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Designing an infographic about a public health issue related to microbes. Your topic can be a specific disease or a human activity or industry that impacts public health. You must research the topic in depth and provide details from reputable sources.

MODULE 5: EPIDEMIOLOGY IN ACTION
OVERVIEW
In this assignment, you will create an infographic about a disease that has caused an
outbreak that shows its trajectory including identification, treatment, and control.
INSTRUCTIONS
In this assignment, you are responsible for designing an infographic about a public
health issue related to microbes. Your topic can be a specific disease or a human
activity or industry that impacts public health. You must research the topic in depth and
provide details from reputable sources. See the instructions for how to design an
infographic in Microsoft PowerPoint and these examples and the official templates for
inspiration. Post your infographic to the M5 Individual Assignment Peer Review Posts
Discussion board. You will complete a peer review of one other student’s infographic as
a reply to their post.
Your infographic must include:
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6.
At least five sources cited in APA format at the bottom of the infographic.
At least one graphic or chart.
At least three images.
Accurate data, statistics, and details about the public health problem.
A scientific explanation of why the problem exists.
At least one potential solution or prevention method.
Submit the following items:
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Submit your infographic for Epidemiology in Action .ppt, .pptx, or .pdf file to the
Assignment Submission folder.
Submit your infographic to the M5 Individual Assignment Peer Review Posts
Discussion.
Submit a peer review post for one of your classmate’s infographic in the M5
Individual Assignment Peer Review Posts Discussion.
Steps to Control Covid 19
The sign for Covid 19
Steps
Wear a mask- masks prevents people from contacting the virus through sneezing and coughing
Stay at least 6 feet from people- prevent the physical contact hence prevents contraction
Wash hands often- washing of the hand and sanitization with alcohol kills the virus
The above mentioned measures ensure the virus is not contacted and spread. However, the
government has the responsibility to vaccinate and treat people with the disease.
HUMAN ACTIVITY
INFOGRAPHIC FOR MEASLES
SYMPTOMS
10-12 days
coughing
Lose of
Appitite
Prevention Methods
Hand
Vaccination Immunization washing
Wearing
face
mask
Temperatur
e
Sleepness
Running
Nose
Pink Eyes
Spots
inside
the mouth
Sensitivity
to light
Measles is highly infectious disease that is contagious caused by
measles virus. The symptoms are developed for 10-12 day after
getting infected and they last for 7-10 days. The first symptoms
include cough, fever, runny nose, high temperature of above 40°
and inflamed eyes. It mostly get small children but can be prevented
easily by vaccinating them and is spread through air when and
infected person coughs or sneeze. The symptoms do not appear
until its 10-14 days after being infected. Its difficult to treat but one
is usually given fever reducers and vitamin A tablets to reduce the
symptoms (Perry & Halsey (2004)
When you suspect to have measles, your doctor will need to
diagnose it using the disease characteristics such as blue white
spots and red blackground on the cheek outside lining. A number of
doctors have never seen a petient suffering from this disease and
may confuse it with an number of other disease if the rash to treat
the patient. Its good to do blood test to confirm if for sure it is
measles. The test can also be done using urine or throat swap.
(Shaheen, et al (1996).
Even though there are good vaccines in the world , there are still
more cases of deaths worldwide every year. Measles vaccine help
73% to reduce measles death across the world as recorded
between the year 2000-2018. In 2018 , there were more than
140,000 deaths caused by measles. (Thar (2020).
The following are some of the measure that you can take;
a) Preventable by vaccine
b) Treatable by a medical professional
c) Requires a medical diagnosis
d) Lab tests or imaging often required
HOW IT SPREAD
a) Through mother to baby by labor, pregnancy, and even nursing.
b) Through airborne respiratory droplets ( through sneezes or
coughs).
c) Through saliva (kissing or shared drinks).
d) Through touching a contaminated surface
e) Through handshakes or ( hugs skin-to-skin contact).
