Epidemiological reporttuberculosis in Leeds uk and it associated risk factors immigration ethnicity and deprivation

Geographical population leedswest Yorkshire
Tuberculosis respiratory latent and active
Produce an individual report divided into sections
Critique the key elements in depth draw on epidemiological concepts principles
Nature of the threat problems prevalence, incidence, casual relationships, risk factors and determinnants0 and evidence of the threat to holistic health.

Description and critique of health protection and health improvement solutions, including service development if appropriate, to reduce the threat, consider evidence base
What you know should influence what you do
Include into conclusion recommendations
Interrogate the nature of the data and information presented
Produce a rational stratergy for addressing the threat
include triangle of causation Mausner & kramer1985
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