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Center for Interprofessional Education: Human Sexuality Workshop (North Haven 8 AM-12 PM)

  • Friday, May 02, 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • North Haven Campus, Auditorium


Center for Interprofessional Education

Human Sexuality Workshop
Friday, May 2nd
8am to 12pm
North Haven Campus Auditorium

The Center for Interprofessional Education is hosting a workshop on Human Sexuality.   By the end of the event, participants will be able to discuss the implications of the range of human sexual behavior for how health practitioners should treat patients; describe ways that health practitioners can modify office policies and personal behaviors to be more welcoming to patients with different sexual orientations or experiences to their own; and describe the roles that physicians, nurses, occupational and physical therapists, and social workers play in treating and maintaining sexual health of all patients.

The schedule of the workshop is as follows:

8 – 9:30 AM North Haven Auditorium: LGBTQ health panel discussion

9:30 – 10:30 AM North Haven Auditorium: FabulouSEXcitingclasSEXercise

10:30 – 11:00 AM: Choose-your-session 1

11:00 – 11:30 AM: Choose-your-session 2

11:30 – 12:00 PM: Choose-your-session 3

Please read over the list of breakout sessions and choose three to attend.  Each session will be repeated for each time slot, so if your first choice fills up in the first offering, look for it in the second or third pull down menu.  All sessions are first come, first served, so register quickly!

Human Sexuality Session Descriptions.docx


Session topics:

  • Dispelling myths about sexuality in the senior years (MNH 227)
  • Intimate partner violence (MNH 304)
  • Medication-associated modulation of sexual functioning (MNH 237)
  • Obamacare and the LGBT family (MNH 303)
  • Pelvic Pain: the interaction between the spine and the urogynecological systems (MNH 305)
  • Preserving sexuality: the role of the Sexual Assault
  • Nurse/Forensic Examiner (MNH 219)
  • Sexual health in the adolescent (MNH 238)
  • Sexual expression for adults with intellectual challenges (MNH 223)
  • Sexual health in patients with spinal cord injuries (MNH 221)
  • Sex therapy and counseling using the PLSSIT Model (MNH 206)
  • The use of meditation for trauma and/or PTSD (Meditation/Relaxation room)
  • The origins and development of sexual orientations in the child (MNH 217)
  • Transgender health: the right questions, the right way (MNH 205)
  • Using games to educate, inform and modify sex-related behavior (MNH 204)

This event is open to graduate students in medicine, nursing, health sciences, and social work. You must register for the event and choose 3 break out sessions to attend. Before attending the workshop, please download the FREE app Zwoor Survey on your smartphone or tablet.  

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