Inequity Analysis and Intervention in Infant Mortality between the United States and Sweden

Inequity Analysis and Intervention in Infant Mortality between the United States and Sweden

Order Description

all sources need to be from a NON-PAID source. Preferably United States English.
Who, what, and where?

The introductory section of the paper should concisely introduce the who, what, and where of the health inequity providing clear, sufficient data to back up the claim.

Why does this public health inequity exist?

Conduct an in depth analysis of the multiple determinants that lead to the disparity using the socioecological model as a general framework.

Select, read, analyze and synthesize at least one current article (2007 or later) that represents a view of the issue from each level of the socioecological model
(intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, community, policy/society). The goal is to clearly illustrate a comprehensive view for why this health inequity exists
based on the literature.

How do you propose to address this health inequity?

Based on the comprehensive analysis of the health inequity, propose an innovative, detailed public health intervention to address the health inequity. It should be
based be based specifically on what is discovered about why the health inequity exists, and should be evidence based.

A minimum of 5 recently published (no more than 10 years old) peer-reviewed research articles are used from at least 3 different journals in at least 2 different
social and behavioral science disciplines

Potential journals within health/public health:

American Journal of Men’s Health
American Journal of Public Health
Global Qualitative Nursing Research
Hispanic Health Care International
Journal of Aging and Health
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
LGBT Health
The Journal of Rural Health
Qualitative Health Research
Social Science and Medicine
Transgender Studies Quarterly
Women’s Health