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L_Martin_UCIS3300_Asmt2 - UCIS 3300 L. Martin Leanne Martin...

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UCIS 3300 L. Martin Leanne Martin UCIS 3300 Prof Gail Bentley 6 September 2011 Assignment 2-Case Study A community is made of many different people of a wide range of knowledge, skills, and resources. People form communities in order to maximize their potential to thrive. In this case study, a community is troubled by the number of occurrences of bicycling accidents. In this report, I will discuss the problem, three potential solutions from different disciplines point of view, and the best integrated solution to the problem. Case Synopsis There have been 2 accidents with riders between ages of 10 to 15 hit by vehicles at busy intersections. Three separate accidents involved young adults, one at a busy intersection and two on a school campus. One of the victims suffered severe head trauma and was in a coma. This victim was not wearing a helmet. “Dr. John Walsh” Dr. John Walsh is a family practitioner in the local community. He is most concern in the community enacting helmet laws for bicyclists. His discipline is concerned with reducing severity of injuries and preventing the occurrence of injuries. He submits
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course UCIS 3300 taught by Professor Gailbentley during the Spring '11 term at Texas Tech.

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