Malaria: Mosquito Borne Infectious Disease

Hello Everyone,

My name is Rose Murey. I am a student at Walden University, MPH program. I would like to share my presentation about Malaria. Although malaria has been eradicated in some continents, it still poses a  challenges and risk to those travelling to still malaria endemic areas. This presentation is an overview about malaria history, current situation and preventative measures. I hope this presentation will be helpful in raising awareness and educating tourists about malaria.

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Thank you,

Rose Murey

PUBH 6165 Environmental Health

 

 

 

 

Increasing Public Knowledge about Malaria in Uganda

Hello everyone,

This presentation focuses on increasing the knowledge of the general public about the malaria- a disease that has caused hundreds and thousands of deaths among children in developing countries including Uganda. Combined efforts from  different stakeholders have tried to address this problem but often times, caregivers especially mothers  to the most affected age group ( children bellow five years) are not equipped with the necessary knowledge about this communicable disease yet children bellow five years spend most of their time under the care and guardianship of female caregivers. This presentations seeks to empower caregivers of children under five years with the knowledge about the causes, mode of transmission and most importantly, prevention measures at household level.

I hope this information will help in strengthening and scaling up malaria prevention interventions at the community, district and national level.

I appreciate and welcome any comments  regarding this presentation.

Please click here to view the presentation

Thank You

Nakyanzi S

PUBH 6165  Environmental Health

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The Importance of Nutritional Information on Restaurant Menus

In this presentation, I will appeal to various restaurant owners and managers within the South Texas region, especially in the Corpus Christi area where I live to allow for nutrition information to be placed on menus in their restaurants. I hope the information that is brought across will help to reveal why this action is important.

Click on this link to view the presentation WK9AssgnGuilloryS (1). If you have any questions or comments please do so. Thanks.

Shanell Guillory

PUBH 6165-2 Environmental Health

Walden University

What’s In Your Food?

This presentation focuses on providing nutritional information in restaurants focused primarily on those located in Columbus and Central Ohio. This allows consumers to make informed decisions about what they plan to eat for their meals and affecting what other meals they may eat after leaving the restaurants. I hope that you all find it informative. Thank you.

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Oluwole Abimbola

PUBH-6165: Environmental Health

Walden University

Know What to do When Natural Disaster Strikes

This Presentation focuses on natural disaster risk in Washington’s Skagit County and how teens can be an integral part of preparedness, action and recovery. I hope this presentation is helpful, please feel free to leave comments or questions. Thank you.

Pam Wallenfelsz

Aspects of Environmental Health PUBH 6165-4

Walden University

Naegleria Fowleri

The intent of this presentation is to increase awareness of the amoeba Naegleria fowleri and its associated disease, primary amebic meningoencephalitis. It provides information about how infection occurs and offers suggestions for infection prevention. This presentation is especially useful for parents, as children are especially vulnerable.

Please click here to view my presentation: NaegleriaFowleriNWilson

I hope that the information is helpful. If you have a question or a comment, please feel free to contact me. Thank you.

Nancy Wilson

PUBH 6165-04, Environmental Health, Walden University

Cholera and Sanitation in Ghana

The purpose of this presentation is intended to bring awareness / knowledge on sanitation in the environment. Cholera in Ghana (West Africa) is an example.

Thank you

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