2.4 Health

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Topic Examples
Diagnostic and therapeutic tools: Surgery, prosthetic devices, diagnostic technology, rehabilitation, patient monitoring, individualized IT solutions for disabled people, accessibility.
Medical information, administration, marketing and sales: Medical advice, e-prescriptions, telemedicine, electronic health records, international health cards.
Medical research: Global collaboration, database for the Human Genome Project, improving patient rehabilitation.
Psychological and physical considerations: Internet addiction, repetitive strain injury (RSI), ergonomics.

IT has revolutionized medicine. With the increasing size of the world’s population, the effective management of health care using IT systems will become even more important.

Source: Information technology in a global society guide. 2012 onward.

LEARNING GOALS

EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in patient diagnosis.
EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in surgery.
EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in patient treatment.
DISCUSS the consequences of technology addiction.
EVALUATE the ability of online medical advice.
EXPLAIN how to prevent overuse injuries.

TAGGED ARTICLES AND RESOURCES


REQUIRED READING

Information Technology in a Global Society, Stuart Gray. 1st Edition. © 2012 Stuart Gray. ISBN 9781468023619. Pages 255-273. This textbook has been developed independently of the International Baccalaureate ® This book was written specifically for the ITGS course, covering technical systems, social impacts and ethical issues, and each area of application.

GUIDED LEARNING ACTIVITIES

2.4A
Complete 2.4 as directed on the 2.4A Template. Submit via Edmodo (2.4A)

2.4B
READ the 2010 Paper 3 Case Study: Healthcare in an East African Country.
IDENTIFY Key Stakeholders (Green), IT Systems (Blue), Social and Ethical Considerations (Orange), and Key Terminology (Yellow) with highlighters.
Complete 2.4B as directed on the 2.4B template. Rename 2.4B Your Last Name. Submit via Edmodo.

2.4C
Write your own Paper 3 Exam. Save as 2.4C Your Last Name.

Your exam must contain 3 questions and be related to the case study of Healthcare in an East African Country. Try to think of questions that would really test you. You are going to share this exam with the rest of the class so make sure you have something worthwhile to contribute to the group.

You can use the outline below to help you get started.

Paper 3 Practice Exam Written by: your name here

Answer all the questions. Refer to the Healthcare in an East African Country case study and to your own related research and respond to the following:

Question 1
1(a) DESCRIBE two …………. [4 marks]
Insert your response here

1(b) STATE two ………….. [2 marks]
Insert your response here

Question 2
2(a) DESCRIBE two …...…… [4 marks]
Insert your response here

2(b) EXPLAIN how………... [8 marks]
Insert your response here

Question 3
3(a) With reference to the case study and using your own research, EVALUATE….... [12 marks]
Insert your response here

2.4D
Tag one resource DIRECTLY related to each learning goal to the HHS ITGS Diigo group using the 2.4_health tag. [24 marks].
EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in patient diagnosis.
EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in surgery.
EVALUATE the ways IT can be used in patient treatment.
DISCUSS the consequences of technology addiction.
EVALUATE the ability of online medical advice.
EXPLAIN how to prevent overuse injuries.

2.4E
LEARNING GOALS
CONSTRUCT a detailed review of each IT & Health topic
EXPLAIN the impacts on a variety of stakeholders
EXPLAIN ethical issues and possible solutions
COMPARE and CONTRAST what you have learned to the 2010 HL Paper 3 Oobunta Case Study

GUIDED LEARNING ACTIVITIES
CONSTRUCT a wiki page on one of the topics below. You may work with one partner. Each team must create a complete and comprehensive Wiki page that contains all of the following: [6 marks]
  • EXPLAIN the key IT terms related to your topic [6 marks]
  • DESCRIBE any IT processes that are related to your topic [6 marks]
  • EVALUATE the Strand 1 issues and impacts. (All claims must be supported by evidence and real life examples) [8 marks]
  • DESCRIBE multiple, specific real life examples that relate to your topic [6 marks]
  • COMPARE how your topic relates to the 2010 HL Paper 3 Oobunta Case Study. Give an account of the similarities between the two, referring to both of them throughout. Ensure that you make direct reference to the case study booklet using line numbers appropriately. [6 marks]
  • IDENTIFY and embed at least three videos, three graphics, and three recent and relevant articles or studies from relevant sources. [9 marks]
  • Bold ITGS Key Terms and CITE ALL sources appropriately in the text, in a bibliography, and at the end of the page with Easybib. [6 marks]
Patient records (EMR) & smart cards
Ergonomics, RSD-Desi
Human body /drug reaction simulations (computer models)
Doctors and IT Systems
E-Mapping of disease trends -Morgan and Tyler
E-prescriptions
Cell phones for health education/awareness (e.g. HIV, sanitation)
Accessibility hardware and software for Disabled Users
Online medical advice
Computer and Internet addiction-Sydney and Jalen
Medical Expert systems-Elliot and Kyle
Smart Clothes / Patient Monitoring-Katrina
Telemedicine-Yousuf and Abdullah
Mobile phone health risks
Robots in healthcare
CT and MRI scanners
Virtual Reality therapy - e.g. for treatment of PTSD_Liz

Run Spell check.
Ensure that all sources have been cited appropriately with Easybib.
Change sharing settings of Wiki to public.
Submit link to Wiki page via Edmodo (2.4E).

2.4F Key Terms

Key Terms learning materials:

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>Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

IB-ITGS Health KT - Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?

B: Compulsive use of a computer system that can lead to negative effects, including health problems. A growing problem!


IB-ITGS Health KT -- PART 2 - Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?

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