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01 Doctor/Patient Dialogue

Writing 01
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Rob Mead

on 7 July 2015

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Doctor/Patient Dialogue
Writing 01
In Project 5, YOU are a doctor and you have to diagnose, treat, and cure an infectious disease.
And, I am the patient...
Here's what happens...

Twenty years from now, you have finished MBS, finished college, and finished medical school. You are a doctor, an infectious disease specialist. One day, I walk into your office because I am very sick You diagnose my illness and make me well again.
Don't get too excited... there are a couple of rules.
And there are some things you have to do:
You can give me all sorts of horrible diseases:
So the assignment has four parts:
There are five technical requirements:
Submit your work to your Sci7 Submit Work folder on your Google Drive.

If you submit your work early, I will review it for you.
And remember, there are other exercises you can do:
• Create your own Prezi
A Prezi should be about your infectious disease and should have at least ten slides...
And if you do the Virtual Patient app — try to get 70% of the questions correct!
( 1 ) You can't kill me. (You have to cure me.)
( 2 ) You can't give me an STD. (AWKWARD!)
( 3 ) You can't give me unnecessary painful tests.
( 1 ) You have to take my (fictional) medical history
( 2 ) You have to ask questions leading to a diagnosis
( 3 ) You have to run tests to confirm the diagnosis
( 4 ) You have to explain the disease to me (how I probably got it, what causes it, what will happen if left untreated, and what will happen if you treat it)

( 5 ) You have to treat it and, if curable, cure it
• Viral infections (SARS, pneumonia, West Nile Virus, rabies, Marburg, Ebola, Lassa River Virus, etc.)

• Bacterial infections (scarlet fever, meningitis, MRSA, salmonella, botulism, cellulitis, etc.)

• Parasites (giardia, malaria, tape worm, bot fly larva, elephantiasis, sleeping sickness, etc.)

• Fungal infections (Actually, let's hold off on these for now...)
• Viral infections (SARS, pneumonia, West Nile Virus, rabies, Marburg, Ebola, Lassa River Virus, etc.)

• Bacterial infections (scarlet fever, meningitis, MRSA, salmonella, botulism, cellulitis, etc.)

• Parasites (giardia, malaria, tape worm, bot fly larva, elephantiasis, sleeping sickness, etc.)

• Fungal infections (Actually, let's hold off on these for now...)
• Viral infections (SARS, pneumonia, West Nile Virus, rabies, Marburg, Ebola, Lassa River Virus, etc.)

• Bacterial infections (scarlet fever, meningitis, MRSA, salmonella, botulism, cellulitis, etc.)

• Parasites (giardia, malaria, tape worm, bot fly larva, elephantiasis, sleeping sickness, etc.)

• Fungal infections (Actually, let's hold off on these for now...)
• Viral infections (SARS, pneumonia, West Nile Virus, rabies, Marburg, Ebola, Lassa River Virus, etc.)

• Bacterial infections (scarlet fever, meningitis, MRSA, salmonella, botulism, cellulitis, etc.)

• Parasites (giardia, malaria, tape worm, bot fly larva, elephantiasis, sleeping sickness, etc.)

• Fungal infections (Actually, let's hold off on these for now...)
( 1 ) An introductory paragraph about how you became a doctor, what your specialty is, and how you got a surprise visit from one of your former teachers.
( 2 ) The dialogue itself.
( 3 ) A short follow-up paragraph.
( 4 ) A bibliography with five linked websites.
( 1 ) An introductory paragraph about how you became a doctor, what your specialty is, and how you got a surprise visit from one of your former teachers.
( 2 ) The dialogue itself.
( 3 ) A short follow-up paragraph.
( 4 ) A bibliography with five linked websites.
( 1 ) An introductory paragraph about how you became a doctor, what your specialty is, and how you got a surprise visit from one of your former teachers.
( 2 ) The dialogue itself.
( 3 ) A short follow-up paragraph.
( 4 ) A bibliography with five linked websites.
( 1 ) An introductory paragraph about how you became a doctor, what your specialty is, and how you got a surprise visit from one of your former teachers.
( 2 ) The dialogue itself.
( 3 ) A short follow-up paragraph.
( 4 ) A bibliography with five linked websites.
( 1 ) Intro paragraph setting the correct time & place

( 2 ) Dialogue is formatted as "block indent"
( 3 ) No spelling, grammatical, or punctuation errors
( 4 ) Short follow-up paragraph
( 6 ) Minumum of 900 words (three pages)
( 5 ) Five websites as reference (with working links)
• Take the Sculpture Quiz
• Play the Virtual Patient app
• Watch the videos
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