Sexual Health Promotion, 5 cr (EduFutura)avaa tulostusnäkymä

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    31.08.2020 - 18.12.2020
Last enrolment date
Target group
    ONLY for Gradia and JYU students
After this course you are able to consider sexuality in human lifecycle

ethical competence, health promotion competence, client competence in health and social care

Learning outcomes
You understand the significance of sexuality in life, the versatility of sexuality and sexual health as part of the overall wellbeing of individuals and communities .

You can justify your attitudes, values and limits related to your own sexuality and you are able to comment on sexuality-related phenomena on societal, community and individual level.

You understand the meaning of supporting sexual health of individuals.
    Dimensions of sexuality
Sexual health and sexual rights
Values, norms, taboos and myths related to sexuality
Sexual development
Sexual versatility
Love, relationship and human reproduction
PLISSIT – model
Sexuality throughout life
Sexual harassment and violence and legislation on sexual crime
    E-learning: independent studying of the material, online discussions and tests, group assignment
    WHO. 2016.Action Plan for Sexual and Reproductive Health Towards achieving the 2030. Agenda for Sustainable Development in Europe – leaving no one behind.
World Association of Sexology (WAS). 2014. Declaration of Sexual Rights.
WHO. 2010. Regional Of?ce for Europe and BZgA Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe. A framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists.
    Free of charge for Gradia and JYU students
Further Information
    Riina Sahlman
Further Information about the enrolment