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Hi I was struggling to think of an interesting title for my geography NEA? I do OCR and I was really interested in doing an NEA related to disease dilemmas. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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could you link social inequality (in CSMP) to disease? something contrasting disease in two areas possibly? its tricky since data will be hard to collect- maybe something COVID related?
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could you link social inequality (in CSMP) to disease? something contrasting disease in two areas possibly? its tricky since data will be hard to collect- maybe something COVID related?
yeah i was thinking about that but i wasn’t sure what kind of data collection i would be able to do? any suggestions? i’m so sorry but i don’t have a clue what i’m supposed to be doing
i was considering maybe evaluating the covid management strategies in my area/ looking at the effect of the strategies on primary care- but i wasnt too sure how to link that to the specification
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yeah i was thinking about that but i wasn’t sure what kind of data collection i would be able to do? any suggestions? i’m so sorry but i don’t have a clue what i’m supposed to be doing
i was considering maybe evaluating the covid management strategies in my area/ looking at the effect of the strategies on primary care- but i wasnt too sure how to link that to the specification
data collection could be things like health surveys of residents in two areas, looking at hospital admissions, cases etc and comparing it between two areas. also possibly looking at how income, deprivation, social inequality etc have contributed to varying rates in two areas.
spec wise, it could link to 3.a. Communicable diseases have causes and impacts with mitigation and response strategies which have varying levels of success, 4.a. Increasing global mobility impacts the diffusion of disease and the ability to respond to it, at a variety of scales and 4.b. Mitigation strategies to combat global pandemics and overcome physical barriers
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data collection could be things like health surveys of residents in two areas, looking at hospital admissions, cases etc and comparing it between two areas. also possibly looking at how income, deprivation, social inequality etc have contributed to varying rates in two areas.
spec wise, it could link to 3.a. Communicable diseases have causes and impacts with mitigation and response strategies which have varying levels of success, 4.a. Increasing global mobility impacts the diffusion of disease and the ability to respond to it, at a variety of scales and 4.b. Mitigation strategies to combat global pandemics and overcome physical barriers
thank you so much!
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