You can select any one topic from given belowFood Safety PoliciesGMO’sHealthcare-associated infectionDeath with DignityE-Cigarettes regulationPlease read the below detais. Policy Paper: Guidelines: The issue addressed should be a legitimate contemporary health policy issue within which the current policy is clearly discernible. There should be clear alternatives to the current policy. There must be sufficient data present to provide the target audience (i. e. the decision-maker) with information to make a decision on the policy proposal. Successful Paper will: Present a summary of the current situation associated with your health policy and topicDescribe challenges associated with your health topic and health policyPresented evaluate 3 possible options/responses for possible resolution and discuss how the key players might be affectedDraw a conclusion about the problem and its potential resolution and discuss related areas for further study. Use at least 3 peer reviewed journal articles and outside quality sources. Your paper must be 8 pages in length (1 abstract, 6 pages of content, and a reference page). Your paper must be in Times New Roman Font size 12. APA format must be used and your Turnitin percentage maximum is 15%. Format for the Policy PaperBelow are the guidelines for writing a policy paper. Some variation may occur depending on the topic of the paper and the research methods being used. Policy papers should be approximately 8 pages in length. One abstract page, six pages of content, and one page of references. Below is the outlineAbstract (. 5-1page in length)At the beginning of the paper explain who the target audience is (i. e. , the decision-maker for your policy proposal) and the main points that the decision-maker should know. It may be best to write this section last because it will serve as a summary of the entire paper. At a minimum, the summary should include the following: A statement of current policyReasons for initiating changesPolicy options to be consideredPros and cons of each optionRecommended course of actionReasoning for selecting that course of actionBody of PaperThe main portion of the paper should be dedicated to establishing the background and discussing the reasoning behind the policy recommendation. Students should include all of the basics from the executive summary, but fully elaborate on each point that the paper is making. The following is an outline describing what the main body of the paper should include. Overview / BackgroundBackground of the topicReview the Current Policy – Identify and address the current policy, what is the current policy doing, why is it being done this way, what is the public’s perception of the policy? Assess how well it is or is not working. Statement on the Necessity for Change – What circumstances (e. g. , changes in government, leadership, stability, etc. ) have changed that make a new approach advisable or necessary?DiscussionDiscuss the alternatives to the current policy option and explaining each policy option. Policy papers must present several policy alternatives, and they must be serious alternatives. As a general rule, three options should be presented. One serious alternative will often be to maintain the status quo. Pros and cons of each policy option should be discussed next. Identify the political, economic, and security implications for each option. Each policy option should be compared and contrasted to the other options as well as to the current policy. RecommendationClearly identify which option will be recommended and which options will be discounted. Clearly lay out the argument for why that option is better than each of the others. ImplementationWrite a detailed recommendation for specific steps on how and when to implement the recommended policy option. Cost-benefit analysis – address the costs. The cost-benefit analysis should seriously consider the feasibility of implementation, not only in terms of economic or strategic implications, but also in terms of political feasibility. Moreover, the analysis of likely effects must not be completely one-sided. There are always going to be some benefits and some costs to any policy proposal. Clear Criteria Students should present clear criteria for evaluating the problem at hand and the policy alternatives to be considered. This will involve prioritizing among a variety of possible values. Trade-offs are the heart of the policy process – if solutions were easy or obvious, the problem would not be around for the student to analyze. Clear predictions What are the likely result of the proposed policy option? Be specific and reasonably detailed. What level of certainty can one have about them? And what middle-run indicators would demonstrate success?