Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/preventionUniversity-Community Partnerships for Social Action Research (UCP-SARnet)Prevention of ebola epidemicshttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention_of_ebola_epidemics<div>Referring to class materials on prevention of AIDS please provide guidelines how could we organize primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of Ebola epidemics.</div>Marek WosinskiMon, 13 Oct 2014 01:27:09 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention_of_ebola_epidemicspreventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~3<div><p>In order to prevent drug abuse using a primary method would be to organize something in the very early stages like when they are children. This is a primary or the first step in preventing drug abuse because how children are influenced by their environment has a lot to do with their decisions later on. Parents and schools can be sure to teach…</p></div>Lizette CorralMon, 24 Mar 2014 20:18:06 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~3Domonique Sansomehttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/domonique_sansome<div><p>As mentioned in the reading, primary prevention is used to reduce the causes of a specific incident, in this case, drug abuse. Primary prevention can include preventing the drug abuse before it occurs or attempting to reduce the spread of the drug abuse in its early stages. A good way to organize a primary prevention is to bring awareness to the…</p></div>Domonique SansomeMon, 24 Mar 2014 19:33:46 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/domonique_sansomeVictoria McArthur--Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/victoria_mcarthur_prevention<div><p>Although drug abuse itself is not as seriously life threatening as AIDs is when you come to defining the life expectancy of each group. Yes, people can die due to their drug abuse but millions of people across the world know they WILL die eventually due to a side effect of AIDs. When discussing prevention there are three stages. The first is…</p></div>Victoria McarthurMon, 24 Mar 2014 17:48:09 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/victoria_mcarthur_preventionStephanianne Kulyk: Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/stephanianne_kulyk_prevention<div><p> </p> <p>Referring to class materials on prevention of AIDS suggest how can we organize primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of drug abuse.</p> <p> </p> <p>The prevention of drug abuse could easily be contained and eventually eradicated by using primary, secondary and tertiary prevention.</p> <p>            Primary prevention, according to Nelson and Prilleltensky,…</p></div>Stephanianne KulykMon, 24 Mar 2014 16:48:54 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/stephanianne_kulyk_preventionPreventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~2<div><p><span>            We can organize Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of drug abuse by effectively planning. Using primary prevention techniques early in life such as educating children in elementary and middle school, they can already be informed of the dangers of drug abuse and how to act if they have encountered a foreign substance that can…</span></p></div>Jacob RobinsonMon, 24 Mar 2014 15:38:33 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~2Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~1<div><p><span>            We can organize Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of drug abuse by effectively planning. Using primary prevention techniques early in life such as educating children in elementary and middle school, they can already be informed of the dangers of drug abuse and how to act if they have encountered a foreign substance that can…</span></p></div>Jacob RobinsonMon, 24 Mar 2014 14:54:41 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention~1preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/prevention<div></div>Shannon ForceMon, 24 Mar 2014 10:26:26 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/preventionCatherine Trujillo: Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/catherine_trujillo_prevention<div><p>Catherine Trujillo-Prevention</p> <p>The primary preventive approach aims to reduce the onset of a disorder in a population. Primary prevention specifically focuses on ways to stop the development of a problem before it even begins. Stepping in before the early stages of a problem, completely preventing a problem from playing out its course can be very…</p></div>Catherine TrujilloMon, 24 Mar 2014 09:38:27 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/catherine_trujillo_preventionSarai Cabrera: Preventionhttps://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/sarai_cabrera_prevention<div><p>According to the Nelson and Prilleltensy readings for this week there are three ways to prevent drug abuse these are: primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Primary Prevention aims to keep people from creating bad habits, or contracting diseases. In the videos that we viewed this week about preventing AIDS in various countries a reoccuring…</p></div>Sarai CabreraSun, 23 Mar 2014 23:12:45 -0700https://ucpsarnet.iglooprojects.org/blogs/prevention/sarai_cabrera_prevention