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View Resource HIV/AIDS: Global Perspectives, Implications and Solutions

Students will estimate the impact of HIV/AIDS on world populations. They will look at adult and child case numbers as well as look at the effect of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on the existing public health care systems. Students will also make predictions about future impacts on the hardest hit regions based on their GIS data research. This resource includes student worksheets, an answer sheet, and...

View Resource MicroMatters

The BioEd Online Project at Baylor University's College of Medicine continues to release new educational resources for persons in the fields of health science, medicine, and biology. Their MicroMatters project creates "teaching materials and online resources in microbiology and infectious diseases," and is a welcome addition to BioEd's existing materials. MicroMatters is a short magazine designed...

View Resource A Multi-Dimensional Study of HIV: A Case-Based Biology Lesson Plan

This activity is designed as an end-of-year project that incorporates skills such as Internet research and using Biology Workbench. Students should already have learned molecular biology and the basics of virology and immunology. After completeing this case, students will be able to analyze the effects of AIDS on a specific Ugandan community; identify questions or information concerning AIDS and...

View Resource HIV Medicine

From Flying Publisher, "HIV Medicine 2005" is a free, online "medical textbook that provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the treatment of HIV Infection." This edition is an update of the 2003 version of the textbook (reported on in the June 13, 2003 NSDL Scout Report for Life Sciences). Chapter titles in the textbook include HIV Testing, HIV and Pulmonary Diseases, Mitochondrial...

View Resource NIOSH Topic Page: Bloodborne Infectious Diseases: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B Virus, and Hepatitis C

This NIOSH Safety and Health Topic website provides information regarding the following bloodborne infectious diseases: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B Virus, and Hepatitis C Virus. The safety and health topic website describes how exposures to blood and other body fluids occur across a wide variety of occupations.

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