Writing - 21st century in the Historical Evolution of Epidemiology /100 slov/
Jak by byl napsan posledni odstavec pro Lekci, kterou jste cetli v prvnim ukolu, a ktery by zahrnul 21.stoleti. Napiste 100 slov, vratte se do ukolu predchoziho, kde historie konci v minulem stoleti a pokuste se napsat male dokonceni s pouzitim rady uvedene nize.
Students of journalism are taught that a good news story, whether it be about a bank robbery, dramatic rescue, or presidential candidate’s speech, must include the 5 W’s: what, who, where, when and why (sometimes cited as why/how). The 5 W’s are the essential components of a news story because if any of the five are missing, the story is incomplete.
The same is true in characterizing epidemiologic events, whether it be an outbreak of norovirus among cruise ship passengers or the use of mammograms to detect early breast cancer. The difference is that epidemiologists tend to use synonyms for the 5 W’s: diagnosis or health event (what), person (who), place (where), time (when), and causes, risk factors, and modes of transmission (why/how).