Identify the use of epidemiology in the events beginning in 2014 in Flint, Michi

Identify the use of epidemiology in the events beginning in 2014 in Flint, Michi

Identify the use of epidemiology in the events beginning in 2014 in Flint, Michigan, as described in the book What the Eyes Don’t See and in the American Journal of Public Health articleLinks to an external site..

You will use at least 4 specific examples from the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) article written by Dr. Hanna-Attisha and the book What the Eyes Don’t See, to explain how public health teams use descriiptive epidemiology and analytic epidemiology to:
Understand how big of a problem the health issue is;
Determine who is affected;
Examine potential exposures that may be linked to the health outcome; and
Develop a plan of action for reducing or eliminating exposure(s) that are found to be likely causes of the health outcome.

Begin with an introductory paragraph about the events. Next, write one full paragraph with an example and specific, cited details from the book and/or article for each item (1-4, above). End with a concluding paragraph about what you believe Dr. Hanna-Attisha’s team did well or could have done better. This will total 6 paragraphs, about 750-900 words.
SOURCES: ONLY THESE TWO SOURCES ARE TO BE USED.
“What the Eyes Can’t See” – Book about the Flint Michigan Water Crisis.
https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/epub/10.2105/AJPH.2015.303003
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