I need a Pamphlet written on the dengue virus. it's need to be done as a pamphlet not a paper. I've uploaded the instructions and the outline to go by. Two more sources need to found as well. I have three in the outline already.

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Outline
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
1. Overview of what is Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
a. Transmitted by Aedes mosquitos.
b. Prevalent in warm humid climates.
2. Symptoms
a. Sudden, high fever
b. Severe headaches
c. Pain behind the eyes
d. Severe joint and muscle pain
e. Nausea
f. Vomiting
g. Skin rash, which appears three to four days after the onset of fever
h. Mild bleeding (such a nose bleed, bleeding gums, or easy bruising)
3. Risk factors
a. Flu like symptoms can lead to mistreatment of the disease due to immediate
care not sought after.
b. Severe bleeding can lead to shock, even death.
c. Shock and death occur with subsequent exposure to dengue, not initial
exposure.
4. Treatment
a. Treatment of symptoms (pain, bleeding, and fever) until they subside.
b. No direct medication or treatment for Dengue.
5. Prevention
a. Remove standing water.
b. Bug repellant spray.
c. No current vaccinations are approved for public use.
6. Diagnostics
a. Blood serum testing for Dengue exposure and antibodies.
7. Current Research and Development
a. Development of tetravalent vaccines for all Dengue seroptypes.
b. Genomic therapeutic treatment.

References
Messier et al. (2013). Dengue virus envelope protein domain I/II hinge determines long-lived serotypespecific dengue immunity. PNAS, 1-6.
Matheus, S. (2014). Kinetics of Dengue Non-Structural Protein 1 Antigen and IgM and IgA Antibodies in
Capillary Blood Samples from Confirmed Dengue Patients. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 438-443.

WebMD. (2014, June 20). Dengue Fever. Retrieved from WebMD: http://www.webmd.com/a-to-zguides/dengue-fever-reference


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Pamphlet addressing non­scientific community and presentation
Addresses Learning Outcome:
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Recognize risk factors leading to disease and identify preventive measures and treatments.  

This assignment is designed for you to demonstrate your ability to communicate your 
knowledge of a disease in the lay (non­scientific and non­medical) public. You will select
and research a unique chronic or preventable disease during the first two weeks of the 
course. Sources for disease­related topics include the National Institutes of Health 
(www.nih.gov), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (www.cdc.gov), the 
Mayo Clinic (www.mayoclinic.com), and Medline Plus (www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/).
Create an informative pamphlet for a nonscientific community about the chosen chronic 
or preventable disease. Give a brief description of the disease, including its symptoms 
and signs, explain the effects of the disease on the healthy body function of cellular, 
tissue, organ, and organ system levels, relating the effects to the observed symptoms.  
Analyze the risk factors contributing to the onset of the disease and preventive steps 
available to the targeted audience. Describe how a person suffering from the disease 
can maintain a desirable quality of life as well as minimize or slow the progress of the 
disease. Discuss available diagnostic and therapeutic tools and possible outcomes of 
the disease. Describe current research and possible future reserch directions.
You will post the pamphlet in a designated discussion conference by the end of week 7. 
As a presenter and topic expert, you will be responsible for answering classmates' 
questions and reacting to their comments. You will also read classmates' pamphlets and
will have a chance to discuss them during the last week of the class.

At a minimum, your pamphlet should contain the following required elements:
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 Body of the pamphlet          
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Addresses signs, symptoms 

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Explains effects of the disease on healthy body functions, and relates this 
to signs and symptoms 

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Analyzes risk factors and preventive steps 

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Describes maintenance of quality of life 

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Discusses diagnostic and therapeutic tools 

o

Explains expected outcomes and prognosis 

o

Describes current areas of research into prevention, treatment or cure 

o

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Describes possible future areas of research into prevention, treatment or 
cure 

References

List all references at the end of your pamphlet. You must use at least five references 
from credible, scientifically rigorous sources and cite them using American 
Psychological Association (APA) style. Two or more references should be from the 
UMUC Library. The references cited should be no older than seven years (published 
2004 ­ 2011).  References should be listed on a separate page that does not count 
toward the required length of the paper.
Submission:
Please SAVE your pamphlet as a .pdf file. I have a lot of trouble opening .docx files 
and pdf preserves the original formatting. 
Please SUBMIT your pdf file to BOTH "Assignments" and to "Content/Course 
Content/Week 8/Pamphlet Discussion. 
Helpful resources include the following:
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Research skills tutorial—http://www.umuc.edu/library/tutor/intro.html 

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Online databases, websites, e­books, and other resources identified by UMUC 
librarians as helpful for science students—http://libguides.umuc.edu/BIOL301 

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Criteria for evaluating websites— 
http://www.umuc.edu/library/guides/evaluate.html 

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Guidance on citing websites, articles, and books—APA citation examples and the
APA tutorial in the Course Content area in our WebTycho classroom 

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UMUC's Guide to Writing and Research—http://tychousa4.umuc.edu/writinggde/ 

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Online access to writing advisors—http://www.umuc.edu/writingcenter/ 

Your grade will depend upon the content and clarity of your presentation as well as your
ability to answer questions from classmates and the instructor. Keep in mind that longer 
does not always mean better. Good writing practices, including the use of correct 
grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure, and a clear flow of thought, 
will account for a portion of your grade.
The entire project is worth up to 240 points, according to the rubric below.

