Reproductive and Sexual Health: A Population Health Approach

Who would benefit from this course

This unit, administered by the University of Technology, Sydney is aimed at those working or intending to work in reproductive and sexual health such as:

  • clinicians
  • health care workers
  • policy advisors
  • Aboriginal health workers
  • social researchers
  • counsellors.

Course description

This UTS subject aims to further develop students' specialty knowledge around reproductive and sexual health using a health promotion framework. It is aimed at those working or intending to work in reproductive and sexual health such as: clinicians, health care workers, policy advisors, Aboriginal health workers, social researchers and counsellors.

Master classes delivered by subject matter experts working in key affected populations provide a strong focus on the current population health approaches that guide strategies and policies to enable optimal evidence-based care. Self-directed learning strategies are used for students to deeply explore issues surrounding the facilitation of care for these key affected populations: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; people with disability; and people who are same-sex attracted, intersex and gender diverse.

How to apply

The unit can be taken as non-award study, or part of a postgraduate program at UTS.

Further information

For more information about the course, outcomes and assessments, visit the UTS Handbook.

Contact: Course Administration, Education Services
Phone: (02) 8752 4300 press 1 for Education Services

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