Course Project 9

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Now that the study data has been completed, you can determine if the findings support your hypothesis. By using the analytical techniques covered in the text and reading assignments, it is possible to determine how and what caused the Eastern Adult Training Center outbreak. To perform the analysis, you need additional information. Click HereView in a new window to download and read the scenario for Course Project Part 9 which contains the information you will need to complete the analysis.

Answer the questions below. Write your answers in complete sentences. You may need to use additional resources outside of your textbook to complete this part of your project. Please be sure to cite any sources you may use with APA and include a Reference page.


  1. According to the Cohort Study Interview Summary , what is the attack rate among the interviewed residents? Show your calculation.Among all the food items consumed during the proposed exposure period, chopped barbeque had the highest association with illness. No other food items had a strong association to warrant further analysis. Below is a summary of the interviews (residents and kitchen staff) about consuming chopped BBQ. Chopped Pork BBQ tableUsing the information found in the Chopped Pork BBQ table, answer the following questions.
  1. What is the attack rate for those who ate the BBQ?
  2. Create a fourfold table (2x2 table) showing the relationship between exposure and illness.

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Course Project Part 9 Scenario Update on the EATC Outbreak • • The State medical examiner has found the EATC resident’s cause of death to be acute colitis associated with Clostridium perfringens. Laboratory test determined the number of colonies per gram in the positive toxin samples were the following: It is important to note that it is a common practice in an outbreak investigation to collect stool samples from only a representative group of ill persons, not all GI symptomatic persons in the outbreak. There is not a cost, epidemiological or clinical benefit to collecting additional samples if the descriptive epidemiology (clinical symptoms) would associate the ill persons with the outbreak. • A data collection tool, as shown below, was used to interview ill and well residents who lived in cottages with cases. Results The results from interviewing 62 of the 108 residents living in cottages with reported cases produced the following information. Unavailable cottage residents were not interviewed. Also not included in the study were residents who had an alternative diet menu items. ...
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please can you attach the Chopped Pork BBQ Table? it is supposed to be in the image link but it ain't opening.
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