Every area of care, in some capacity, works with patients whohave sustained traumatic injuries; from trauma surgeons working rapidly to savelife and limb, to speech therapists teaching traumatic brain injury patients toeat again. Health leaders have the task of ensuring there are appropriateresources to deliver the needs of patients who sustain life-altering injuries.Imagine you are serving in your dream role within a health organization whetherit is the Executive Director of Rehab Services, a Chief Nursing Officer, an HRDirector, or an Infectious Disease Researcher.Identify the top deadly and preventable injury in your region.The CDC, AACS, and National Safety Council are three resources that may helpyou identify this, and you are encouraged to identify other references. Discussthe physical and financial impacts an injury like this has on a patient, thecommunity, the health care system, and especially your own department. Discussthe workforce needed to care for this patient and use the descriptive andbehavioral epidemiology principles you have learned in this course. Discuss thewho, what, and when, rates, incidence, and prevalence. Identify potential orreal problems within the delivery of care to this population. Identify an areain which you could resolve conflict through collaborative measures. Whatquality measures and assessments should you employ or track for the bestoutcomes? Why would these recommendations be effective?