Citation
Perry, R. T., & Halsey, N. A. (2004). The clinical significance of measles:
a review. The Journal of infectious diseases, 189(Supplement_1), S4S16.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC. (1989). Measles prevention. MMWR
supplements, 38(9), 1-18.
Moss, W. J., & Griffin, D. E. (2006). Global measles elimination. Nature
Reviews Microbiology, 4(12), 900-908.
Chen, R. T., Markowitz, L. E., Albrecht, P., Stewart, J. A., Mofenson, L.
M., Preblud, S. R., & Orenstein, W. A. (1990). Measles antibody:
reevaluation of protective titers. Journal of infectious diseases, 162(5),
1036-1042.
Shaheen, S. O., Barker, D. J. P., Heyes, C. B., Shiell, A. W., Aaby, P., Hall,
A. J., & Goudiaby, A. (1996). Measles and atopy in Guinea-Bissau. The
Lancet, 347(9018), 1792-1796.
HUMAN ACTIVITY
INFOGRAPHIC FOR MEASLES
SYMPTOMS
10-12 days
coughing
Lose of
Appitite
Prevention Methods
Hand
Vaccination Immunization washing
Wearing
face
mask
Temperatur
e
Sleepness
Running
Nose
Pink Eyes
Spots
inside
the mouth
Sensitivity
to light
Measles is highly infectious disease that is contagious caused by
measles virus. The symptoms are developed for 10-12 day after
getting infected and they last for 7-10 days. The first symptoms
include cough, fever, runny nose, high temperature of above 40°
and inflamed eyes. It mostly get small children but can be prevented
easily by vaccinating them and is spread through air when and
infected person coughs or sneeze. The symptoms do not appear
until its 10-14 days after being infected. Its difficult to treat but one
is usually given fever reducers and vitamin A tablets to reduce the
symptoms (Perry & Halsey (2004)
When you suspect to have measles, your doctor will need to
diagnose it using the disease characteristics such as blue white
spots and red blackground on the cheek outside lining. A number of
doctors have never seen a petient suffering from this disease and
may confuse it with an number of other disease if the rash to treat
the patient. Its good to do blood test to confirm if for sure it is
measles. The test can also be done using urine or throat swap.
(Shaheen, et al (1996).
Even though there are good vaccines in the world , there are still
more cases of deaths worldwide every year. Measles vaccine help
73% to reduce measles death across the world as recorded
between the year 2000-2018. In 2018 , there were more than
140,000 deaths caused by measles. (Thar (2020).
The following are some of the measure that you can take;
a) Preventable by vaccine
b) Treatable by a medical professional
c) Requires a medical diagnosis
d) Lab tests or imaging often required
HOW IT SPREAD
a) Through mother to baby by labor, pregnancy, and even nursing.
b) Through airborne respiratory droplets ( through sneezes or
coughs).
c) Through saliva (kissing or shared drinks).
d) Through touching a contaminated surface
e) Through handshakes or ( hugs skin-to-skin contact).
Citation
Perry, R. T., & Halsey, N. A. (2004). The clinical significance of measles:
a review. The Journal of infectious diseases, 189(Supplement_1), S4S16.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC. (1989). Measles prevention. MMWR
supplements, 38(9), 1-18.
Moss, W. J., & Griffin, D. E. (2006). Global measles elimination. Nature
Reviews Microbiology, 4(12), 900-908.
Chen, R. T., Markowitz, L. E., Albrecht, P., Stewart, J. A., Mofenson, L.
M., Preblud, S. R., & Orenstein, W. A. (1990). Measles antibody:
reevaluation of protective titers. Journal of infectious diseases, 162(5),
1036-1042.
Shaheen, S. O., Barker, D. J. P., Heyes, C. B., Shiell, A. W., Aaby, P., Hall,
A. J., & Goudiaby, A. (1996). Measles and atopy in Guinea-Bissau. The
Lancet, 347(9018), 1792-1796.
