Womens Health

Womens Health

Author: Kendra Saal


1.   Compare the advantages, disadvantages, and effectiveness of the various methods of contraception available.

2.Discuss basic gynecologic screening procedures indicated for well women.

  1. Consider the physical and psychologic aspects and clinical treatment options of the menopausal woman.
  2. Discuss the nurse’s role in screening and caring for women who have experienced domestic violence.
  3. Compare the prevention, causes, treatment options, and nursing care of women with common sexually transmitted infections.
  4. Discuss pelvic inflammatory disease; including signs and symptoms, pathology, treatment, nursing care, and implication for fertility.
  5. Compare the causes, signs and symptoms, treatment options, and nursing care for women with vulvovaginal candidiasis and bacterial vaginosis.
  6. Identify risk factors, treatment options, and nursing interventions for a woman with toxic shock syndrome.
  7. Understand the contributing factors, signs and symptoms, treatment options, implications for fertility and nursing care management of the woman with endometriosis.
  8. Contrast contributing factors, signs and symptoms, treatment options, and nursing care management of women with common benign breast disorders.
  9. Identify causes and implications of an abnormal finding during a pelvic examination.
  • Contraception
  • Health Promotion for Women
  • Menopause
  • Violence Against Women
  • Common Gynecologic Problems
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