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With the information presented in Chapter 1 of Ball et al. in mind, consider the following:By Day 1 of this week, you will be assigned a new patient profile by your Instructor for this Discussion. Note: Please see the “Course Announcements” section of the classroom for your new patient profile assignment. How would your communication and interview techniques for building a health history differ with each patient?How might you target your questions for building a health history based on the patient’s social determinants of health?What risk assessment instruments would be appropriate to use with each patient,or what questions would you ask each patient to assess his or her health risks?Identify any potential health-related risks based upon the patient’s age, gender, ethnicity, or environmental setting that should be taken into consideration.Select oneof the risk assessment instruments presented in Chapter 1 or Chapter5 of the Seidel's Guide to Physical Examinationtext, or another tool with which you are familiar, related to your selected patient.Develop at least fivetargeted questions you would ask your selected patient to assess his or her health risks and begin building a health history.By Day 3 of Week 1Post a summary of the interview and a description of the communication techniques you would use with your assigned patient. Explain why you woulduse these techniques. Identify the risk assessment instrument you selected, and justify why it would be applicable to the selected patient. Provide at leastfive targeted questions you would ask the patient.A 40-year-old black recent immigrant from Africa without health insuranceAccording to Ball, Dains, Flynn, Solomon, & Stewart (2019), a health history can help identify issues that a patient sees as problems and illness. Developing a detailed patient history requires developing a relationship with the patient. My scenario is a 40-year-old black recent immigrant from Africa without health insurance. The first step regarding communication with this patient is