Discussion Question 1.
Indicators of morbidity, such as the prevalence of chronic diseases and disabilities, are particularly useful in presenting a picture of populations. However, despite epidemiological research, improvements in health and health-seeking behaviors within the United States and global populations render indicators such as morbidity and mortality ineffective in characterizing the true health status.
Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer. Should alternatives to descriptive epidemiology be considered? Why? Support your answer with examples.
Justify your response using examples and reasoning. Comment on the postings of at least two classmates, explaining whether you agree or disagree with their views.
Discussed the statement and supported the answer with reasons.Discussed whether alternatives to descriptive epidemiology should be considered and supported the answer with examples.Justified answers with appropriate research and reasoning by using examples and references from textbooks, the South University Online Library, and other acceptable references, citing the sources in APA format.Commented on the postings of at least two classmates by asking questions, providing a point of view with a rationale, challenging a point of the discussion, or making a relationship between two or more points.