The course is Global Perspective in Helathcare Scenario This week, Frankie is in Spain to address a recent increase in measles cases. To address the issue thoroughly, he must first become familiar with communicable and noncommunicable diseases. Provide Frankie with some assistance in his research. Instructions After reading the week’s learning materials, create an infographic on either a communicable or noncommunicable disease to present to hospital staff members. The information should be accurate and appropriate for professional hospital staff members. You may use information from your text or outside resources, such as the World Health Organization (2020). The infographic should include at least three of the following sections: Relevance to local and global communities Cultural competencies across diverse populations Signs and symptoms Populations affected Causes and proposed solutions Social, economic, and political environments Pandemic readiness and proposed changes Physical environment Proposed evaluation measures Content resources: Visit the CDC Infographic website (Links to an external site.)for examples of infographics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Review the article Considerations for implementing and adjusting public health and social measures in the context of COVID-19 (Links to an external site.) (Download the article). Resources for creating infographs: Venngage (Links to an external site.) Piktochart (Links to an external site.) Visme (Links to an external site.) Canva (Links to an external site.) Include at least two scholarly or peer-reviewed sources and cite and reference in APA Style. References World Health Organization. (2020). 10 Facts on noncommunicable diseases. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/features/factfiles/noncommunicable_diseases/en/ (Links to an external site.) Submit as a .pdf document.