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Find five informational graphics. “Informational” means that the graphic provides data or visually supports a point. These are graphs, charts, infographics, maps, and photographs.
Put copies of the graphics in your document.
Directly under the graphic, put a text box with the website where you got your graphic.
This is how you will cite the graphic in your final project.
Graphics only get cited directly below them with a website – if you use other information from the same website, cite the information and the website separately in the References section.
Three-five sentence reaction to the graphic
This is where you write about how the information in the graphic supports your argument or how you are going to use the information. You can comment on the quality of the data, the quality of the analysis, the questions left unanswered, the questions left unasked, or any number of other questions. What you can’t do is just say that you liked it or not. Thinking through how you’re going to use the information now will make putting together your final project easier.
When you discuss how you’re going to use the information, offer specifics from the graphic and cite the specific information as you are reacting to it.
Don’t just repeat the information from the graphic. Analyze the visualization and connect it to your argument.
This week, you are being asked to locate 5 informational graphics that you will use for your final project.
I need 5 pictures pertaining to my research topic about how the United states are not prepapred for another pandemic. How we were not prepeared for COVID-19. Maybe find some pictures of stats. I will be uploading some examples the teacher had and then my annotated bibilograpghy so you can have a better understanding

Annotated Bibliography
Naja Jones
Wilmington University

A. (2018, July 26). International Cooperative Responses to Pandemic Threats: A Critical Analysis. The Brown Journal of World Affairs.

In this article, the authors went over a variety of information about how the world is not truly prepared for a global pandemic, such as the one we just had. They discussed how the world likes to invest less in global cooperation for the prevention and control of pandemics. Arguing that the inadequate attention for a pandemic threat may be due to the lack of belief in scientific research. Thus makes it hard to have an outbreak of infectious disease and a global issue in society.

I can use some of this information from this article to further explain how we may be able to prevent another global pandemic outbreak. I can also elaborate on how the world was not and still is not prepared for another pandemic, and how to properly go about it.

McCloskey, B., Dar, O., Zumla, A., & Heymann, D. L. (2014). Emerging infectious diseases and pandemic potential: status quo and reducing risk of global spread. Lancet Infectious Diseases, 14(10), 1001?1010.


The authors within this journal explained that new information was learned from previous pandemics, such as COVID-19 and how the world experienced it. They touched on the topic of how states and countries need to build a system of trust and how to go about working together to help recognize and handle a possible pandemic. The main reason for being prepared for a pandemic is the sole purpose of seeing the threat and taking care of it in a timely manner. That we should be able to have a higher level to be able to identify other pathogens before they become an increasingly severe threat. This also allows them to prevent the growth of said pathogen, when and if it emerges.


The information from this article can aid in my research with learning how to prevent a global pandemic. The article itself did not have a lot of information, nor regarding my research, but it does point out certain things we can do to prevent a pandemic. I agree with building a trust system and trying to collaborate with different states and countries, because as a whole we can not all do things differently. We need to come together as one and establish what should be done and certain rules/ laws need to be put in place. This will help with the turn over rate meaning it shouldn’t get to be as big as this past pandemic.

Local And Global Impact Of Covid-19 Pandemic. (2020, July 23). Technology Times


The study shows the global impact of the pandemic with the developing, under developing and developing countries. This study gave a look of how COVID-19 is affecting other countries around the world. Starting with the cut off of China, which is the largest import and export with supplies to every country. With us cutting off China, this has caused a lot of countries’ economies to begin to weaken. It is also explained in the article that several countries are on lockdown for weeks, which has had an impact on businesses. With that being said people are out of jobs because of no employment which means they are being deprived of their basic needs.

I can use some of the information provided from this article/ journal to further explain the impact of a pandemic, affecting us both locally and globally. The article also provides different information on how COVID-19 has impacted our countries negatively, resulting in an economic breakdown all around the world. I can only imagine what developed countries went through and are still going through, because I know when the pandemic first hit, the United States itself was very bad.

Coccia, M. (n.d.). Pandemic Prevention: Lessons from COVID-19. MDPI.

In this article, the author suggests that the strategies and processes used in crisis management to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus and other similar epidemics depend on timely policy responses established by national, urban, and regional bodies. The article discusses how the organizations partner with other corporations to design effective policy responses to enhance health safety in the community. It argues that preventive strategies should rely on adequate research to determine the appropriate interventions and vaccines to mitigate the fatality rates, address economic issues, and boost socio-economic systems. Generally, the article insists on the need to consider effective pandemic management strategies that assist in creating pandemic responses, such as vaccine research, improved healthcare systems, and health technologies.
The information acquired from the article can be useful for healthcare organizations by guiding them in responding to a pandemic outbreak. Most importantly, the article can be useful in my research by identifying the effective strategic actions that should be incorporated while performing pandemic management. The article assists in understanding how the world was unaware during the outbreak of the Coronavirus. I can use the information from the article to prevent the occurrence of another pandemic.
Korbel, J. O. (2020, May 11). Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on life scientists – Genome Biology. BioMed Central.

According to the article, the authors explained that the COVID-19 caused various substantial impacts on scientists, such as work interruptions and high-stress levels. They also suggested that the outbreak resulted in other effects such as idea exchange, international and local cooperation, and electronic learning as effective strategies to fight the pandemic. The article insists on the need to maintain the above new practices since they assist a nation or the globe in mitigating another pandemic. Essentially, the article supports the above practices since they will promote the ability to work, thus giving clinicians and life scientists a conducive working environment.
The article provides vital information that assists one in understanding the need to consider practices that enhance efficiency in the workplace. Therefore, the information can boost my research by identifying the right strategies for promoting working relationships and work efficiency. Thus, a medical professional can work from home and still serve the community and society. I agree that clinicians and other medical professionals should partner and create new strategies to enhance efficiency in their working environments.

Medicine, T. L. R. (2022). Future pandemics: failing to prepare means preparing to fail. The Lancet. Respiratory Medicine, 10(3), 221.
The article affirms the need for health organizations to get prepared to address future
pandemics. It suggests that health organizations should consider flexible social and public health measures that effectively respond to changing epidemiology. Moreover, it advises the nation to implement mitigation strategies appropriate in offering a global and regional collective response in case of an outbreak. The article also touches on the benefit of universal health care, collaboration, and heavy investment in research and development to ensure that a nation provides global health equity.
The information acquired from the article can assist in understanding the impact of proactive collective responses during a pandemic outbreak. I agree that countries should work on adopting universal health care, promoting collaboration, and sustaining heavy investment in research and development to ensure that citizens have access to global health equity. Moreover, I can use the information to prepare flexible social and public health measures that can effectively assist in handling changing epidemiology. In this sense, a nation and its medical professionals need to be prepared to prevent a global pandemic’s adverse effects, thus safeguarding the well-being of citizens and the nation.

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