Team:BIT/Human Practices

Human Practices
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a common malignant tumor of the digestive tract worldwide, with high morbidilty and mortality. It is the third-highest incidence of cancer in the world and a serious threat to human life. According to health statistics, the 5-year survival rates of young rectal cancer stage I, II, III, and IV patients aged 20-40 years are 87.9%, 75.4%, 51.3%, and 8.0%, respectively. The 5-year survival rates of elderly patients aged 60-80 with rectal cancer are 91.9 %, 69.8 %, 52.8 % and 6.6 %, respectively.
According to the data, increasing the proportion of early diagnosis is considered to be the key to improving the survival rate of patients with colorectal cancer. And early screening of colorectal cancer is particularly important in a clinic. Therefore, this year our project aims at early diagnosis and treatment of colorectal cancer. Based on the consideration of the impact of COVID-19 prevention and the convenience of big data on the Internet, we insist on "online and offline ", "interview and return visit", and "educate and being educated" in the education field in 2021. We conducted research on relevant literature, understood in-depth public questionnaire, solicited opinions from experts and scholars, returned visits to the masses and other activities. During the masses and other activities, in the course of these activities, we complete the project design, implementation and summary, combined with human practice to obtain feedback, in order to promote and improve our project. This can help us consider the future plan of the project so that we can better serve the society.
There are four sections:
  1.Silver is an overview of our all HP activities.
  2.Integrated Human Practices is a detailed description of how various activities are.
  3.Education & Communication is a brief description of all our work in the field of education and publicity.
  4.Education introduces the impact and feedback of educational popular science activities on us in detail.
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