- Choose a topic from the list provided to you by your course faculty. Apply the concepts of population health and epidemiology to the topic.
- Synthesize Course content from Weeks 1-5 according to the following sections:
- Introduction: Analysis of the communicable disease (causes, symptoms, mode of transmission, complications, treatment) to include demographic break down that includes age, gender, race, or other at-risk indicators (da ta per demographics should include mortality, morbidity, incidence, and prevalence).
- Determinants of Health: Define, identify and synthesize the determinants of health as related to the development of the infection. Utilize HP2020.
- Epidemiological Triad: Identify and describe all elements of the epidemiological triad: Host factors, agent factors (presence or absence), and environmental factors. Utilize the demographic break down to fur ther describe the triad.
- Role of the NP: Succinctly define the role of the nurse practitioner according to a national nurse practitioner organization ( National Board of Nursing or AANP, for example) and synthesize the role to the management of infectious diseases (surveillance, primary/secondary/tertiary interventions, reporting, data collecting, data analysis, and follow-up). This includes the integration of a model of practice which supports the implementation of an evidence-based practice. Refer to your course textbook for models of practice examples.
Introduction Measles is caused by the Rubeola virus (Paramyxovirus family). Measles is an acute systemic viral infection. Its main symptoms included Kolpik’s spots, fever, and a rash. Measles is a highly contagious disease that might cause serious complications including deaths. The epidemiology of Measles is spread by the airborne route from respiratory secretions. The symptoms include cough lasting over 3 days followed by a rash and fever, this is considered to be a prodrome. The first 7-14 days after the Rubeola virus attacks the system, the individual will begin with high fever, runny nose, and might also suffer of conjunctivitis….Kindly click the purchase icon to purchase the full solution at $10