Final Project Submission: Epidemiological Research Study Report

For your final project, you will develop an epidemiological research study report on the provided research study, “Salmonella in the Caribbean,” which
investigates a public health issue impacting a specific population. In your project, you will analyze the population impacted by the public health issue to
accomplish the following:
Make connections between social and behavioral determinants and disparities.
Analyze the health issue to determine key epidemiologic principles and identify patterns and trends.
Examine the levels of prevention used in the research study. For the conclusion to your research study report, you will develop a research question to further investigate the public health issue and population, and to
determine an appropriate research design to investigate the research question.
Specifically, you must address the critical elements listed below. Most of the critical elements align with a particular course outcome (shown in brackets).
I. Population: In this section of your report, you will summarize key elements of the research study and analyze the population impacted by the health
issue.
A. Summarize the people, places, and times represented in the research study to provide context for your report.
B. Describe three social and behavioral determinants strongly associated with the public health issue in the research study. Be sure to cite
specific examples from the research study to support your description.
C. Describe three known disparities associated with the health of the specific population. Be sure to cite specific examples from the
research study to support your description.
D. Explain how the identified social and behavioral determinants relate to the disparities you identified, and explain your reasoning.
II. Health Issue: In this section of your final project, you will analyze the health issue in focus in the research study. You will draw conclusions about the
health issue through your review of the research study and by conducting outside research on the topic.
A. Describe the risk factors associated with the public health issue. Support your description with evidence from the research study and
your independent research.
B. Describe the mode of transmission of the public health issue. Support your description with evidence from the research study and your
independent research.
C. Determine the incidence and prevalence of the health issue using the data from the research study to perform the appropriate calculations.
D. Determine the mortality rate of the health issue using the data from the research study to perform the appropriate calculations.
E. Interpret the odds ratio to determine the strength of association between the potential sources of exposure and the disease.
F. Using your research and analysis, draw connections between the population and public health issue. Consider where you identified common
elements, what you learned about the public health issue by studying the population, and what you learned about the population by
studying the public health issue.
III. Levels of Prevention: In this section, you will describe the prevention strategies used by the epidemiologists in the research study. You will identify a
strategy for each level of prevention and differentiate between the strategies.
A. Describe a primary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the
health issue of the specific population.
B. Describe a secondary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the health ssue of the specific population.

C. Describe a tertiary prevention strategy represented in the research study, and explain how it addresses key factors impacting the health
issue of the specific population.
D. Explain how the primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies differ in how they address the key factors impacting the health issue
in the research study.
IV. Conclusion: Now that you have analyzed the research study, you will develop a research question to further investigate the specific health issue and
population, select an appropriate research design, and explain the importance of the research to the field of publichealth.
A. Using your analysis of the research study, develop a research question to further investigate the specific public health issue and
impacted population.
B. Determine whether an observational or experimental research design would be more appropriate to investigate your research question. Be
sure to justify your determination.
C. Explain the importance of further research for improving the quality of health in the specific population. What is the potential benefit?

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