Define the disease,2. Demographics of the Disease3. Cause of the disease,4. Sign

Define the disease,2. Demographics of the Disease3. Cause of the disease,4. Signs & Symptoms of the disease (If apply, includestages, levels, or types of the disease),5. Laboratory findings (include, all blood test names, genetictest, urine test, i.e.) Must include all normal versusabnormal levels that will confirm the disease,6. Images of the Disease (X-ray, MRI, Ct Scans, PET scans);all images bust be cited in APA format and referred in thereference page of the report and PowerPoint.7. Treatment for the disease (this includes name of themedications, dosage, side effects, alternative medications,8. Diet for the patient,9. Prognosis of the disease,10. Photos of the disease throughout the PowerPointpresentation.11. All students must apply APA and writing style format.12. References must be within the last 5 years and no lessthan 10 references. All references must be accountable inthe in-text citations throughout the document andPowerPoint. In addition, all PowerPoint slides must havecitations at the bottom of each slide; read APAPowerPoint sample, found in the Research Report folderin blackboard. This criterion is a required content to avoidPlagiarism. FNU Plagiarism is the act of obtaining orattempting to obtain credit for academic work byrepresenting the work of another as one’s own without thenecessary and appropriate acknowledgment. Morespecifically, plagiarism is: The act of incorporating theideas, words of sentences, paragraphs, or parts thereofwithout appropriate acknowledgment and representing theproduct as one’s own work; and the act of representinganother’s intellectual work such as musical composition,computer program, photographs, painting, drawing,sculpture, or research or the like as one’s own. Cheating orplagiarism is dishonest, undermines the necessary trust
CRITICAL THINKING RESEARCH REPORT AND POWERPOINT ASSIGNMENTLesson Plan3 Florida National University Lesson Plan Updated: 9/2021upon which relations between students and faculty arebased, and is unacceptable conduct. Students who engagein cheating or plagiarism will be subject to academicsanctions, including a lowered or failing grade in acourse; and the possibility of an additional administrativesanction, including probation, suspension, or expulsion.13. Review the rubric for research report and PowerPoint (seepage 5 and 6 below). Additional information is also foundin the Syllabus