COMMUNITY HEALTH ROLES WORKSHEETStudent Name: _________Jennifer King___________________________________________________________________Definition of TermsGovernmental AgencyGovernmental Agencies are established by local, regional or federal governments and administrate over specific functions. These agencies separate organizations but work with specific governmental departments and many times report to them. Many times the governmental department have several different agencies with their own specific objectives. Quasi-government AgencyA quasi-government agencies are supported by a branch of government but managed by a private division. It is often referred to as a hybrid because both private entities and government agencies are involved in forming these organizations. The government can issue laws and funding to form the agency initially but they are then owned and operated by a privately ran firm. Non-government AgencyNon-government agencies are non-profit organizations, ran by a group of volunteers, and remain independent of any level of government control. These organizations range from local community groups to those of an international level. These agencies implement a multitude of different activities.
2WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT 11.Draw a tmeline marking ±he tme each of ±he 11 blue men presen±ed symp±oms. Explain ±he poin± ofmapping ou± ±he inciden± tmeframe (i.e. why would epidemiologis±s need ±his informaton and how would i± be used)An epidemiologis± would need ±o know ±he inciden± tmeframe for each of ±he 11 blue men ±o identfy wha± each of ±he individuals were doing when symp±oms Frs± began. The da±e ±he inciden± began was Sep±ember 25±h, 2944 (Roueché, 2014). The Frs± individual was ±aken ±o ±he hospi±al a± 8:00 am. The second individual was brough± in ±wo hours and ±wen±y Fve minu±esla±er a± 10:25 am. A± 11:10 am, ±he ambulance brough± an additonal ±hree men, a± 11:20 am, ±wo o±hers were brough± in, and a± 11:35 am ±wo more arrived. Ano±her individual was brough± in around noon. A± 6:35pm an additonal man was brough± in (Roueché, 2014).