Disease of Global Concern

Disease of Global ConcernCharacteristics of a person or people, geographical location, and era help to better understand the development and pervasiveness of a disease. Descriptions of persons, places, and time help to effectively describe disease and health status within a population.Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research about a disease of global concern (HIV, AIDS, or any such disorder). Based on your research, answer the following questions:How would you use demographic data to characterize this disease?How would you incorporate further research to address this disease?How would you use morbidity and mortality in developing prevention strategies aimed at increasing attention to disease and decreasing adverse health outcomes?Which phenomenon—morbidity or mortality—is better to study to develop preventive strategies? Why?