outbreak essay

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essay of outbreak movie. APA style, 3 references less than 3 years. Nursing considerations. Analisis of principals topics of the movies.

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Running head: OUTBREAK FILM ESSAY

Outbreak Film Essay

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OUTBREAK FILM ESSAY

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Outbreak Film Essay

The film illustrates humanity issues as a result of deadly epidemics. The film's theme
discusses the right to preserve the dignity of a few people against the benefits of the larger
population. Viral diseases pose the greatest threat to humanity's existence on the planet.

In the film, a viral epidemic result in people's death within a couple of days in Zaire's
Motaba Valley. The virus attacks a military camp as a group of workers sent to construct
roads in the forest travel back to the village and drinks water from the well. Other villagers
who consume water from the well succumb resulting in the eruption of an epidemic with an
extreme mortality rate. The virus infects an individual's immune system. Through its rapid
replication, it affects all body cells resulting in death (Lam & Lanier, 2017).

The United States' military commander, McClintock and Ford, decides to bomb the
camp to prevent further spread in addition to maintaining the secrecy of the virus. The
outbreak in the film incorporates various nursing concepts. Such aspects relating to nursing
involve contagious disease matters, public activity relating to human health, human genetics
and evolution as well as situation and disease control methodologies.

At a later time, the hemorrhagic disease erupts again in Africa and a group comprising
of military and medical personnel tours the region to assess the menace. Without knowledge
of the disease's nature or cause, a local civilian informs the specialists that the disease
transmits through water from a well and that it's not an airborne epidemic. One of the group's
associates demands for issuing of an alert to curb the disaster. Another colleague declines the
suggestion basing his justification on the fact that the disease kills very rapidly for it to spread
so fast. With regard to community health, some physical and environmental factors affect the
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