Reproductive Health and HIV and AIDS

Course ID
NSC731
Level
MSc Midwifery

The module is designed to assist learners to critically analyze SRH issues surrounding men and women.  Emphasis is placed on social-cultural, economic, environmental, behavioral and political factors that affect men’s and women’s fertility and reproductive health. The reproductive health topics addressed include: contraception, abortion, reproductive cancers, menopause, sexuality, abnormal menstrual bleeding and infertility.

Module Outcomes

  • Discuss the determinants of women’s and men’s SRH
  • Analyze policies, protocols, guidelines and standards influencing women’s and men’s sexual and reproductive health
  • Evaluate the effectiveness and quality of the existing SRH services
  • Analyze the physiological, psychological and social cultural factors that occur during the various age groups and their effect on Reproductive Health
  • Identify the common reproductive health problems for various age groups
  • Develop strategies to improve quality of SRH services

 

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