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Measles: pathology, management and public health issues

Measles: pathology, management and public health issues

Measles: pathology, management and public health issues

Jackie Bentley, Jo Rouse and Jenny Pinfield
Jackie Bentley, Jo Rouse and Jenny Pinfield
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 26 Jul 2020

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ALICE WASILWA (26 Jul 2020)
Very informative
CECILIA KILI (25 Jul 2020)
awesome
EDWIN KOECH (24 Jul 2020)
educative

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Description

Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that continues to occur in epidemics in the UK despite efforts to eradicate it. In the acute stage, measles is associated with several complications including otitis media, but some of the most severe consequences of the disease occur months and even years after the initial infection. Worldwide, measles contributes significantly to deaths in childhood and places an additional burden on families already living with the consequence of poverty and conflict. This learning module aims to develop the reader's understanding of measles, including its pathophysiology, management and associated public health issues.

Objectives

The aim of this module is to highlight strategies to aid recognition, management and prevention of measles.

On completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
1. Describe the pathophysiology of measles.

2. Explain how measles is transmitted.

3. Outline the role that vaccination plays in the prevention of measles.
Jackie Bentley, Jo Rouse and Jenny Pinfield

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Jackie Bentley, Jo Rouse and Jenny Pinfield
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Jackie Bentley, Senior lecturer, Child health, University of Worcester.
Jo Rouse, Head of academic unit of applied professional studies, Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester, Worcester, England.
Jenny Pinfield, Programme lead for pre-registration nursing, Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester, Worcester, England.

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User Reviews (70)

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ALICE WASILWA (26 Jul 2020)
Very informative
CECILIA KILI (25 Jul 2020)
awesome
EDWIN KOECH (24 Jul 2020)
educative
Belinda Kaputalamba (22 Jul 2020)
informative and clear
Miss mirembe justine E (22 Jul 2020)
GOOD
Mr Rilwanu Yahaya (21 Jul 2020)
good
EMMANUEL OKUMU (20 Jul 2020)
good
THOMAS KWIZERA (17 Jul 2020)
great!
Mrs JOYCE MBASU (17 Jul 2020)
Good
ROSE KURIRA (16 Jul 2020)
informative
ADEYINKA ADELUGBA (16 Jul 2020)
very good
'MALERONTI MAFISA (15 Jul 2020)
an excellent information, refreshing and we'll organized
Glory Oyibo (11 Jul 2020)
the course is interesting
Fatoki Olubunmi (8 Jul 2020)
very good
Halimat Hassan (7 Jul 2020)
It is so detailed
Abdulrasheed Mohammed (6 Jul 2020)
Good.
JOHARIA MUMIA (5 Jul 2020)
educative
JEAN MARIE ROBERT UMUGABA (30 Jun 2020)
very interesting
HONORE BAYIKUNDE (29 Jun 2020)
thank you
Mr Wilberforce Golfa Donglock (28 Jun 2020)
good
Liliane IZABAYO (28 Jun 2020)
interesting course
Fiona Damwan (26 Jun 2020)
impressive
Mrs Asabe Kusho (25 Jun 2020)
the module is educative thanks
Alice Oguntade (25 Jun 2020)
informative
Aiyemhoba Cordelia (24 Jun 2020)
Good
Ms Temitayo Maitanmi (24 Jun 2020)
Very good.
DANGKAT SULE MAK'YAL (22 Jun 2020)
module was very interesting
Mr PATUNOLA TOLULOPE (21 Jun 2020)
informative and educative
Oakantse Gaobatelwe (21 Jun 2020)
Informative
Miss MARIETTA MUSYIMI (19 Jun 2020)
educative module
FAINA NYINAWUMUNTU (18 Jun 2020)
well
PATRICIE NYINAWUMUNTU (17 Jun 2020)
read more to gain many informations. no comment.
CHARLOTTE MUKAMAZIMPAKA (16 Jun 2020)
goog
Joyceline Gyan (16 Jun 2020)
Very educative
ADEKEMI ADEOJO (14 Jun 2020)
Educative
ELLAH KUBWALO (5 Jun 2020)
knowledge enriched
OREEDITSE MOABALOSO (4 Jun 2020)
Very interesting course
Miss Ngozichika Okeke Obiageli (31 May 2020)
good
Mr Bashi Shadreck (30 May 2020)
very informative
HONORINE UMWANAWIMPUHWE (29 May 2020)
Thanks
Hannah John (28 May 2020)
good
Ibegbu Favour Joyce (27 May 2020)
very good
Sedilame Moloise (25 May 2020)
Very good
Mr DENNIS OCHIENG O.D.O (23 May 2020)
fai
Miss MARVISCLARA CHUKWU (22 May 2020)
Well explained. I enjoyed it.thanks.
Salisu Dauda (20 May 2020)
nice
PASCASIE KAHIRWA (19 May 2020)
good lesson very good lesson
FELIX ADEYEYE (18 May 2020)
knowledge impacting.
Kaone Mogae (17 May 2020)
This is very detailed and important module for all
Philip Nianglong (16 May 2020)
Wow is a privilege to study using the wcea, it is highly educative and explicit. Thanks alot
Mpiegbulam Chinyere (15 May 2020)
it refresh my knowledge
CHEDZA BAITSHENYETSI (13 May 2020)
Course very informative and refreshing
GRACE ODINDO (6 May 2020)
This was a good paper l wasn't sure when the MMR vaccine was introduced,at least l learnt something new
JAMES EMULU (30 Apr 2020)
thanks
Mrs SUNDAY PATIENCE A. (29 Apr 2020)
this measles course has improved my knowledge on nursing skills
IRENE NYANKESHA (29 Apr 2020)
was interest
CHANTAL MUKANKURANGA (26 Apr 2020)
very good
Eunice Annoh (25 Apr 2020)
Please the network system is slow
Sarah Mleli (21 Apr 2020)
thanks
Hamdiyatu Zubeiru (19 Apr 2020)
Good
ELIZABETH PAPA (16 Apr 2020)
this topic has reminded of things that I had forgotten
Comfort Owusu (11 Apr 2020)
Great
Jonah Komla Asiedu (11 Apr 2020)
very educative and very essential to help increase your knowledge in the management of measles.
Tahir Muhammad (9 Apr 2020)
to enhance my understanding
Zubeda Bhutto (7 Apr 2020)
very much informative
HYACINTHE UWAMARIYA (6 Apr 2020)
this to learn more about measles sings and symptoms.complication.
ISMAILA ABDULLAHI (6 Apr 2020)
fair
Zafar Ahmed Channa (5 Apr 2020)
very nice
Marlene Giriama (4 Apr 2020)
Very nice piece
Eunice Ayivor (25 Mar 2020)
Parents should see to it that their children should be vaccinated

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