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HIV AIDS Research Wksht

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									HIV-AIDS Research                                                         Name_____________________________

You will be given a series of questions that pertain to the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Each student has a different set of
questions to be answered, and subsequently will be presented to the class. Your assignment is to organize your
research into a PowerPoint project so that your classmates will be able to take notes from your research. The
requirements for this project are as follows:



Rubric for HIV-AIDS Research

    -   ___________/90 A minimum of one slide per question to be answered.
    -   ___________/10 One picture that is relevant to the question.
    -   ___________/10 References listed on a works cited slide at the end of the project.
           o Information and pictures!
    -   ___________/40 Completed research worksheet with all answers.

    Total = ____________/150


HIV-AIDS Research Questions 1
Use the following websites along with additional resources to answer your research questions:

http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.html
http://aids.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/HIVandAIDSActivities/default.htm
http://www.testing411.org/
http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/


HIV/AIDS

    1) What is HIV?


    2) What is AIDS?


    3) What is the relationship between HIV and AIDS?



History of HIV

    1) When was AIDS first reported?


    2) When was AIDS identified as being caused by HIV?
    3) When was the first drug approved for the treatment of AIDS and when was it approved?


    4) When did a scientific review panel confirm that condoms were effective against HIV/AIDS?



Origin of HIV

    1) What organism is believed to be the source of HIV infections in humans?


    2) How did HIV move from this organism to humans?
HIV-AIDS Research                                                         Name_____________________________

You will be given a series of questions that pertain to the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Each student has a different set of
questions to be answered, and subsequently will be presented to the class. Your assignment is to organize your
research into a PowerPoint project so that your classmates will be able to take notes from your research. The
requirements for this project are as follows:



Rubric for HIV-AIDS Research

    -   ___________/90 A minimum of one slide per question to be answered.
    -   ___________/10 One picture that is relevant to the question.
    -   ___________/10 References listed on a works cited slide at the end of the project.
           o Information and pictures!
    -   ___________/40 Completed research worksheet with all answers.

    Total = ____________/150


HIV-AIDS Research Questions 2
Use the following websites along with additional resources to answer your research questions:

http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.html
http://aids.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/HIVandAIDSActivities/default.htm
http://www.testing411.org/
http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/
Transmission of HIV

    1) When did the Red Cross begin to screen for HIV in their blood supplies?


    2) Is AIDS considered an STD (sexually transmitted disease)?


    3) Can I get HIV from a tattoo or body piercing?


    4) How can a mother transmit HIV/AIDS to her child?



Testing Procedures

    1) Who should be tested for HIV/AIDS?


    2) What information is gained from HIV testing?
3) Is a onetime test good enough? Why or why not?


4) Where can I get tested for HIV/AIDS?
HIV-AIDS Research                                                         Name_____________________________

You will be given a series of questions that pertain to the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Each student has a different set of
questions to be answered, and subsequently will be presented to the class. Your assignment is to organize your
research into a PowerPoint project so that your classmates will be able to take notes from your research. The
requirements for this project are as follows:



Rubric for HIV-AIDS Research

    -   ___________/90 A minimum of one slide per question to be answered.
    -   ___________/10 One picture that is relevant to the question.
    -   ___________/10 References listed on a works cited slide at the end of the project.
           o Information and pictures!
    -   ___________/40 Completed research worksheet with all answers.

    Total = ____________/150


HIV-AIDS Research Questions 3
Use the following websites along with additional resources to answer your research questions:

http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.html
http://aids.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/HIVandAIDSActivities/default.htm
http://www.testing411.org/
http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/

Diagnosis
    1) How can I tell if I am infected with HIV?


    2) How long after a possible exposure should I wait before being tested?


    3) What body fluids are used to diagnose HIV?




Data
   1) Which age category had the highest estimated number of AIDS cases in 2006?


    2) Which race or ethnic group had the highest estimated number of AIDS cases in 2006?


    3) How many estimated cases of HIV/AIDS among people age 15-19 were there in 2006?
Treatment
    1) What is the cure for AIDS?


   2) What type of vaccine is available for AIDS?


   3) What treatment options are there available?
HIV-AIDS Research                                                         Name_____________________________

You will be given a series of questions that pertain to the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Each student has a different set of
questions to be answered, and subsequently will be presented to the class. Your assignment is to organize your
research into a PowerPoint project so that your classmates will be able to take notes from your research. The
requirements for this project are as follows:



Rubric for HIV-AIDS Research

    -   ___________/90 A minimum of one slide per question to be answered.
    -   ___________/10 One picture that is relevant to the question.
    -   ___________/10 References listed on a works cited slide at the end of the project.
           o Information and pictures!
    -   ___________/40 Completed research worksheet with all answers.

