Article writing homework help. Cameron & Green, Chapter 2 Team Change
At the end of 2019, the coronavirus (COVID-19) appeared and spread rapidly throughout the world. It has interrupted the lives of billions of people around the world. By the end of 2020, there were 1.7 million deaths around the world. Drug manufacturers around the world rushed to develop a vaccine. By the end of December 2020, two vaccines, Pfizer-BioNtech’s COVID-19 Vaccine and Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine was approved for use in Canada.
It is now the beginning of 2021. The goal is to distribute the vaccine to everyone living in Canada (all residences regardless of nationality) by the end of the year. You have been placed in charge of the vaccine distribution.
Canadian are not the best when it comes to volunteering for immunizations. The Government of Canada website has the statistics for Vaccine Uptake in Canadian Adults 2019. Please click on the link to the website on vaccinations in Canada.
You may not be familiar with the term Herd Immunity. Please click on the link to the website on Herd Immunity.
You are a pharmacist in Canada. As you can see, to get Herd Immunity, we have do get twice the population as the number of Canadians in 2019 Vaccine Uptake immunized. In your assignment, you can talk about how you can help these people to change (making the transition).
Furthermore, based on what you learned about the different types of teams, what type of teams will you use and how would you distribute the vaccine to the Canadian population. How is the distribution going to take place? For example, in what order. Take into consideration the different demographics – age, gender, location, etc.
In your paper, identify two types of teams that you will not use. You must provide explanations as to why you will not be using each of these teams. Then identify the team you will use and how your team will be structured to distribute these vaccines to bring about the safest and most effective outcome.
- Must be APA 7.
- Make sure to use correct APA in-text citations for paraphrased ideas and quoted text.