Sexual and Reproductive Health (For Adolescents and Women)
The goal of this Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) course is to assist public health professionals, physicians, nurses, midwives, and other volunteers working in community settings in gaining a solid comprehension of the scientific standards, policies, ethics, legal issues, sociocultural issues, and epistemological practices that are associated with Sexual and Reproductive Health. The course was conceived of and is designed with this specific goal in mind. This course also touches upon management concepts and epidemiology, both of which allow professionals working in sexual and reproductive health to better manage their work in an interdisciplinary team approach for the purpose of mitigating risks and reducing reproductive morbidity and mortality.
- Language of teaching for this course is English. This means that all communication during lectures will be in English, and all literature and auxiliary materials are in English.
- You can use the translation widget on this website to translate course content into your preferred language.
- The course is subject to evaluation. At the end of the course, students are to participate in the final assessment and score up to 70% to qualify for certification.
- Students can retake assessment three times only.