Unit S2e – Introduction to Bacterial Sexual Infections

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Unit S2e – Introduction to Bacterial Sexual Infections

In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have

Evidence needed.

experienced

1

undertaking a pre-training assessment of own background knowledge

Student completed worksheets and/or written work Teacher checklist
2

watching PowerPoint presentations about the different types of infection and about the human immune system

Teacher itemised checklist
3

watching PowerPoint presentations about bacterial sexual infections and about different tests for bacterial sexual infections

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4

watching PowerPoint presentations about different treatments for bacterial sexual infections and about appropriate follow-up after treatment for bacterial sexual infections

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5

watching a PowerPoint presentation about partner notification, contact tracing and epidemiological control of bacterial sexual infections

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6

hearing a recording of an experienced practitioner take someone’s sexual history

Teacher checklist

demonstrated the ability to

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identify and explore recommended healthcare websites to find approved and up-to-date information about at least four bacterial sexual infections from a local, national and international perspective

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8

identify and describe how four different bacterial sexual infections behave

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9

identify and describe appropriate male and female tests for bacterial sexual infections

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10

identify and describe appropriate treatment for bacterial sexual infections

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11

identify and explain three reasons why people may still test positive after treatment of bacterial sexual infections

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12

identify and explain the importance if treatment is not taken correctly, guidance not followed and/or contacts not traced and treated

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13

from given scenarios, evaluate four people’s medical and social history, their signs and symptoms and suggest the most likely bacterial cause to fit the description

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shown knowledge of

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at least five features of bacterial sexual infection

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15

at least four potential long-term effects of untreated bacterial sexual infections.

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All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet
(incorporating the Teacher Checklist if required)

Approved 9 March 2018
Level – Level Three

AQA Unit No: 110298