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Global health in the 21st Century

Global health in the 21st CenturyCan societies strike a balance between combating the dangers of viral outbreaks and pandemics, while maintaining the hopes of eradicating established diseases, such as malaria, which claim millions of lives each year?
 
Average global life expectancy has increased from 48 years to 68 years since 1950 but many diseases continue to remain a challenge; and in the UK, one in three baby girls born in 2012 will live to be 100 years old. Despite these changes we have seen diseases such malaria, tuberculosis and HIV reach pandemic levels. This 21CC event asks what are the challenges facing global health?

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  • Challenge Overview Sheet PDF | MSWORD A summary sheet for the entire challenge debate
  • Lesson one plan: The global health challenge PDF | MSWORD Students will receive an introduction to the links between geography and one infectious disease - malaria
  • Lesson one resource sheet PDF | MSWORD
  • Lesson two plan: The global (w)health challenge PDF | MSWORD Students will understand how wealth and poverty are linked to non-communicable diseases (NCD’s) - obesity and malnutrition
  • Lesson two resource sheet PDF | MSWORD
  • Exam Specification Overview PDF | MSWORD This document briefly summarises where the lessons link to each exam board specification (AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC and the IB)

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