Why do risk factors tend to cluster within groups of individuals? Choose a vulnerable health population of your choice.
Select three risk factors to vulnerability present among this population and describe how these factors are related and how they increase the likelihood of each other.
Draw a model with arrows linking these risks.
What are the most and least feasible places to intervene to interrupt these relationships?
In other words, what can we as future public heath professionals do to interrupt the clustering of these risk factors among a certain population?
(Think about public health programming, policy change, education, development of additional resources, etc.)
What efforts would be the least beneficial in your opinion?
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