Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health
Attendance dates:March 2021: 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25
Distance learning / Kate Granger Building, 30 Priestley Road, Surrey Research Park, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7YH
Some modules may be taught at: Stag Hill campus, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
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This module will enable you to make an in-depth analysis of some of the contemporary issues affecting sexual and reproductive health, focusing on physiological, psychological, psychosocial, cultural, epidemiological and environmental factors affecting individual’s during their life span.
On successful completion of the module, you should be able to:
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of the social context in which sexuality and sexual health is experienced.
- Critically analyse evidence based knowledge of contraception, sexually transmitted infections, blood borne viruses, gynaecology, sexuality and psycho-sexual issues.
- Assess the role of the practitioner when providing healthcare to men and women within sexual and reproductive healthcare.
- Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the needs of specific groups such as teenagers and other high risk or vulnerable groups.
Indicative module content includes:
- Pre-pregnancy planning
- Assisted conception
- Early pregnancy complications
- Men’s health and well-being
- HIV and AIDS
- Diagnosis, investigation and management of common gynaecological disorders, for example polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis
- Current contraceptive choices
- Female genital mutilation, labiaplasty
- Termination of pregnancy
- Sexually acquired infection
- Contemporary issues in childbearing
- Young people and sex.
Learning and teaching methods
For the 2020/21 curriculum our CPD modules will be delivered using hybrid learning. This means that depending on the subject and content of learning and teaching, modules may be delivered solely online or via a combination of face to face and online delivery, however for all programmes face to face contact time will be reduced, as per Government guidelines and to ensure the reduction of risk for all. Further information can be sought from the course leader (see below).
Usual learning and teaching methods include:
- Key theoretical lectures
- Class discussions and debate
- Self-directed learning activities
A case study analysing an aspect of sexual and reproductive healthcare, specific to your own area of practice, from both a physical and psychological perspective.
Word count: 3,000
Take a look at the module reading list.
- Ability to study at level 7
- Professional registration as a healthcare professional:
- Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
- Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- Working in health and social care.
Fees and funding
How to apply
Please download and fill in an application form.
It is important to ensure that you complete all sections and answer all questions, incomplete forms will cause a delay and may result in you missing out on an available place.
Send your completed application back to us at the address or email included on the form.
Terms and conditions
When you accept an offer of a place at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to comply with our policies and regulations and our terms and conditions. You are also confirming you have read and understood the University's prospective student privacy notice.
If your sponsoring healthcare provider is funding you for this module, by submitting an application you agree to allow all information regarding your module (for example your exam results) to be shared with the sponsoring provider.
If you withdraw less than seven days before the module commences or do not attend on the first day (without informing the module administrator) the full cost of the module will be charged. Withdrawals after the module commences will also be charged.
Places are confirmed approximately one month before the module start date. Please note that modules may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps.
Modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. The University of Surrey has used its reasonable efforts to ensure that the information is accurate at the time of publishing, but changes (for example to module content) may occur given the interval between publishing and commencement of the module. It is therefore very important to check this website for any updates before you apply for a module with us. Read more.