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Author:

Katayoun Chamany
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Eugene Lang College/ New School University
chamanyk@newschool.edu

Abstract:

We are a recipient of a 2004 National Dissemination grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Undergraduate Education and has been cited as a source for model case studies by the National Research Council and the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Keywords: 2004 National Dissemination grant, National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education, NSF, National Science Digital Library, NSDL, American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, National Research Council, NRC, Biology2010
Topical Area: web20
Educational Level: web20
Formats: web20
Type/Method: web20
Language: web20
Subject Headings: Public Health   Biology (General)   Medicine (General)   Evolutionary Biology   Nursing  
Date Posted: 3/5/2010
Date Modified:
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Videos

The following video(s) are recommended for use in association with this case study.

  Threat of Tuberculosis
PBS affiliates WGBH Educational Foundation and Clear Blue Sky Productions, Inc., have produced a powerful short (5 min 5 sec) video on multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis that instructiors interested in this case study may want to use to introduce the subject to their students.

The case works well with students who have access to the Internet outside of class. I adapted the study by working with the students in the computer lab while reviewing the video clips from PBS. You may want to check out the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. This site allows access to three datasets which can be searched by several variables, specifically with tuberculosis. This will allow students to check out the rates of tuberculosis by borough, SES, gender, etc. The website is: https://a816-health3ssl.nyc.gov/


Heide Hlawaty
CORE and Urban Studies
Metropolitan College of New York
New York, New York
hhlawaty@mcny.edu
10/21/2006



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