HST 161 - Women's Health
The Women's Health course is three-credit course which will introduce students to the developmental, physical, psychological, and cultural issues related to female gender health care issues. Selected course activities promote critical thinking so students learn to analyze and evaluate information and in orer to create positive health environments.
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Identify and evaluate female physical health needs.
2. Identify and evaluate female psychological health needs.
3. Identify and evaluate health care resources for women.
4. Identify and evaluate cultural aspects of women's health.
Students will be able to evaluate the information and social factors that influence personal health. They will be able to discriminate the socioeconomic, cultural and political influences on women's health.
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