Describe and discuss each of the following important elements of the risk management plan case study.
The plan objectives.
The scope of the plan.
The roles and responsibilities of the team members.
Findings and recommendations.
This Essay is about the outbreak of cholera in central London, in 1859 this outbreak discover and investigate by Dr Snow become an important feature and challenge in public health, epidemiology and made the start point of revaluation by using new tools such as, Maps in these fields and still using until now by public health scholars, this map tools develop and became use in different sciences especially in public health use efficiently disease control in the early stages(GIS and Remote sensing) , Dr John Snow found and proposed the cholera was commonly transmitted by drinking water, he used the map tools, statistical date, samples analysis, this this outbreak affect the lifestyle of the people by affect the relationship between people and also effect the businesses , in addition , effects the physical, chemical, and biological nature of our natural environments Introduction Cholera one of the most infectious and fatal disease, is produced by the bacterium, Vibrio cholera (Harning, 2015), the classic symptoms of cholera are sudden onset exuberant, watery diarrhoea, Its effects are dramatic, and up to twenty litres of water will be lost per day that causes severe dehydration, circulatory collapse, and in the end cases, death, thousands of residents in the Soho area of London fell ill and at least 600 people died. (Barton, n.d.) In summer season of 1854 in central of London, British capital there was outbreak of cholera within the place of Golden Square, and subsequent excretion of the cope with from the Broad Street Pump, have become big issue and feature of the folklore of public health and epidemiology (Howard Brody, 2000). Doctor John Snow was physician and the anaesthesiologist of Queen Victoria of England in 1850s, and was very famous in that period in related to epidemiology science, his methods was simple, useful and valuable until now. (Peter Vinten-Johansen, 2003). He found “the disease could be transmitted by emanations from the sick person into the surrounding air, which enter the system of others by being inhaled, and absorbed by the blood passing through the lungs” (Peter Vinten-Johansen, 2003), in addition he proposed that cholera was commonly transmitted by drinking water. (Howard Brody, 2000) He use map of the city and marked the locations and the area of the people died, then from this map he found most of the deaths in the area of Golden Square and he found the main source of sicknesses could be from drinking polluted water because the people in Golden Square was getting the water from a section of the Thames River that was known to be especially polluted. (Howard Brody, 2000) He used information from local Hospital and public records and asked residents if they had drunk water from the pump. Using this information he went on to create a dot map to illustrate the cluster of cases around the pump. (Howard Brody, 2000) In this essay, I will assess the methodology used by Dr J>GET ANSWER