About the course
The course on Sexually Transmitted Infections has been designed to familiarize the health professionals about the concepts of sexually transmitted infections and the importance of its knowledge in health care delivery. This course will also give an insight into how a sexual history needs to be collected from patients, risk assessment, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of an STI and also how an STI can be prevented.
Knowledge of STIs is important for nurses as well as other health care professionals, as it helps them to perform better in the health care settings. It also helps nurses to identify those at risk and give them proper education regarding prevention measures.
- Identify importance of taking sexual history.
- Formulate questions to be asked in sexual history taking.
- Discuss sexually transmissible infection.
- Explain obstetric and gynaecological history collection and symptom assessment.
- State the considerations when determining when to screen.
- Identify sexual problems.
- Discuss PLISSIT.
- Define common STIs.
- Understand the importance of STI control.
- Enumerate the signs and symptoms.
- Compose testing, treatment and follow up.
- Enumerate STI prevention – brief interventions.
- Recognize brief overview of other STIs.
2 Hours (Self-Paced)
Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 01 What is an STD? Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 02 Most Common STDs For Women And Men! Symptoms And Treatment Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 03 How to Know if You Have an STD Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 04 How to collect a vaginal swab Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 05 Syphilis: Symptoms, Stages of Syphilis, Causes and Treatment Sexually Transmitted Infections Part 06
Sexual History Taking Part 01 Sexual history - The wrong way Sexual History Taking Part 02 Importance of Detailed Sexual History in Medical Consultations Sexual History Taking Part 03
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections Sex talk and cancer: Who is asking? Gynaecological assessment and history taking Strategies for Partner Management when Treating Sexually Transmitted Infection
Sexually Transmitted Infections TEST
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