Describe a specific, communicable disease outbreak.Application of Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing

Describe a specific, communicable disease outbreak.Application of Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing

Application of Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing
With the increased mobility of human populations, diseases can quickly spread around the world. In addition, changes in vaccination practices have indicated an increase in communicable diseases that were once thought to be under control. These global health issues present new problems for community health officials. In this task, you will analyze a specific, recent outbreak of a global communicable disease that has crossed international borders (i.e. TB outbreak, Haiti to U.S.). Choose one of the following communicable disease outbreaks to address in your task:• avian influenza• measles• respiratory syndrome coronavirus• meningococcal disease• tuberculosis• malariaNote: If you are a student who does not reside in the state of California, you were incorrectly enrolled in this performance assessment and should be enrolled in a different one. Please contact Ecare@WGU.edu to rectify this error.Requirements:A. Analyze the selected communicable disease outbreak by doing the following:1. Describe a specific, communicable disease outbreak.Note: This may include the name of the disease, countries involved, date discovered, and date disease reached certain countries.2. Analyze the epidemiological determinants of the outbreak.a. Discuss the route of transmission of the disease causing the outbreak.b. Discuss any risk factors involved.3. Discuss how the outbreak could affect your community at a systems level (i.e., how it will affect the functioning of schools, local government, businesses, hospitals).4. Explain what the reporting protocol would be if an outbreak were to occur in your community.5. Develop a plan for how you would report about the outbreak to key stakeholders in your community.6. Discuss strategies (e.g., patient education strategies, community education strategies) that you would recommend to prevent an outbreak in your