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Course Name: Dengue

Instructor’s Name: Fatima Eayesha S. Sali

General Objective: The course deals with the concept of aspects of nursing management, treatments, preventions, clinical signs and symptoms of a patient experiencing Dengue Fever. This serves an additional knowledge for the patient having the said disease.

Venue: Brent Hospital

Placement: Patients/Watchers

|Specific Objectives |Content |Time Allotted |Strategies |Resources/ References |Evaluation |
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|At the end of 20 minutes |Dengue | |Add interest and |Internet: |- Prompt feed backing on the |
|lectures, the audience will| |5 min |stimulation during the |- http://www.medicinenet.com/ |students’ progress to facilitate |
|be able to: |What is dengue fever? | |discussion; |dengue_fever/article.htm |learning |
| |Dengue fever is a disease caused by a family of viruses that are transmitted by | | |-Cuevas, Frances., Public Health Nursing | |
|Learn the treatments, |mosquitoes. It is an acute illness of sudden onset that usually follows a benign | |And encourage collaborative|

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