagine that you have landed a job as chief health information officer of a small health organization. One of your principal tasks is to ready the organization for a health informatics implementation initiative. One of the first things in the planning phases for health informatics initiatives is an organizational assessment.  Review the literature on health informatics and business strategies.  Complete a 3–5 page […]
June 20, 2019

Healthy Alternatives

This assignment consists of two parts which are mentioned in attachments. Please read the rubric and parts named as expectations addressed carefully as these expectations are vital for the paper. I am also uploading an example of the assignment from my friend which is a good example of it. Thanks
June 20, 2019

Revising Canada’s Food Guide

In this assignment, some changes should be made to Canada’s food guide. please see the file named Assignment for more details. I have also included the rubric and course content related to the assignment (textbook) and an example of the paper from my friend. I need references that can be found on the internet
June 20, 2019

Dietary Analysis Project

Dietary Analysis Project PART 2: ANALYSIS Part 2 of the Dietary Analysis Project requires you to thoughtfully analyze your current dietary practices. Part 2 should be completed using professional writing. Your analysis should include the following paragraphs.  First Paragraph: Evaluation of your current energy intake and Body Mass Index (BMI): How does your energy (kcal) intake compare to your recommendation? Were you surprised by your energy intake? Why or why not? Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI). Does your BMI fall within the “underweight,” “healthy,” or “overweight” range? Do you think BMI is an appropriate metric for evaluating your […]
June 20, 2019

Physical and Mental Health

Can you please answer each question with 100 words or more as long as each question is covered. Thanks. 1.Food Labels: Do you read labels at the grocery store before making food choices? Why or why not? 2.One-third of children in the United States are obese. Who or what is at fault for this? Why? 3.Addictions Affect Many: How does addiction affect those involved, including the user, partner, children, family, and friends? 4.Is there an “addiction gene” that makes some people more vulnerable to developing addictions? Explain. 5.Infectious Disease Risk Factors: What are the major controllable risk factors for contracting […]
June 20, 2019

Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Health

Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Health: It’s Impact on Fitness Please describe in 1 page, how cardio-vascular efficiency can aid in the improvement or prevention of negative health conditions (i.e. circulatory disease) over the lifespan. State three benefits of high levels of cardio-vascular efficiency for two different age groups. Include, how the overload principle applies to cardio-vascular fitness levels by discussing differing training techniques. i.e. HIIT / Interval Training / Fitness Walking etc. Please submit on time. Today Thursday, May 3,2018 @ 8:00 PM ( Pacific Time), 11:00 PM (Eastern Time). You DO NOT have to read/view all below: What […]
June 20, 2019

The Early Days of AIDS in the United States: A Personal Perspective

Consider the controversy of the early recommendation that all men who have sex with men refrain from blood donation rather than just men who have sex with men with “multiple sexual partners” (a term left undefined). Do you agree or disagree with this early recommendation in the context of what was and what was not understood about AIDS in the early 1980’s? If a new condition emerged today (one like AIDS) that appeared to be infectious and could be transferred by blood transfusion but for which no test had yet been created to allow for blood donor screening, and if […]
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