Learning Goal: I’m working on a public health discussion question and need a ref

Learning Goal: I’m working on a public health discussion question and need a reference to help me learn.Question:Define the following terms in your own words with references:
Pathophysiology and Disease
Mutation and Alleles
Dominant inheritance &Recessive inheritance
Post your original response by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m.
Respond to at least 2 of your classmates by Sunday 19/9/2021 at 11:59 pm
Guidelines for Posting to Discussion Boards Treat your discussion board post as any other written paper or response. You will want to establish a process that works for you and use that process to produce engaging ideas that contribute to the online conversation you are having with your classmates and your professor. You shouldn’t just strive for completion, but also discussion and engagement. Before you begin: Read your prompt or discussion question carefully— pay attention to word count, citation requirements, and specific guidelines such as due dates and response requirements. Are you just answering one question or do you have to answer a question and then respond to others?
Set an agenda— making a schedule will help you stay on task and not get behind, especially with two-part due dates and follow up responses.
Narrow down what exactly you should be accomplishing in your post.
Drafting the post: Before you begin take a few minutes to observe your peer’s posts. This will allow you to see what other people are saying and allow you to even quote some of your peers.
Begin by drafting your post in MS Word or another application.
Use titles or headings to lead the reader through your post.
Use a warm opening. Don’t be too abrupt or forward right off the bat. Allow your reader time to get “into” your post without feeling lost or overwhelmed.
Avoid jokes. Because you are not in a face-to-face environment, it’s easier for someone to take something you say the wrong way.
Consider your audience. Your post will be read by your professor and your peers, so be sure to maintain a professional tone.
Responding to a post: Address your classmates by their names when responding to their posts.
Don’t dominate the conversation. Ask questions and point out specific details that you found interesting about the other posts.
Keep in mind that your goal in responding is rooted in keeping the conversation going.
Quote or restate a few ideas from the post you are responding to.
Be respectful and non-confrontational.
Be as specific as possible to encourage discussion.
Requirements: 250   |   .doc file

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