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Check out this lesson for Sepsis Awareness Month!

What makes sepsis a public health emergency?

Students will establish criteria for identifying a public health emergency and discuss sepsis as an example. Throughout the lesson, students will complete summative tasks that demonstrate their understanding.

Grade Level: 6-8

Time: 40 minutes
Suggestion: Follow this lesson with "Sepsis Prevention Strategies."

Skills: Evaluate, choose and defend a position; analyze issues; influence; persuade.

Materials: Have individual devices with internet access for each student, such as computers or iPads; instructor should have computer and projector (or smart board) with internet access to screen videos.

Want more free lessons for Sepsis Awareness Month?

Check out more resources on the Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention partner page.

Resources

Files

1. SEPSIS A PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY _ Education Modules 6-8A-V1.pdf

Lesson Plan
August 13, 2020
211.41 KB
Videos
What is sepsis?
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RORY STAUNTON FOUNDATION - Sepsis: A Hidden Crisis Exposed
Remote video URL

Standards

Analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas in a text (e.g., how ideas influence individuals or events, or how individuals influence ideas or events).

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