What is
PARALANGUAGE?
What is
PARALANGUAGE?
And How Can You Use it to Give
Better Presentations?
And How Can You Use It to Give
Better Presentations?
WE SPEAK PARALANGUAGE WHEN
we gosp. sigh clear our throats. change our tone,whisper or
shout emphasize certain words, wave our hands. tronnor
smile, tough or cry.string vocal identifiers like uh-huh andah
hah between our words, or speak faster or slower.
WHEN PEOPLE SPEAK TO US.
we absorb a mere 7% of what
they are saying through the
words they use
we derive 55% of the meaning from their
body gestures and posture and physical
clues and 38 percent from the tone and
inflections of the words they present
WE SPEAK PARALANGUAGE WHEN
we gasp, sigh, clear our throats, change our tone, whisper or
shout, emphasize certain words, wave our hands, frown or
smile, laugh or cry, string vocal identifiers like uh-huh and ah-
hah between our words, or speak faster or slower.
55%
38%
Words
Body Language
Tone & Inflections
We cannot trust our bodies to speak as one
with our words. They will betray us, with
breathless gasps, with hurried words that
depict our nervousness, with incredulous
expressions even while we nod agreement
0
WHEN PEOPLE SPEAK TO US,
IN OUR EVERYDAY COMMUNICATIONS,
we absorb a mere 7% of what
they are saying through the
words they use.
we derive 55% of the meaning from their
body gestures and posture and physical
clues, and 38 percent from the tone and
inflections of the words they present.
most use shortcuts to delivering messages. We ask
people to come closer by beckoning with our finger,
we hold our hands up to tell others to back off, and
we shrug to indicate we don’t know the answer.
55%
38%
93.0%
BEWARE THE CULTURE CAVEAT
Words
Body Language
Tone & Inflections
| ВАЛ
Spitting on a person is considered
a sign of disrespect and insult in
the North American and
European cultures.
CODO
But in the culture of Massai
in Kenya, spitting on newborns
and brides is considered a
blessing
We cannot trust our bodies to speak as one
with our words. They will betray us, with
breathless gasps, with hurried words that
depict our nervousness, with incredulous
expressions even while we nod agreement.
Source Ale Alert the theatre chess of Barang Mounted
2010 away the 2010 des Em Ou Santa Baltungen
aan Sancha Gold Coach Bench
Nha La Lai 3 Hunt
Copyright 2017 M. Company
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INFOGRAPHICS
THE BENEFITS OF THEIR USE ONLINE
PRESENTERS WHO USE VISUAL AIDS ARE
43%
90%
WE
MORE
EFFECTIVE
IN PERSUADING AUDIENCE
MEMBERS TO TAKE A
DESIRED COURSE OF ACTION
OF INFORMATION
TRANSMITTED TO THE
BRAIN IS VISUAL
TEXT = SHORT TERM MEMORY
IMAGES = LONG TERM MEMORY
40%
OF PEOPLE
ΤΕΙ
VISUAL INFORMATION
THAN TEXT
“A curved line
with every point
equal distance
from the center”
Textual Description
Graphical Description
IT IS MUCH EASIER TO SHOW A CIRCLE
THAN DESCRIBE IT
HIGH QUALITY
INFOGRAPHICS
ARE
USERS HAVE
TIME TO READ
28% OF THE
WORDS ON AN
AVERAGE WEB
PAGE AT MOST
(20% IS MORE LIKELY)
79%
% OF USERS
SCAN ANY NEW
PAGE THEY
COME ACROSS
ONLY 16% READ
WORD-BY-WORD
€ 30x
MORE LIKELY TO
BE READ THAN
TEXT ARTICLES
f
SOCIAL NETWORKS
MOST POPULAR SITES
OO RELY MAJORLY ON
IMAGE POSTS
INFOGRAPHICS CAN
BE SHARED IN AN
INSTANT
LOADING IS
NO PROBLEM
THEY CAN BE
LOADED ON
ANY DEVICE
INSTANTLY
USE OF INFOGRAPHICS
CAUSE A GROWTH OF
IN SITE TRAFFIC
% ON AVERAGE
12%
SOURCES:
“The Power of Visual Communication”
http://www.billiondollargraphics.com/infographics.html
“Infographic Effectiveness Statistics“

Infographic Effectiveness Statistics [Infographic]

“How Little Do Users Read?”
