The Epidemiological Transition

IB Geography: The Epidemiological Transition

The students are introduced to the epidemiological transition through a number of graphs, maps and resources. Students investigate the patterns of disease at different stages of development and come to understand and explain the transition from communicable disease to noncommunicable disease. This is explained through development factors and lifestyle choices. Toward the end of the topic students come to realize that...

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