1) Use recent public surveillance data to identify a problem. What is the problem? Why is this a public health problem?

1) Use recent public surveillance data to identify a problem. What is the problem? Why is this a public health problem? Explain those at a risk, both demographically and geographically. Be as specific as possible. [1 page]
2) Analyze the causes of the public health problem and identify the stakeholders relevant to the problem. [2 pages]
3) What intervention(s) do you propose to mitigate the problem? [2 pages]
4) How those solutions would be implemented within the public health and/or health care delivery system? Develop a plan that is supported by scientific evidence. [2 pages]
5) References [1 page] at least 10 references
You should have a cover page, as a separate page (not included in the 8 pages). On the cover page, put your name and the date on which you are turning it in, the course name and number. Number the pages in your paper. Do this on the bottom of each page, either centered or on the right. Your text should be double-spaced, with 12-point font and 1’’ margins.
It is vital to practice your skills of summarizing information in your own words. Always paraphrase! Direct quotations will be flagged by the plagiarism check in UBLearns and points will be deducted accordingly.
About In-text Citations and References
You must cite at least 10 references. Note, this is vitally important, that for every idea and scientific finding, you should indicate the primary source of the information. In-text citations and the references should follow the AMA style.

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