    Total = ____________/150


HIV-AIDS Research Questions 4
Use the following websites along with additional resources to answer your research questions:

http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.html
http://aids.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/HIVandAIDSActivities/default.htm
http://www.testing411.org/
http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/

Symptoms
   1) How soon will I begin to show symptoms of AIDS after being infected with HIV?


    2) What are the symptoms of advanced HIV infection?




Prognosis
   1) As of today, what is the average lifespan for someone diagnosed with HIV/AIDS?


    2) What are some reasons that anti-HIV medications cannot be taken for a lifetime?


    3) How often will I need to test for viral load to be sure the medication is working properly?
Prevention
    1) What are 2-3 ways that sexually active individuals can protect themselves from the sexual transmission of
       HIV?


   2) How can injection drug users reduce their risk for HIV infection?


   3) What are the ABCs of HIV prevention?
HIV-AIDS Research                                                         Name_____________________________

You will be given a series of questions that pertain to the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Each student has a different set of
questions to be answered, and subsequently will be presented to the class. Your assignment is to organize your
research into a PowerPoint project so that your classmates will be able to take notes from your research. The
requirements for this project are as follows:



Rubric for HIV-AIDS Research

    -   ___________/90 A minimum of one slide per question to be answered.
    -   ___________/10 One picture that is relevant to the question.
    -   ___________/10 References listed on a works cited slide at the end of the project.
           o Information and pictures!
    -   ___________/40 Completed research worksheet with all answers.

    Total = ____________/150


HIV-AIDS Research Questions 5
Use the following websites along with additional resources to answer your research questions:

http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.html
http://aids.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ByAudience/ForPatientAdvocates/HIVandAIDSActivities/default.htm
http://www.testing411.org/
http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/

Celebrity Cases

    1) What are they famous for?
    2) When and how did they contract HIV/AIDS?
    3) Are they living or dead today?

    -   Arthur Ashe



    -   Rock Hudson



    -   Magic Johnson



    -   Ryan White
HIV/AIDS Research Project                                              Name_____________________________

HIV/AIDS

   1) What is HIV?


   2) What is AIDS?


   3) What is the relationship between HIV and AIDS?



History of HIV

   4) When was AIDS first reported?


   5) When was AIDS identified as being caused by HIV?


   6) When was the first drug approved for the treatment of AIDS and when was it approved?


   7) When did a scientific review panel confirm that condoms were effective against HIV/AIDS?



Origin of HIV

   8) What organism is believed to be the source of HIV infections in humans?


   9) How did HIV move from this organism to humans?



Transmission of HIV

   10) When did the Red Cross begin to screen for HIV in their blood supplies?


   11) Is AIDS considered an STD (sexually transmitted disease)?


   12) Can I get HIV from a tattoo or body piercing?


   13) How can a mother transmit HIV/AIDS to her child?
Testing Procedures

    14) Who should be tested for HIV/AIDS?


    15) What information is gained from HIV testing?


    16) Is a onetime test good enough? Why or why not?


    17) Where can I get tested for HIV/AIDS?


Diagnosis
    18) How can I tell if I am infected with HIV?


    19) How long after a possible exposure should I wait before being tested?


    20) What body fluids are used to diagnose HIV?




Data
   21) Which age category had the highest estimated number of AIDS cases in 2006?


    22) Which race or ethnic group had the highest estimated number of AIDS cases in 2006?


    23) How many estimated cases of HIV/AIDS among people age 15-19 were there in 2006?




Treatment
    24) What is the cure for AIDS?


    25) What type of vaccine is available for AIDS?


    26) What treatment options are there available?


Symptoms
   27) How soon will I begin to show symptoms of AIDS after being infected with HIV?


    28) What are the symptoms of advanced HIV infection?
Prognosis
   29) As of today, what is the average lifespan for someone diagnosed with HIV/AIDS?


    30) What are some reasons that anti-HIV medications cannot be taken for a lifetime?


    31) How often will I need to test for viral load to be sure the medication is working properly?




Prevention
    32) What are 2-3 ways that sexually active individuals can protect themselves from the sexual transmission of
        HIV?


    33) How can injection drug users reduce their risk for HIV infection?


    34) What are the ABCs of HIV prevention?


Celebrity Cases

    -   Arthur Ashe


            o     What are they famous for?


            o     When and how did they contract HIV/AIDS?


            o     Are they living or dead today?


    -   Rock Hudson


            o     What are they famous for?


            o     When and how did they contract HIV/AIDS?


            o     Are they living or dead today?
-   Magic Johnson


       o   What are they famous for?


       o   When and how did they contract HIV/AIDS?


       o   Are they living or dead today?


-   Ryan White


       o   What are they famous for?


       o   When and how did they contract HIV/AIDS?


       o   Are they living or dead today?

								
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