Addressing Saskatchewan's Health Science 20: Health Care Philosophies and Ethics Unit with CurioCity Educator Resources
Saskatchewan’s Health Science 20 Program of Studies (2015) includes a Unit on Health Care Philosophies and Ethics. The following CurioCity educator resources can help you address outcomes from that Unit:
Andre's Case: Diabetes and Stem Cells
Published on 17/10/2014 - Education Services
Explore the science and issues surrounding diabetes and the future potential of stem cell therapy in Andre's Case (update of 2011 version).
Articles with Starting Points
Is natural best?
Published on 16/03/2011 - By Sophia Akl
Angelina’s choice: A double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer
“Natural health products” are found everywhere from pharmacies to grocery shops and every other store in between. But what exactly are they?
Published on 17/05/2013 - By Laura Brown
Vaccines and autism: Evaluating evidence
What is your reaction to this decision by Angelina Jolie? Was the risk great enough to warrant the preventative surgeries?
Published on 23/09/2014 - By Chris Pascoe
Regenerative Medicine in the News: A Windpipe for Hannah
Although autism can be a devastating condition for those who have it and their families, no credible link has even been established between receiving any vaccine and developing autism.
Published on 09/05/2013 - By Laura Brown
In a groundbreaking operation in April 2013, a 2 ½-year-old girl received a functioning trachea (windpipe) after breathing through a plastic tube in her neck since she was born.