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**PLEASE READ BEFORE BEGINNING! I ONLY need questions #3 and #7 done. I will do

**PLEASE READ BEFORE BEGINNING! I ONLY need questions #3 and #7 done. I will do the rest. I am including in the files the work I have already done on this assignment to help with answering the two questions. Use the information from my work to help. Make sure when answering #7 that you read my answer to question 4 so you know what type of surveillance system I am chosing to use in this scenario. Also, please use the website links my professor has included in her instructions. I am also attaching all the pages from the chapter of the book that you may use. If you need to cite the book, use it (Landesman et al., 2021) I will do the references at the end, so no need to do any references unless you use a source that is not included in the instructions. **
PROFESSOR INSTRUCTIONS
There were a lot of “rumors” and facts related to COVID-19 regarding treatment and what was happening (and continues to happen) in the rest of the world. Read Chapter 5 — it discusses surveillance, rumors, and disaster information systems. I am sharing with you again the GIS map link:
https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
Appendix BB has useful internet references and resources. I would like you to look through some of those resources. I have shared a link to the CDC on this week’s page and their surveillance information:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/covidview/index.html
Watch the following video on surveillance:

Your Discussion Scenario:
Select any contagious illness.
Now, imagine you were working for your local health department and you need to set up surveillance for a local elementary school which has approximately 500 students.
1. Identify your contagious illness. DO NOT DO!
2. Describe the factors that make it contagious and describe the symptoms. DO NOT DO!
3. What would you want to consider when thinking about setting up your surveillance system? ANSWER THIS QUESTION
4. Which surveillance system would be best to use — passive, active, rumor, syndromic, and sentinel. DO NOT DO!
5. Would you use GIS to help? DO NOT DO!
6. Who are your risk groups? DO NOT DO!
7. How would you in theory set it up, what would you look for? (This is your implementation plan). ANSWER THIS QUESTION
8. How will you communicate the presence of this illness in the school to parents? DO NOT DO!
9. What will be included in this communication? – DO NOT DO!
Be creative!
Please use your text, the CDC website and any other information relating to public health surveillance. This is more of a theory and what would be “ideal”.
Since many of you have children in school, you may have experience in how your child’s school handled surveillance for a contagious illness.

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Chapter 2 – A Review of Academic Leadership Theories and ConceptsLinks to an ext

Chapter 2 – A Review of Academic Leadership Theories and ConceptsLinks to an external site.
In: Leadership in Healthcare
Chapter 1 – The Leadership ImperativeLinks to an external site.
In: Leadership in Healthcare
Chapter 7 – Identify and Develop Your Leadership Style Links to an external site.
In: The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide
2 action items:
1. Respond to this meme with a video of yourself explaining the connection of this meme to this week’s readings
AND then
2. Discuss 3 facts that you found interesting from the readings/videos this week. Be sure to state the title of each article/chapter/video you are referring to and make sure that your interesting facts are in your OWN words (summarizing).
The Meme is a Boss and Leader

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There were a lot of “rumors” and facts related to COVID-19 regarding treatment a

There were a lot of “rumors” and facts related to COVID-19 regarding treatment and what was happening (and continues to happen) in the rest of the world. Read Chapter 5 — it discusses surveillance, rumors, and disaster information systems. I am sharing with you again the GIS map link: https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 (Links to an external site.)
Appendix BB has useful internet references and resources. I would like you to look through some of those resources. I have shared a link to the CDC on this week’s page and their surveillance information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/covidview/index.html (Links to an external site.)
Watch the following video on surveillance:

Your Discussion Scenario:
Select any contagious illness. THE ILLNESS I HAVE CHOSEN IS THE NOROVIRUS
Now, imagine you were working for your local health department and you need to set up surveillance for a local elementary school which has approximately 500 students.
1. Identify your contagious illness. DO NOT DO
2. Describe the factors that make it contagious and describe the symptoms. DO NOT DO
3. What would you want to consider when thinking about setting up your surveillance system?
4. Which surveillance system would be best to use — passive, active, rumor, syndromic, and sentinel. DO NOT DO
5. Would you use GIS to help? DO NOT DO
6. Who are your risk groups? DO NOT DO
7. How would you in theory set it up, what would you look for? (This is your implementation plan).
8. How will you communicate the presence of this illness in the school to parents? DO NOT DO
9. What will be included in this communication? DO NOT DO
ONLY DO QUESTIONS 3 &7 AS I WILL HAVE DONE THE REST.
I HAVE ADDED THE CHAPTER FROM THE BOOK IN THE FILES TO USE AS REFERENCE AND ALSO PLEASE USE THE LINKS PROVIDED TO ANDWER THE TWO QUESTIONS WITH PROPER APA CITATION
Be creative!
Please use your text, the CDC website and any other information relating to public health surveillance. This is more of a theory and what would be “ideal”.
Since many of you have children in school, you may have experience in how your child’s school handled surveillance for a contagious illness.

