PH Aspects of Human Sexuality

Course Description

Exploration of biological, psychological, behavioral and social aspects of health sexuality thoughout the lifespan. Community level interventions to promote healthy sexuality.

Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze behavioral, psychological and social factors that enhance or diminish healthy sexuality
  • Critique behavioral and environmental risk factors for unplanned pregnancies,sexually transmissible infections, sexual abuse and assault
  • Hypothesize theoretical frameworks for interventions to promote healthy sexuality
  • Generate various approaches to promotion of healthy sexuality throughout the lifespan
  • Create community interventions that promote healthy sexuality by applying Public Health Strategies

Prerequisites

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