Disease Seminar Handbook W12

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Unformatted text preview: ney Diseases (NIDDK) www.niddk.nih.gov Canadian Liver Foundation www.liver.ca Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada www.ccfc.ca Primary Literature: Pubmed www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed University of Guelph Library Journal Collection – (TUG, other request forms) www.lib.uoguelph.ca 29 Template for Seminar Slides The following template is meant to be a guide when researching you topic and preparing your presentation. These questions are suggestions to help divide your research into 3 main ideas, which could be helpful when preparing your 3 allotted power point slides. You are not required to follow it exactly. All diseases are different and you may find that certain areas need to be developed further while other areas can be handled more briefly. That is, equal time and equal emphasis does not need to be placed on each of the components within your assigned topic, as long as they are all acknowledged. Part of this seminar exercise is to be able to identify important information and teach it to your classmates in a meaningful way. The primary goal of the seminar activity is to learn about different disease categories using a common template while also being introduced to basic scientific communication in the process. You are not expected to be an excellent public speaker, but you are expected to have a solid understanding of your assigned disease as a whole, and think critically about other diseases based on weekly in ­class discussions. 1) Anatomy, physiology and pathology – natural course of the disease • Anatomy: • Which organs/tissues are primarily affected? • What is the normal function of these tissues? • Physiology: • Expand on anatomy – how does the biological system normally work? • Pathology: • What goes wrong in the disease? • Explain the natural course of the disease • This might require 2 slides. • A figure is often helpful here. 2) Individual well being, familial and societal impact • Individual: • How does the disease affect the individual? • How does daily living change? • Familial: • Does the disease cause a large burden impact on the family? How? • Societal: • What impact does the disease have on society as a whole? • What is the economical cost? Is there a social responsibility to deal with disease? • NB: Depending on the disease, one of these sections may require 2 slides while the other 2 sections may be able to be combined. 3) Risk factors, causes and preventative measures • Risk Factors: • What factors would put someone at risk of developing this disease? • Consider genetics, lifestyle,...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2014 for the course BIOL 1080 taught by Professor Dyck during the Winter '11 term at University of Guelph.

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