Health epidemiology

1. Describe in detail the epidemiology of the selected environmental health problem in terms of who, where, when and what. That is, what is the nature and the extent of the problem, who (persons) is affected, when (time) are they affected and where (place) are they affected? Make sure you describe in details any special groups or vulnerable populations that are at greater risk of than others. The extent of the problem must be described using the key measures of morbidity (incidence and prevalence rates) mortality (death rates), and disability (disability adjusted life years) used in public health. (20 points)
2. Discuss in details the risk factors for the problem. Make sure environmental, social and behavioral, cultural and economic factors contributing to the problem are described. (20 points)

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