1. Project Introduction, Background & Method
Topic: Project Introduction, Background & MethodOrder DescriptionTOPIC: Introduction,
Background & MethodBefore beginning work on this assignment, review the following:•
Introduction and Background Scoring Guide. (SEE ATTACHED)• Epidemiological Action
Research Proposal course project description. (SEE ATTACHED)Your annotated outline
(SEE ATTACHED) created a good framework for the introduction and background sections
of your proposal.In this assignment, you MUST write these sections in more detail and
submit your drafts.In the introduction, you should bring the reader up to speed on the topic
(SEE ATTACHED) for your intervention proposal.Be sure to use epidemiological concepts
within the introduction. It should include the following information:Introduction•
Overview of your topic (disease or condition).? What is the etiology?? What is the burden
(prevalence and incidence)?? What are the risk factors?This section should transition
smoothly into your background section, which goes into more detail about your topic and
any previous work that has been done in thefield.It is important to reference peer-reviewed
journal articles in this section in order to cover the following information:Background•
This disease in your community.? What is the scope of the problem?? How many people??
What type of people?? Why are people in your community acquiring this disease or
condition?? What are the risk factors present in the community?• Previons intervention
studies on this topic.? What methods were used?? What were the outcomes?? How do these
populations relate to your community?? How can these interventions be adapted to your
community?This section of the paper should transition well into the Methods section, in
which you explain how the proposed intervention would be conducted or adapted into
yourcommunity.You should use this section to justify the need for your project, as well as
support the method you have chosen to use.This assignment should be 3 pages in length
and include a minimum of 10 peer-reviewed journal articles.The assignment must
demonstrate academic writing skills by communicating in a clear, logical, and grammatically
correct manner.(Answers must be direct to the point and professional.Questions must be
answered according to question (topics/numbering/bullet points); Questions must be
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