Please use the following documents attached to complete the assignment. I have already began the assignment and need it completed. The body of the paper has to be a minimum of three total pages (this does not include the title and reference pages). It will be easy to simply add to word document I have attached and started. Please make note of a minimum of three scholarly articles and include references and in text citation. Please note this assignment is due tonight as noted below.
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Please use the following documents attached to complete the assignment. I have already began the assignment and need it completed. The body of the paper has to be a minimum of three total pages (th
Running head: Homicide Homicide and Health Adrianna F. Pierson Chamberlain University NR222 – Professor Harriett Stephens November 29, 2019 Homicide and Health Countless individuals lose their lives annually from injuries and violence. Whether the acts are unintentional or willful, no one is exempt from the risk and effects of such calamities. Injury and violence have a principal influence on the welfare of people and society. Consequently, preventative courses of action are continuously sought after for enhancement and introduction into impacted settings. Specifically, homicide is a very malicious form of violence predominantly impacting the well-being of a specific gender and race and their ability to expand overall health consciousness and expectation. (Haegerich, et al., 2014) Although homicide occurs less than suicide, statistics also show that men are typically murdered more than women. According to a recent news article published by the American Council on Science and Health, the CDC affirmed homicides to occur four times as more with African Americans versus the average value across the nation. (Berezow, 2017) References Berezow, A. (2017, August 11). African-American Homicide Rate Nearly Quadruple the National Average. Retrieved from https://www.acsh.org/news/2017/08/10/african-american-homicide-rate-nearly-quadruple-national-average-11680. Haegerich, T. M., Dahlberg, L. L., Simon, T. R., Baldwin, G. T., Sleet, D. A., Greenspan, A. I., & Degutis, L. C. (2014, July 5). Prevention of injury and violence in the USA. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4710475/. Last Name, F. M. (Year). Book Title. City Name: Publisher Name Last Name, F. M. (Year). Book Title. City Name: Publisher Name