About the course
Contraception can play an important part in a woman’s life. Modern contraceptives provide a wide array of options for the effective prevention of unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. The growing use of contraceptive methods has brought in improvements in health-related outcomes such as reduced maternal and infant mortality.
Evidence-based information about contraception could increase the trust between health care professional and clients. To provide patient-centred care, it is important for nurses to update their skills, knowledge and resources continually.
This course aims at educating nurses about contraception, various contraceptive methods with its advantages and disadvantages. This course will also help the nurse to enable clients to make informed choices that reflect clinical best practice and the individual’s life circumstances.
- Explore the use of contraception.
- Relate contraception and barker’s hypothesis.
- Identify the factors considered in choosing contraception.
- Classify contraceptive methods.
- Explain how the contraceptive methods work in terms of their impact on sperm and egg.
- State the advantages and disadvantages of each type of contraception.
- Select and use adequate contraception methods.
2 Hours (Self-Paced)
Student Handbook - Part 01 Student Handbook - Part 02
Introduction to Contraception-Part 01 Introduction to Contraception-Part 02
Contraceptive Methods-Part 01 How To Use Male and Female Condom Correctly - Manipal Hospitals Contraceptive Methods-Part 02 5 Minute Diaphragm Fitting Contraceptive Methods-Part 03 FemCap Cervical Cap - What It Is And How To Use It Contraceptive Methods-Part 04 Copper T' Insertion Demo by Renaissance eServices (eLearning) Contraceptive Methods-Part 05 The Male Birth Control Pill Is Coming! Contraceptive Methods-Part 06
Understanding Female Condom Use and Negotiation Among Young Women Sexual Dysfunction in Two Types of Hormonal Contraception: Combined Oral Contraceptives versus Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Hormonal Contraception: New Insights on the Risk of Venous Thromboembolism H ie Role of Young Adults’ Pleasure Attitudes in Shaping Condom Use A Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Contraception among Women
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