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Chapter 2 – A Review of Academic Leadership Theories and ConceptsLinks to an ext

Chapter 2 – A Review of Academic Leadership Theories and ConceptsLinks to an external site.
In: Leadership in Healthcare
Chapter 1 – The Leadership ImperativeLinks to an external site.
In: Leadership in Healthcare
Chapter 7 – Identify and Develop Your Leadership Style Links to an external site.
In: The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide
2 action items:
1. Respond to this meme with a video of yourself explaining the connection of this meme to this week’s readings
AND then
2. Discuss 3 facts that you found interesting from the readings/videos this week. Be sure to state the title of each article/chapter/video you are referring to and make sure that your interesting facts are in your OWN words (summarizing).
The Meme is a Boss and Leader

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There were a lot of “rumors” and facts related to COVID-19 regarding treatment a

There were a lot of “rumors” and facts related to COVID-19 regarding treatment and what was happening (and continues to happen) in the rest of the world. Read Chapter 5 — it discusses surveillance, rumors, and disaster information systems. I am sharing with you again the GIS map link: https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 (Links to an external site.)
Appendix BB has useful internet references and resources. I would like you to look through some of those resources. I have shared a link to the CDC on this week’s page and their surveillance information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/covidview/index.html (Links to an external site.)
Watch the following video on surveillance:

Your Discussion Scenario:
Select any contagious illness. THE ILLNESS I HAVE CHOSEN IS THE NOROVIRUS
Now, imagine you were working for your local health department and you need to set up surveillance for a local elementary school which has approximately 500 students.
1. Identify your contagious illness. DO NOT DO
2. Describe the factors that make it contagious and describe the symptoms. DO NOT DO
3. What would you want to consider when thinking about setting up your surveillance system?
4. Which surveillance system would be best to use — passive, active, rumor, syndromic, and sentinel. DO NOT DO
5. Would you use GIS to help? DO NOT DO
6. Who are your risk groups? DO NOT DO
7. How would you in theory set it up, what would you look for? (This is your implementation plan).
8. How will you communicate the presence of this illness in the school to parents? DO NOT DO
9. What will be included in this communication? DO NOT DO
ONLY DO QUESTIONS 3 &7 AS I WILL HAVE DONE THE REST.
I HAVE ADDED THE CHAPTER FROM THE BOOK IN THE FILES TO USE AS REFERENCE AND ALSO PLEASE USE THE LINKS PROVIDED TO ANDWER THE TWO QUESTIONS WITH PROPER APA CITATION
Be creative!
Please use your text, the CDC website and any other information relating to public health surveillance. This is more of a theory and what would be “ideal”.
Since many of you have children in school, you may have experience in how your child’s school handled surveillance for a contagious illness.

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Read about both managed care and fee-for-service health plans. In a short paragr

Read about both managed care and fee-for-service health plans. In a short paragraph, discuss the similarities and differences between these plans. Next, respond to the following question: Does managed care give greater accountability for quality of care than fee-for-service? Why or why not? Use at least one specific example in your post

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Open the small Excel database that you have been using each week. With that data

Open the small Excel database that you have been using each week.
With that database, create a 95% confidence interval for age—both by hand and using Excel to calculate the pieces you need to perform the calculation.
Also, assuming that the distribution of age has a normal shape, determine the age percentile of the 72-year-old male in the data set – both by hand and using Excel to calculate the pieces you need to perform the calculation. See example 5.13. in your text book for additional help.

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You are the head of a 5 member team at your work place. describe briefly your te

You are the head of a 5 member team at your work place. describe briefly your team set up and role of various members in your team.
On basis of your team and work requirements, explain which soft skills are essential for you as leader of this team and strategies you will adopt to develop these soft skills.

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As your EBP skills grow, you may be called upon to share your expertise with oth

As your EBP skills grow, you may be called upon to share your expertise with others. While EBP practice is often conducted with unique outcomes in mind, EBP practitioners who share their results can both add to the general body of knowledge and serve as an advocate for the application of EBP.
In this Discussion, you will explore strategies for disseminating EBP within your organization, community, or industry. Review the Resources and reflect on the various strategies presented throughout the course that may be helpful in disseminating effective and widely cited EBP.
This may include: unit-level or organizational-level presentations, poster presentations, and podium presentations at organizational, local, regional, state, and national levels, as well as publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Reflect on which type of dissemination strategy you might use to communicate EBP. Post at least two dissemination strategies you would be most inclined to use and explain why. Explain which dissemination strategies you would be least inclined to use and explain why. Identify at least two barriers you might encounter when using the dissemination strategies you are most inclined to use. Be specific and provide examples. Explain how you might overcome the barriers you identified.

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Aelect a region or country from Africa or Asia and single out one persistent hea

Aelect a region or country from Africa or Asia and single out one persistent health problem. Analyze the current status of this health problem and investigate what the national government is undertaking to address this health problem. Be sure you address the following:
1. What are international organizations such as the United Nations (U.N), World Health Organization ((WHO), United States Agency for International Development (USAID)or the World Bank undertaking to contribute to the solution of the problem?
2. Do you think the problem will be addressed by these aforementioned measures? Why or why not?