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Presentation Request


Your team has been asked to develop a presentation for a public health conference on a chronic disease or health issue of your choice. You have been asked to develop a poster presentation and provide a speech. You know very little about this conference or the needs for the presentation and speech. You and your team will be required to conduct some research to identify the requirements for this request. Some possible topics to consider for the presentation include the following:



Vaccine-preventable diseases (measles, mumps, varicella).

Heart disease.


Other topics (check with your instructor to confirm your choice is a good one).

Complete the following steps for this assignment:

Develop a series of questions that can be used to obtain the information needed to respond to the request.

Create some potential answers you might receive in response to your questions.

Analyze the data needed, socioeconomic issues to be considered, and language issues related to developing the presentation.

Develop a project plan that lists the tasks you must complete to develop the speech and poster presentation.

Use the Project Plan Template linked in the Resources to complete your project plan.

Note that you will not be developing the materials for the speech and presentation. Instead, you are developing a plan to get these items completed. You must identify the tasks and deliverables as well as the person responsible for completing each task. You will need to consider the following in your project plan:

Topic to be covered.

Data to be collected (related to the topic).



Incidence or prevalence.

Related biological or genetic factors that affect a population’s health.

Any analysis needed.

Needs assessments to be completed.

Socioeconomic issues to be considered.


Visuals that need to be included.

Partnerships – which stakeholders should you connect with to get the needed information?

Tasks required to develop the poster presentation.

Tasks required to develop the speech.

When you have completed your project plan, write a brief analysis of your own strengths and weaknesses in regard to completing the tasks on the project plan (including your cultural proficiency). Which tasks do you feel prepared to do and which tasks will you find more challenging to complete and why?

Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assignment to ensure you meet all evaluation criteria.

Additional Requirements

Your assignment should meet the following requirements:

Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.

APA formatting: Your paper should demonstrate the current APA style and formatting.

Number of resources: Include a minimum of three resources, appropriately cited throughout your paper and in your reference list.

Suggested length: 3–4 pages, typed and double-spaced, not including the title page and reference list.

Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.

Submit your paper and any other required elements to the assignment area.

Cancer as a Current Chronic Disease
Student’s Name
I have selected cancer for my presentation as a current major chronic disease. Cancer is a
dangerous disease globally and is characterized by unusual development that infiltrates and
destroys body tissues. The disease can affect the whole body as it spreads all over the body as
time goes by. Statistically, cancer is the second disease that leads to massive deaths globally.
However, due to improved technology in healthcare, cancer patients’ survival rates have
increased due to enhanced control and treatment (Pizzoli et al., 2019).
The disease results from mutations in DNA found in human cells. The DNA is human
cells play a role in communicating instructions on what a cell should do and how to divide and
grow. Errors concerning the communications of such instructions affect the normality in the
functioning of a cell. Therefore, the cell turns out to be a cancer cell. There are several signs and
symptoms of this chronic disease. However, they vary based on the body’s affected part
(Mahumad et al., 2020). Some of the general signs and symptoms include fatigue, hoarseness,
swallowing difficulty, joint pains, fever and night sweats, shortness of breath, skin color changes,
weight gain or loss, and persistent indigestion (Duthie et al., 2017). Cancer is, in some ways,
related to lifestyle and human behaviors. Some lifestyles are known to be responsible for
increased risks of cancer infection. Some of the mentioned activities, in this case, include too
much exposure to the sun, drinking, smoking, being obese, among others (Tu et al., 2018).
Questions relating to the disease
1. What are the main types of cancers identified globally?
2. What happens during genetic mutation, and what causes it?
3. What is the nature of interactions between genetic mutations?
4. Identify certain signs and symptoms attached to specific types of cancer.
5. How many people are affected by cancer every year worldwide?
6. What can be done to prevent cancer? What routes or recommendations can cancer
patients utilize to increase their chance of survival?
Duthie, K., Strohschein, F. J., & Loiselle, C. G. (2017). Living with cancer & other chronic
conditions: Patients’ perceptions of their healthcare experience. Canadian Oncology
Nursing Journal, 27(1), 43. DOI: 10.5737/236880762714348
Mahumud, R. A., Alam, K., Dunn, J., & Gow, J. (2020). The burden of chronic disease among
Australian cancer patients: Evidence from a longitudinal exploration, 2007-2017. PloS
one, 15(2), e0228744. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0228744
Pizzoli, S. F. M., Renzi, C., Arnaboldi, P., Russell-Edu, W., & Pravettoni, G. (2019). From lifethreatening to chronic disease: Is this the case of cancers? A systematic review. Cogent
Psychology, 6(1), 1577593. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311908.2019.1577593
Tu, H., Wen, C. P., Tsai, S. P., Chow, W. H., Wen, C., Ye, Y., … & Wu, X. (2018). Cancer risk
associated with chronic disease and disease markers: prospective cohort study. BMJ, 360.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k134

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