Whooping Cough

Term Paper
As part of the course students must write a term-paper on a disease (whooping cough)
caused by a microorganism and explore information provided by the CDC, WHO, and literary
sources for a total of at least five resources. The term paper should include a summary of the
research and provide the Web sites and references utilized for the research. Each student must have
a different disease to research.
The term paper must be typed with 1 margins, double spacing and a 12 point Times Roman font.
The paper should also include a reference list. A minimum of five references must be utilized. The
American Psychological Association format must also be utilized for the paper. The paper should
be between five and seven pages in length (not including cover page, abstract, references, exhibits,
The following guidelines will be utilized to grade the paper:
Guideline Description Points
Content Provides substantive and relevant development of ideas
Provides logical, accurate, and


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