What effects does human culture have on how the information is perceived by the public?

Public health officials use a variety of methods to collect demographic, cultural/ethnic, and health data in an effort to develop and implement effective programs to improve health outcomes. What may be a major health concern for African Americans living in New York City may not pose a health threat for Hispanics living in Houston, Texas. Likewise, citizens living in an inner city or disadvantaged community may be facing serious health concerns that pose no issue for those living in middle and upper class neighborhoods within the same city. Therefore, public health officials must use every tool available to them to determine not only what the public health concerns are, but where they exist and who are most affected.Develop slide presentation that has a minimum of 10 slides (not including the title and reference slides) with detailed speaker notes that addresses the following questions:Describe how public health officials collect data. How do public health officials (locally, statewide and/or federally) compile the data that is gathered?How do public health officials disseminate this data to both the public and healthcare agencies?What effects does human culture have on how the information is perceived by the public?How does culture positively or negatively affect the perception and use of the health information provided to the public at large? How can public health data be used at all levels of government (local, state and federal) to positively impact the social determinants of population health?Submitting Your WorkYou will submit your work in a PowerPoint to the Dropbox. Make sure that you save a copy of your submitted work.Resources: Located in Course DocumentsAcademic Support Center: Creating Effective PowerPoint PresentationsHow to Make a PowerPoint PresentationMinimum Submission RequirementsThis Assessment should be a slide presentation that has a minimum of 10 slides (not including the title and reference slides) with detailed speaker notes.Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. Your presentation should be highly organized, logical, and focused.