In your presentation, include the following:
Include at least one type of visual aid in your presentation such as PowerPoint slides, diagrams, white board use, etc.
You are expected to explain the processes or concepts in your own words using references to support your explanations. Include a reference list at the end and cite references verbally or with on screen citations.
- Use appropriate masters level terminology.
- Include all necessary physiology and/or pathophysiology in your explanation.
- Use detailed explanations to teach or explain. Your audience is your classmates and professional colleagues.
- Reference a minimum of two sources; you may cite your etext as a source. Use APA format to style your visual aids and cite your sources. Include a reference page in your video.
- Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.
- Possible Topics:
- Describe the pathophysiology for the vesiculobullous disorders, bullous pemphigoid, and pemphigus.
Describe the clinical manifestations and treatment options for psoriasis.
Distinguish between rubella and rubeola. What are the differences between them in pathology, manifestation, and treatment?
- Provide an overview of common insect bites and parasites affecting children.
- Develop a treatment plan for a child diagnosed with head lice.
- Describe the cellular alterations associated with shock.
- Compare and contrast the different types of shock: cardiogenic, hypovolemic, neurogenic (vasogenic), anaphylactic, and septic.
- Define multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), discuss risk factors associated with MODS, explain the pathogenesis of MODS, and compare primary and secondary MODS.
- Identify the clinical manifestations of MODS by organ system.
- Compare and contrast assessment techniques used to determine the amount of burn injury.
- Discuss burn shock and fluid resuscitation in burns and discuss common treatment methods for burn injuries. Also explain the three essential elements of survival of a major burn injury.
- Compare compensated and uncompensated shock in children.
- Describe the common causes of scald injuries and contact, flame, electrical, and chemical burns in children and Identify factors contributing to the depth of burn injuries in children.
- Explain and characterize the changes in the standard rule-of-nines for burns involving children.
- Define and describe the pathophysiology of reperfusion injury.
- Identify and discuss fluid resuscitation, wound management, pulmonary support, nutritional support, comfort management, and community reintegration of children with burns.