http://www.nngroup.com/articles/how-little-do-users-read/
K
KINO
Read the full blog post @
kinocreative.co.uk/blog
What is
PARALANGUAGE?
What is
PARALANGUAGE?
And How Can You Use it to Give
Better Presentations?
And How Can You Use It to Give
Better Presentations?
WE SPEAK PARALANGUAGE WHEN
we gosp. sigh clear our throats. change our tone,whisper or
shout emphasize certain words, wave our hands. tronnor
smile, tough or cry.string vocal identifiers like uh-huh andah
hah between our words, or speak faster or slower.
WHEN PEOPLE SPEAK TO US.
we absorb a mere 7% of what
they are saying through the
words they use
we derive 55% of the meaning from their
body gestures and posture and physical
clues and 38 percent from the tone and
inflections of the words they present
WE SPEAK PARALANGUAGE WHEN
we gasp, sigh, clear our throats, change our tone, whisper or
shout, emphasize certain words, wave our hands, frown or
smile, laugh or cry, string vocal identifiers like uh-huh and ah-
hah between our words, or speak faster or slower.
55%
38%
Words
Body Language
Tone & Inflections
We cannot trust our bodies to speak as one
with our words. They will betray us, with
breathless gasps, with hurried words that
depict our nervousness, with incredulous
expressions even while we nod agreement
0
WHEN PEOPLE SPEAK TO US,
IN OUR EVERYDAY COMMUNICATIONS,
we absorb a mere 7% of what
they are saying through the
words they use.
we derive 55% of the meaning from their
body gestures and posture and physical
clues, and 38 percent from the tone and
inflections of the words they present.
most use shortcuts to delivering messages. We ask
people to come closer by beckoning with our finger,
we hold our hands up to tell others to back off, and
we shrug to indicate we don’t know the answer.
55%
38%
93.0%
BEWARE THE CULTURE CAVEAT
Words
Body Language
Tone & Inflections
| ВАЛ
Spitting on a person is considered
a sign of disrespect and insult in
the North American and
European cultures.
CODO
But in the culture of Massai
in Kenya, spitting on newborns
and brides is considered a
blessing
We cannot trust our bodies to speak as one
with our words. They will betray us, with
breathless gasps, with hurried words that
depict our nervousness, with incredulous
expressions even while we nod agreement.
Source Ale Alert the theatre chess of Barang Mounted
2010 away the 2010 des Em Ou Santa Baltungen
aan Sancha Gold Coach Bench
Nha La Lai 3 Hunt
Copyright 2017 M. Company
Logo
Number is left-aligned
and bolded
Title is in title case,
left-aligned, and italicized
Figure 1
Timeline of Efforts to Combat Malaria
1948
Malaria control
Performed in Egypt,
British Guinea, Italy
& Greece
1950
Report on effect on
pregnancy and infancy
in Southern Nigeria
1947
Geneva, First expert
committee formed on
Malaria
1949
First committee on
insecticides formed
1950
Malaria conference in
Equatorial Africa
Italicize the word
“Note”
Note. Timeline of first official reports and actions taken to combat
Malaria. From “WHO/MAL series of OFFSET documents (1947-
2000),” by World Health Organization, 2012, pp. 7-15.
(https://www.who.int/malaria/publications/atoz/whomal_2012.1119
.pdf?ua=1).

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