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  1. Shirin Barzanjeh atri1,
  2. Fatemeh Ranjbar1,
  3. Mohammad hasan Sahebihag1,
  4. Mohammad Asgari Jafarabadi1,
  5. Pedram Vahedi2,
  6. Molood Balafar3,
  7. Elham Keyhaniazar4
  1. 1Faculty of Nursing, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran
  2. 2Nursing student and Tabriz Nursing Faculty Research Committee
  3. 3Emergency Medicine Specialist
  4. 4Health Community Nursing Graduate Student and Tabriz Nursing Faculty Research Committee.


Background and aims: Evidence-based education, integrating professional knowledge of current best evidence in making decisions about how to deliver the training. Using traditional methods of teaching can bring learning to deviate so the use of modern methods and scientific evidence crucial role in the decision-making training. The first level is placed on prevention education and Special education for at-risk groups on ways to control and prevent emerging diseases Crimean-Congo With 30 percent lethality is needed.

Methods: The review of the literature between 2000 and 2016, with a focus on evidence-based education, traditional education, emerging diseases, prevention and Crimean-Congo in databases scholar Google, PubMed, Cochrane, Sid and Magiran results of applying slightly different methods training in the prevention of emerging diseases Crimean-Congo there.

Results: The findings, few studies in educating in relation to Crimean – Congo show. The results of the study Sargolzaee (1392) as “the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever surveillance system and general practitioners city of Zahedan, showed that doctors who spend history retraining program. The Congolese disease is more likely than other medical information. But the result of the use of evidence-based teaching methods in the prevention of emerging diseases Crimean-Congo, was not found.

Conclusion: The literature review shows that education as an important way to prevent the disease, Crimean-Congo is emerging. The Aforementioned points show, identify and adopt appropriate measures, including evidence-based education in the prevention of disease, Crimean-Congo strongly felt.

  • Evidence-based education
  • Traditional training
  • Emerging diseases
  • Prevention
  • Crimean-Congo.

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