Published on December 3, 2015
For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Please Add Own Images Teenagers and young adults ages 15-24 account for 48% of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) diagnosed (Mulvihill et al., 2006). Education is one of the weapons that can be used to combat the spread of STDs. • Resource: Appendix E • Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum • Use a minimum of three sources other than the text. • Refer to Appendix E for directions and tips on building a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. • Create a PowerPoint® presentation about an STD that you could present to a group of high school students and their parents. Your presentation must include detailed speaker notes. Include the following: HCA 240 Health and Diseases Course Syllabus Page 22 o Title, introductory, concluding, and reference slides plus 10-12 slides in the body of the presentation o A definition of the term ‘STD’ o Select one STD to use as an example (you may not use HIV/AIDS as your example) throughout your discussion of the following: • Signs and symptoms o What are they? o Where are they? o How do signs and symptoms differ based upon gender? • Contrast normal with abnormal structure and function of affected parts of the body. • Identify short-term and long-term effects of the STD on affected organs • Explain how the STD is transmitted. • Describe treatment options. • Discuss prevention methods. • Follow APA formatting guidelines when citing your sources. • Post your presentation as a Microsoft® PowerPoint® attachment. Reference Mulvihill, M. L., Zelman, M., Holdaway, P., Tompary, E., & Raymond, J. (2006) Instructor’s resource manual: Human diseases: A systemic approach (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.