[Answered] NR443-63959ModulesWeek 2: Demographic and Epidemiological Assessment

Week 2: Demographic and Epidemiological Assessment

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For this discussion, you will collect assessment data about your city or county. This post will include information about demographics (general characteristics) and epidemiological data (disease or health behavior rates) of your community.

  1. Demographic data: Go online to the U.S. Census Bureau at https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/ (Links to an external site.). Obtain a range information about the demographic characteristics of the population for your city or county of residence. You may have to look at county data if your city is not listed. Discuss demographic data about age, ethnicity, poverty levels, housing, and education.
  2. Epidemiological data: Go to your city or county health department website (search the Internet) or County Health Rankings (http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/ (Links to an external site.)) and report epidemiological data about your area.
  3. Identify several priority health concerns for your area.

The Instructions on Finding Demographic Data on the U.S. Census Website (Links to an external site.) will assist you in using this website as a resource.

Nies, M. A., & McEwen, M. (2015). Community/Public health nursing: Promoting the health of populations (6th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders/Elsevier.




This week we are discussing demographics and epidemiology.  Demographics is defined as relating to demography or demographics, i.e. demographic data, as well as relating to the dynamic balance of a population regarding density or capacity to expand or decline (Merrian-Webster, 2017). …………….. purchase the link to access the full answer @ $10