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|Title:||EFFECT OF ON-LINE SEXUALITY EDUCATION ON HEALTH PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS’ COMFORT IN PROVISION OF SEXUAL HEALTH CARE|
Graduate Program in Sexual Health
|Keywords:||ON-LINE SEXUALITY EDUCATION|
SEXUAL HEALTH CARE
SEX EDUCATION HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
|Description:||The unit of study “Sexuality for Health Professionals” is offered on-line unit as an elective to all students enrolled in the Health Sciences Faculty of the University of Sydney. The unit utilises the PLISSIT management model to present an interactive learning unit on the Web CT learning platform. This paper presents the analysis of a pre and post learning evaluation of the unit.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Graduate Program in Sexual Health|
|Type of Work:||Presentation|
|Appears in Collections:||1st World Congress in Sexual Health: XVIII World Congress of WAS|
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