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Based on what you have learned so far this week, create a PowerPoint presentation with detailed notes for each slide that addresses each of the following points/questions.
No audio recording is required. Be sure to completely answer all the questions. Use clear headings that allow your professor to know which bullet you are addressing on the slides in your presentation. Support your content with at least four (4) citations throughout your presentation. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for the presentation. Include a slide for your references at the end.
Follow best practices for PowerPoint presentations by going to the Writing and Resource center, Module 3: Assignments, Microsoft, and utilize the Microsoft Overview and the Creating a Quality PowerPoint video.
Visit the Center for Disease Control Emerging Infectious Disease website. Choose one journal, article, or case study and explain the type of research design that was used in this study.
Summarize your source and include an explanation of the following questions in your response:
• Is it evident that primary, secondary, or meta-analysis was used?
• What role did surveys play, if any? Explain.
• Were there any flaws or discrepancies in the data? Why or why not?
Locate two journal articles, one that uses descriiptive epidemiology, and the other that uses analytic epidemiology.
• Summarize each article and compare and contrast the research designs (2 slides).
Review this site: https://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/education-and-outreach/about-research-participation/protecting-research-volunteers/index.html then write a summary of recommendations on Protecting Research Participants (2-3 slides).
Length: 15-17 slides; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner
Structure:
Title: 1 slide
Articles chosen: at least 1 slide
Objectives: at least 2 slides
Summarize sources: at least 2 slides
Recommendations: at least 2 slides
Evidence, role, flaws, etc.: at least 3 slides
Compare and contrast: at least 2 slides
Conclusion: at least 1 slide
References: at least 1 slide