GENERAL AND APPLIED HYGIENE
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the end of the course it is expected that the student will be able to know and understand the epidemiology and prophylaxis of preventable infectious diseases by vaccine.
The student must also be able to acquire knowledge of the infectious hazards to which pregnant are exposed and the means of their prevention
No prerequisites required.
Course contents summary
Basic concepts of epidemiology and prevention of preventable diseases by vaccine
Prevention of the most important infectious diseases during pregnancy
Main concepts of epidemiology and prevention of:
Synthetic notions of epidemiology and prevention of blood transmission diseases:
Hepatitis (B, C)
Synthetic notions of epidemiology and prevention of the main diseases / infections for pregnant by
Treponema pallidum (Syphilis)
Barbuti, Fara, Giammanco et al. Igiene Medicina Preventiva Sanità Pubblica . Edises (2014)
Signorelli C. Igiene e sanità pubblica. Secrets. Domande e
risposte. Editore SEU (2017)
Educational material provided by teacher
According to the regulation of the Italian Government and the University of Parma about the COVID-19 pandemics, the present course is realized with frontal lessons via mixed in-presence and at-distance modality. In particular, the teacher takes lessons in the classroom with the help of PC (Powerpoint slides) ; simultaneous connection of the PC to the Teams platform in streaming modality ensures connection with students not present in the classroom. Each lesson is registered and loaded in the Elly portal of the course, together with the slides.
The teacher is available for further explanations in office or by distance via Teams after e-mail appointment, or via chat on Elly platform.
Assessment methods and criteria
For the assessment of the achievement of the objectives the student must take an oral exam to evaluate the acquired knowledge of the course.
In case the COVID-related sanitary emergence continues, the examination will proceed on the Teams platform (see the guidelines at the address: http://selma.unipr.it/).