The National Breast Cancer Awareness (NBCA) international annual campaign happens on the 21st of October.
Medical awareness about breast cancer plays a vital role in ensuring women understand several insights in preventing the disease.
Physicians recommend screening to prevent and treat breast cancer at its initial stages[ CITATION Got16 l 1033 ].
Breast cancer is the second leading type of cancer, after skin cancer among women[ CITATION Mar12 l 1033 ].
The disease is responsible for 40,000 women’s deaths every year[ CITATION Sam12 l 1033 ]. manifests in men, though not very prevalent.
Todisseminate crucial information and create awareness about thedisease, thus helping reduce deaths associated with breast cancer.
4.1Bloom Taxonomy Model
Tofacilitate active learning and training of individuals by promotinghigher forms of learning and thinking[ CITATION Mar12 l 1033 ].
Toensure the target group gains knowledge and understanding of breastcancer and use the information to prevent further risks.
Toensure the trainees appreciate the importance of breast cancerscreening and awareness practices.
Tochange their attitude and encourage more individuals into takingbreast cancer tests.
Topromote the culture of early disease diagnosis and prevention bytaking proactive measures such as breast cancer screening.
Poster board presentation is one of the best teaching strategies that help in the learning process.
Poster board fosters teamwork, creative thinking, and a broad research on a given topic[ CITATION Ore13 l 1033 ].
Key points are highlighted on the board, helping trainees recall most of the information.
The best evaluation tactic would be the return demonstration strategy.
Psychomotor skills and knowledge impacted during the learning process would be effective if trainees engage in the real procedures.
Creatingbreast cancer awareness campaign has helped reduce breast cancerincidences among women, and improved treatment methods.
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