HSEM 2724H: The Sex Talk You Should Have Had: Controversies in Sexual Health

3 CreditsHonorsCivic Life and EthicsOnline Available

Reproductive and sexual health is an increasingly important topic in community settings. Pharmacists can play a vital role in promoting safe and healthy practices that will improve the health of their communities and are an important source of reproductive and sexual health information and advice. This course is designed to expand and enhance community-based reproductive and sexual health knowledge and skills while preparing students to be informed and active participants in ethics driven debates surrounding reproductive and sexual health. The Sex Talk You Should Have Had covers three important sections in sexual health that interface in the community pharmacy setting. These topics include the HPV vaccine, contraception, and Sexually Transmitted Infection/Disease (STI/STD) testing and treatment options. Each of these sections is addressed in weekly modules that provide thorough introduction to the topic, an overview of how the treatments or medications work, and related contemporary topics of debate. This is a hybrid course with extensive online discussion with limited in-class meetings.

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