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30 points for the Pre­Pamphlet Assignments (Earning 30 points is 
equivalent to earning 100% on the Pre­pamphlet assignments)

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200 points for the Final Pamphlet (Earning 200 points is equivalent to 
earning 100% on for the Final Pamphlet assignment)

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10 points for the Conference Presentation (Earning 10 points is equivalent 
to earning 100% on the conference presentation)

**IMPORTANT: Please note that rubric points will be scaled to point allocations listed in 
the Grading Criteria.
 

Expectations
Points
EARNED
for each
criterion

Score

 
Required Criteria

0

5

10

PRE-PAMPHLET SUBMISSION (Maximum 30 points)

Selection of topic and
explanation (conference
post by end of week two)

Selection not presented in Selection presented in
Selection presented and
week two conference
conference but not explained explained in compelling,
in convincing fashion
logical fashion with
sufficient detail to make
choice understandable

List not presented in week Presented in conference but
five conference
references not of sufficient
List of References
scientific rigor, or outdated,
(conference post by end of
or not appropriate to topic,
week five)
or insufficient in number

Presented in conference;
references are sufficient in
number to develop the
pamphlet, of good scientific
rigor, less than seven years
old, and appropriate to the
topic

Pamphlet outline not
Presented in conference but
presented in week five
outline is bare bones and
conference; or outline is
perhaps shows some lack of
(conference post by end of merely a list of the required logic in sequencing
week five)
elements with no
development

Outline presented in
conference shows sufficient
detail to demonstrate
preliminary research
findings; shows logical
progression of ideas

Pamphlet Outline

TOTAL POINTS for Pre-Pamphlet Submission = /30 points

PAMPHLET SUBMISSION (maximum 200 points)

 
 

0

SCORE
10

20

 
 

Not covered
Addresses signs, symptoms

Some signs and symptoms
covered, but may be
incomplete or not clearly
explained

Explains effects of the
Not explained
disease on healthy body
functions, and relates this
to signs and symptoms

Some explanation attempted, Clear, logical explanation of
but not related to observed why signs/symptoms appear
signs/symptoms or not
factually correct

Analyzes risk factors and Risk factors not covered
preventive steps

Risk factors listed, but list
may be incomplete or
analysis not provided

Describes maintenance of Not covered
quality of life

Quality of life issues
Deep,detailed explanation of
mentioned, but not covered maintenance of quality of
in detail or not factually
life
correct

Discusses diagnostic and
therapeutic tools

Not covered

Tools mentioned, but
In-depth discussion of
incomplete or not factually diagnostic and therapeutic
correct
tools

Explains outcomes and
prognosis

Not covered

May be incomplete or
factually incorrect

Describes current areas of Not covered
research into prevention,
treatment or cure

 
 

Final list of references

Clearly explained, complete
list of signs and symptoms

Complete list of risk factors
with analysis and
explanation of relation of
factor to the disease

In-depth discussion of
outcomes and prognosis

Some mention of at least one In-depth discussion of at
area of current research but least three areas of current
not an in-depth discussion or research
some prominent research
areas not covered

SCORE
7.5

0
References are not of
appropriate scientific rigor
and/or of topical
importance or sufficiently
current; does not cite
references in APA style

More than 5 errors of
Clarity, proper grammar,
grammar, punctuation
punctuation, spelling
and/or spelling

References are to the point
for the topic and are of
appropriate scientific rigor;
cites references according to
designated style, but some
citations are unclear

15

 
 

References are to the point
for the topic & assist in
deeper development of the
subject; cites references
according to designated
style; all citations and clear
and compelling

1 to 5 errors of grammar,
No errors of grammar,
punctuation and/or spelling punctuation and/or spelling

TOTAL POINTS for Pamphlet Submission = /30 points

CONFERENCE (maximum 10 points)

 
 

0

SCORE
5

10

 
 

Conference presentation of
pamphlet (discussion during
week 8)

No responses in conference Responses to other students Provides accurate, logical
limited in scope; lacking
responses to comments and
logic and clarity
questions from other
students

No conference postings in Posts at least one question or Posts two or more responses
Conference reaction to
week 8
comment but may be lacking to classmates’ pamphlets
classmates’ pamphlets
in depth
offering insights or
(discussion during week 8)
thoughtful questions

TOTAL POINTS for Conference Presentation =

/10 points