1.How are your point of view and thoughts about these population-based outcomes influenced by your personal experiences, faith, and/or culture?

?Review Access Integrated Textbook ?Read Chapter 8 – Estimation and Hypothesis Testing in Fundamentals of Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics to prepare for this week’s discussion and future assignments. ?Watch Hypothesis Testing and P-values | Inferential Statistics | Probability and Statistics | Khan Academy (00:11:26) (opens in new window). https://www.youtube.com/embed/-FtlH4svqx4?rel=0&autoplay=1&iv_load_policy=3 Discussion | Key Health Data about Missippi Review Mississippi leads the United States in many poor outcomes and medical comorbidities such as AIDS, tuberculosis, mental disorders, alcohol and substance abuse disorders. 1.Visit the following website, Trust for Americas Health, specifically Key Health Data About Mississippi (opens in new window) and review trends from 2009 to 2016. https://healthyamericans.org/states/?stateid=MS 2.Report the top eight poor health outcomes for this state and generate a 30-day plan for your boss to engage with stakeholders based on these trends. Respond 2.Describe the type of statistical methodology that could be used to study one of these conditions. 3.Describe how it could be used to assess a public health intervention in these populations. Discuss Respond to the initial prompt with a substantive post by the first deadline. Discussion Requirements ?Initial Posts: 250-300 words oReference at least 2 scholarly resources oAPA formatted references in posts COURSE REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS and RESOURCES ? ?Merrill, R. M. (2013). Fundamentals of epidemiology and biostatistics. Jones & Bartlett Learning.External tool ?Stroh, D. P. (2015). Systems thinking for social change: A practical guide to solving complex problems, avoiding unintended consequences, and achieving lasting results. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing. ?Mauffette-Leenders, L. A., Erskine, J. A., & Leenders, M. R. (2007). Learning with cases. London, Ontario: Richard Ivey School of Business.