InstructionsEssay I: Genomics and EpidemiologyRead the following article:Tang, P. Instructions Essay I: Genomics and Epidemiology Read the following article: Tang, P. & Gardy, J. L. (2014). Stopping outbreaks with real-time genomic epidemiology. Genome Medicine 6:104. doi:10.1186/s13073-014-0104-4. Retrieved from: https://genomemedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13073-014-0104-4 Part I: Health Care Delivery (2- 2.5 pages) For the first part of the reflection analyze the content and results of this study in the context of genomic epidemiology, as it relates to the following: Safety and quality of care for patients as a population Improvement in healthcare delivery & outcomes Cost savings (Use aspects of the article & personal professional thoughts from experience and knowledge.) Part II: Resolving another Health Care Issue (2 – 2.5 pages) Now reflect on the integration of epidemiology and genomics in the resolving another health care problem that you know of. Use specific examples of epidemiological and genomic concepts and practices used. How did policies affect the strategies used to resolve the problem or were new polices created? Part III: Future Practice Role (2 – 2.5 pages) Describe how genomic epidemiological may apply to your chosen advanced practice (education, nurse practitioner, leadership) Be specific related to the area of practice and how you believe genomic epidemiology will change health outcomes for individuals and populations. Explore one ethical principle you will need to consider. (This should be from your own perspective) Other Requirements: Utilize article & videos posted in the Module & 2 outside source for references, No Textbook) Each Part will be approximately 2 pages in length and no more than 2.5. APA required in all areas of the paper: title page, reference page, citations, level headings, grammar etc. See APA Manual 7. The majority of the reflective paper should be coming from first person or reflection. You may use “I” in areas where you are discussing your own views, experiences, and nursing practice.