In this video, a team of students preparing for a group community health project on the topic “overuse of hands and arms”. The project is a student learning activity of Problem-based Public Health module in the MBBS curriculum offered by the School of Public Health. The team is required to deliver patient education materials and a written report on the topic they decided.
In this video, the 4 students have used skills learned in Section 3 to evaluate the information found in various databases on a journal article, e-books, anatomy and drug information, etc. They have now come up with a batch of most relevant information that they will use in their community health project assignment which comprises the creation of patient education materials and the writing up of a project report.
They meet to discuss what information they should use to fulfil the information tasks. The issue of properly citing sources of the information used also comes up as a skill that they also need to master to avoid plagiarism.
In this video, a team of students found one article about the candy-soda geyser from the Journal of Chemical Education and would like to add this into the General Chemistry Laboratory. However, the journal article was published in 2007, so it is a bit out of date.
Prof Cheong encourages you to search for any recent updates to this experiment.
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