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46 Flashcards - Health and the People - Public Health - Medicine

46 Flashcards - Health and the People - Public Health - Medicine

This is the full set of flashcards I have made about 46 in total. I originally put them on in three parts at c£2.50 each. These cards can be used as activities with the lesson and as revision material. Included are: Al-Razi, Ibn Sina, Albucasis, Frugardi, Hugh of Lucca and Theodoric, Modino de Luzzi Guy de Chauliac, John of Arderne, Versalius, William Clawes, Ambrose Paré, William Harvey, Thomas Sydenham, Thomas Coram, John Hunter, Edward Jenner, John Snow, James Simpson, Nitrous Oxide/Ether, Franseco Redi/John Needham, William Farr, Florence Nightingale, Louis Pasteur, John Simon, Thomas Wells, Joseph Lister, Robert Koch, William Roberts/William Cheyne, Also include is: Britains towns 1800-1849, cholera 1, cholera 2, Edwin Chadwick - Sanitary Report, The Great Stink, 1850 Metroploitan Sanitary Report, 1853/71 Vaccinations Acts, 1854 improvements in hospital hygiene, 1855 nuisance removal & disease prevention Act, 1858, Revised Public Health Act, 1864 Factory Act (Extension), 1868 Sanitary Act (Amendment), !875 Artisans Dwelling Act, 1875 Public Health Act, 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act, and 1872 Public Health Act.
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Cholera in the 19th Century - Public Health and the People

Cholera in the 19th Century - Public Health and the People

This is a lesson presentation with activities. All images are taken from Googles commercial reuse image settings Slide 2 - Starter Slide 3 - What is cholera and how is it transmitted? (with picture source) Slide 4 - Cholera outbreaks in Britain (with task and picture source) Slide 5 - What did people think caused cholera? Action against cholera Slide 6 - 1848/54 The disease returns and John Snow (John Snow will be covered in a more in depth ppt) Slide 7 - GCSE style source question
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Towns and Cities in Britian 19th Century - Public Health

Towns and Cities in Britian 19th Century - Public Health

This is a lesson resource with a GCSE style question at the end. All pictures have been taken from Google images taken from those available for reuse commercially. Slide 2 - starter - mind map Slide 3 - Source work (picture source and activities included) Slide 4 - Back to Back houses (picture source included) Slide 5 - Disease (picture source and activities included) Slide 6 - Doctors (picture source included) Slide 7 - Population growth (table source and activities included) Slide 7 - The Government (no picture source) Slide 7 - GCSE Question - Final activity
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Public Health Flashcards

Public Health Flashcards

This is the third in my series of flashcards aimed at helping both teacher and student in terms of resources. This resource can be used by student and teacher, as a starter, plenary, revision, and knowledge progress during the lesson. This resource includes: Britain's Towns 1800-1849 Cholera - x2 flashcards Edwin Chadwick - Sanitary Report The Great Stink 1850 Metropolitan Sanitary Report 1853/1871 Vaccinations Acts 1854 Improvements in hospital and hygiene 1855 Nuisance Removal and Disease Prevention Act 1858 Revised Public Health Act 1864 Factory Act (Extension) 1866 Sanitary Act 1875 Artisans Dwellings Act 1875 Public Health Act 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act 1872 Public Health Act
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Cowboys: Myth and Reality [American West]

Cowboys: Myth and Reality [American West]

This lesson challenges students' initial impressions of cowboys and gets them to analyse sources. They should compare the impressions from sources/their own ideas/video clips to the reality.
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Detailed flashcards Health and the People

Detailed flashcards Health and the People

This is part 2 of a detailed resource from the GCSE unit Health and the People - AQA. Those included here are: Dr. John Snow, James Simpson, Nitrous Oxide & Ether, Fransico Redi & John Needham, Agostino Bassi, Friedrich Henle, William Farr, Florence Nightingale, Louis Pasteur, John Simon, Thomas Wells, Joseph Lister, Robert Koch, William Roberts, and William Cheyne. This resource can be used for: Revision, starters, plenaries, showing knowledge progress throughout the lesson
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