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Management Of Women's Health Issues

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This combined theory and clinical course focuses on management of normal and common pathological conditions that occur in women's health across the lifespan. Special emphasis is placed on disease prevention, reproductive health issues, contraceptive therapies, and normal OB. Students develop a systematic approach to women's health issues based on physiology and pharmacology. Appropriate educational and collaborative skills for the individual and their families are explored. The management of pharmacological issues is addressed. This course provides the healthcare professional with the necessary strategies to address ethical issues specific to women's health issues.

This graduate-level course is 8 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 4
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 8

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    Promoting Womenâ s Health, and Issues and Trends in Womenâ s Health

    • Obtain, document, and articulate an accurate, relevant health history for patients in all phases of the individual and family life cycle, including spiritual, lifestyle, and cultural considerations.
    • Determine appropriate comprehensive or symptom-focused physical examinations on patients, including developmental and behavioral screening, and physical system evaluations.
    • Determine the appropriate age, gender-, and condition-specific diagnostic tests and screening procedures.
    • Formulate comprehensive differential diagnoses while considering epidemiology, environmental and community characteristics, and life stage development, including the presentation seen with increasing age, family, and behavioral risk factors.
    • Determine health protection, health promotion, disease prevention interventions, and treatment strategies to improve or maintain optimum health for all family members.
    • Determine treatment plans for common, acute, and chronic physical and mental conditions that incorporate the patient’s spiritual, lifestyle, and cultural preferences.
    • Describe the biological, physiological, and psychosocial characteristics unique to adolescent, adult, and older women.
    • Formulate a plan to incorporate age-specific preventive health strategies into initial and follow-up office visits.
    • Evaluate interventions that promote lawful practice based on federal and state regulations, which include the methodology of practice (California students: specifically standardized procedures and furnishing number).
    • Consider cultural preferences, values, health beliefs, and behaviors for treatment plans utilizing Watson’s theory.
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