Pandemic Influenza Prevention

Hi! My name is Shawanna Wilder, I am a PhD student at Walden University in the Community Health Track. This presentation focuses on efforts to prevent an influenza pandemic from occurring. The goal of this presentation is to provide prevention education to those who may come in contact with the Influenza virus on a frequent basis. This presentation is directed to healthcare providers, nursing students, nursing faculty, hospital employees, public health employees as well as jail and prison employees.
Please click here to view the presentationPandemic Influenza Prevention. I hope this information is helpful. If you have any questions, or care to leave a comment, please do so, below.

Thank you,

Shawanna Wilder

Health and Economic Burden of Malaria and our Community Environment

Hello Everyone, my name is Henry Debem. I am a PhD student of Walden University. I study Public Health, specializing in Epidemiology. I developed this presentation on “Health and Economic Burden of Malaria and our Community Environment” with the purpose of making a case for the adoption of Environmental Management Control approach as the best control strategy for Malaria in African communities using Anambra State in Nigeria as a state model. It also promotes the importance of involving environmental control agencies and units in malaria control programs in our communities.

The appropriate audience for this presentation are the Malaria control key decision makers in the regions, provinces, states, and communities. These include senior and technical personnel of the State Ministries of Health, State and Local Malaria Control Programs, State and Local Public Health Departments,  State Environmental Control Agencies, and  State and local representatives of international donor agencies like CDC, USAID, UK DFID, Global Funds, World Bank, WHO, etc.

Enjoy the presentation

Henry Debem

PUBH 8165

Dengue Fever

This presentation provides an overview on dengue fever to educate affected individuals and other relevant stakeholders on what dengue fever is, its causes, symptoms, how it is transmitted, treatment options and ways which infections can be prevented.

Please click here to view presentation. I hope this presentation is deemed helpful and provides additional knowledge on the dengue fever. Please feel free to leave any comments or questions which may arise.

Thank You

KerryAnn Nelson

PUBH 8165-01 Environmental Health

Walden University

Foodborne illness for the general public

This presentation focuses on efforts to increase the general public’s awareness on food safety.  It discusses 3 main causes of foodborne illness, specifically, campylobacter jejuni, salmonella and  e coli. Food safety tips are also discussed.

Foodborne Illness for the General Public.

I hope that the information is helpful. If you have any questions, or care to leave a comment, please do so below. Thank you.

Heidi Jones

PUBH 8165-3, Environmental Health

Walden University

West Nile Virus, What you don’t know can hurt you.

California was badly hit by this virus recently. This presentation was designed for the YMCA camp counselors in preparation for this upcoming summer camp.

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Recycling Electronic Waste

Recycling Electronic Waste

The purpose of this presentation is to give a snapshot of recycling electronic waste and is intended for Hospitals, for their enormous use of various electronics; Counties, for their involvement in the management of the environmental resources; Electronic Industries, for being a major stakeholder in the subject as well as their involvement in production; and Consumers, to create awareness of proper disposal and effects of improper disposal.
Please click here to view presentation. Happy Viewing and please leave your question or comment below. Thank You

Catherine Ugo
PUBH 6165-04, Environmental Health
Walden University

West Nile Virus in the State of Georgia, United States

This presentation gives an overview of West Nile Virus in the State of Georgia, United States.  Detailed information about this re-emerging disease in the United States is provided, including the causes, prevention and control, and recommendations for the reduction of infection and outbreaks.  The presentation is directed to officials in the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Department of Public Health, and community leaders in the State of Georgia.  Officials in similar departments in other States would also benefit from the information provided.

Please click here to view presentation. I hope that the information is helpful. If you have any questions, or care to leave a comment, please do so, below. Thank you.

Fathiya Hampton

PUBH 8165 Environmental Health

Walden University

Minimizing Waste in Lamar County, Georgia

The purpose of my presentation is to inform you on how to reduce, reuse, and recycle in order to make your community a better place to live in for years to come.  My presentation identifies ways you can support local businesses, make charitable contributions, and earn money through recycling efforts.  It is addressed to the community of Lamar County, but the concepts apply to everyone.

Please click here to view Ways to Minimize Waste.  I hope you find the presentation informative.  Please share comments on what you think or experiences you have in minimizing waste.

Trisha Walker

PUBH 8165, Environmental Health

Walden University

Malaria in Children

This presentation focuses on helping you to understand what malaria is, how it is transmitted, the distribution of the disease geographically and risk factors that place certain members of populations more at risk than others, especially children, the signs and symptoms of infection, the burden that the disease places upon those who live in the endemic communities as well as the burden on the rest of the world, how malaria may be treated, and most importantly, how it can be prevented.

 

This presentation is directed to United States Citizens who would like to become more informed about malaria.  Please click to view the presentation: Malaria in Children.

 

I hope that the information provided is helpful.  If you have any questions, or care to leave a comment, please do so, below. Thank you.

 

Amanda Larson

Master of Public Health Student

PUBH 6165-3

Environmental Health Walden University

West Nile virus: Prevention & Control in Washington, DC

In this presentation, statistical facts and epidemiological background of West Nile virus are summarized.  The main focus of this presentation is to provide the people with basic knowledge on the infection and promote community-level prevention and control.  West Nile virus causes seasonal outbreaks in many states, and the incidence rate is increasing every year. Implementing local vector control measures is best way to reduce the infection.

I hope you find the information helpful.

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Thank you very much

Miyuki Horie

PUBH 6165 Environmental Health

Walden University

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