Imagine that you are pro-vaccine (regardless of your true stance) and that you are trying to convince your grandmother (who is 78) that she should get the influenza vaccine each year as recommended by her doctor. Explain the following concepts to your mom:
a. (5pts) She doesn’t want the vaccine because she says that the shot always makes her feel sick. Briefly explain to grandma, why this happens (using appropriate scientific terminology).
b. (5pts) Next, she argues, “I had the flu shot last year, why do I need it again this year?” Explain, in as much detail as you can, why she must get the flu shot each year. Be sure to explain things like “antigenic drift”, “antigenic shift” and evolution as they apply to influenza.
believing that wealth should be distributed to reduce inequalities and to support people (Davies, 2004). This would be financially supported by the introduction of taxation on people that worked called National Insurance. Through providing this service the government was a demonstration to the public that it was taking responsibility for maintain a minimum standard of care (Turbett et al., 2014). Subsequently, these reports were the driving factor for The Children Act 1948, the first piece of legislation which endorsed working with families and recognising social work as a professionally (Pierson, 2012). However Butler and Hickman,( 2011) argues that this legislation simply implies preservation and prevention work with families. Each local authority then created a children officer in charge of managing the public child care and social work with children. Previous to The Children Act 1948 was The Poor Law (1834 cited in Dean, 2013, p171), which had limited regulations with regards to children and the responsibility the state had towards minors. Currently parental responsibility is shared between the parents and local authority under section 33(4) Children Act 1989, but the local authority may only exercise its power when safeguarding or promoting the child’s welfare (Brayne, Carr and Goosey, 2015). In the youth of social work there was growing concerns about the overlapping or gaps in so>GET ANSWER