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£79 B.P2 Compare the transmission routes of microbes involved in human diseases and relate them to specific infections.
Level: 3 Unit type: Internal Guided learning hours: 60
Learners will cover the key microbiological concepts relevant to the field of health science and their role in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products and in medical diagnostics. Unit in brief
Recent developments in transport have made travel much easier; you can be in a country of very different health standards to your own in a matter of hours. Despite taking precautions, you can be exposed to micro-organisms to which you have no immunity. You will look at the implications of this for the spread of diseases and their control. Unit introduction
In this unit, you will research how diseases are transmitted and what methods can be used to either contain or prevent outbreaks of some diseases. The outbreak of epidemics and the rise of new micro-organisms associated with them is a challenge to all who work in the health science field. You will look at research into producing new antibiotics and antiseptics, and the difficulties of making sure they help rather than harm due to their misuse. Finally, you will research the health benefits of micro-organisms in terms of their uses to produce food, pharmaceuticals and also in genetic engineering.
A comprehensive understanding of all aspects of microbiology can underpin many roles in the health sector, including microbiological scientists, laboratory clinicians and expert roles for advising other medical staff in universities and hospitals.
In this unit you will: Learning aims A. Understand the concepts of microbiology relevant to health science B. Examine the role of micro-organisms in human health and disease C. Investigate the impact of diseases and their treatment in a global context D. Investigate the health benefits of micro-organisms.
Learning aim A : Understand the concepts of microbiology relevant to health science
Justify the methods used to control two different micro-organisms.
A.P1 Explain the requirements that selected micro-organisms need to thrive and how these requirements can be controlled.
A.M1 Analyse the structure of selected micro-organisms and their reproductive methods, and how their transmission can be controlled.
Learning aim B : Examine the role of micro-organisms in human health and disease
BC.D2 Evaluate the reasons for and consequences of the spread of diseases becoming more global.
B.P2 Compare the transmission routes of microbes involved in human diseases and relate them to specific infections.
B.P3 Explain how the immune system is involved in protecting the human body from harmful micro-organisms.
B.M2 Analyse the terms used in epidemiology to show how they apply to the transmission of infectious diseases and human immunity.
Learning aim C : Investigate the impact of diseases and their treatment in a global context
C.P4 Discuss the factors that might be involved in the control of separate outbreaks of two different diseases.
C.P5 Explain the consequences of a disease outbreak, citing examples in each case.
C.M3 Assess the effectiveness of the factors involved in controlling diseases globally.
Learning aim D : Investigate the health benefits of micro-organisms
Evaluate the positive and negative effects of the interrelationship between humans and micro-organisms.
D.P6 Outline how micro-organisms are used by two different commercial enterprises.
D.M4 Analyse the social benefits to humans of three micro-organisms.
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