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Part A: Oral Presentation (20%) You are asked to prepare and deliver a 5-minute oral presentation that informs a public/lay audience about how ONE factor has affected/is affecting your chosen disease...

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Part A: Oral Presentation (20%)
You are asked to prepare and deliver a 5-minute oral presentation that informs a public/lay audience about how ONE factor has affected/is affecting your chosen disease and population.
Do not use more than 5 slides in your presentation. A sixth slide should contain your references. Marks will be deducted if you: go over time, do not make good use of the 5 minutes allocation, do not have references provided.
Provide only one introduction slide that briefly describes your chosen disease and population. You should spend no more that 1-minute discussing this.
The focus of this presentation is on organisation and clear communication of ideas. Please find more information in the rubric for this assessment which you are encouraged to use as a guide for the development of your presentation.
Answered Same Day May 25, 2021

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Riyanka answered on May 26 2021
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The Social Impact of Tuberculosis
Introduction

Tuberculosis is the common communicable disease in India. By the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis transmitted from active vector’s sneeze through air and affected lungs, kidneys, spine of human body.
According to the WHO in 2018 10 million fell ill whereas in India, 9 million people tended to get sick that estimated the world’s largest epidemic pit in 2016.
Through Drug resistant treatment Sharma’s study 2017, shows the infected number of individual is greater than the recovered people.
For the treatment the developing policies should be with social-economical supportive factor to handling the situation.
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This the introduction part of the presentation. You needs to mention how the disease spread ,the prevalence rate of the TB. The present condition in India. Demonstrate the images how the disease spread to a healthy person.
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Social Factor of Tuberculosis
In order to improve the situation with TB, India needs to work on socio-economic determinants of health. These are the factors that are hampering the ease of access and the quality of treatment that is available for the common masses.
The social factors dependent on the growth of the population , malnutrition, i
egular population distribution, poor hygiene, poor housing like over crowded, illiteracy, unawareness about the tuberculosis are the leading social attributing causes of occu
ence of tuberculosis.
The fighting facts of India is the poor infrastructures along with slums in major cities like kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, have a higher ratio of people living in a small...
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