Concept – SEXUALITY
Sexuality is factors which facilitate an individual’s gender identity as well as their ability to experience and express themselves as sexual beings.
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Gender Dysphoria/Body Image
Explain what the concept of Sexuality means (including definition, antecedents, and attributes).
Analyze conditions which place a patient at risk for Sexuality imbalance.
Identify when Sexuality imbalance (negative consequence) is developing or has developed.
Discuss the listed exemplars of Sexuality disorders. 4.
Apply the nursing process (including collaborative interventions) for individuals experiencing the listed exemplars and to promote normal reproduction.
Review the following content from previous courses
Anatomy and Physiology – male/female reproductive organs
Sexuality Concept Analysis Diagram with explanation
Concepts - Comfort, Nutrition, Perfusion, Metabolism, Clotting, Functional Ability,
Thermoregulation, Gas Exchange, Tissue Integrity, Immunity
Prior to class
Complete STI chart *faculty this is included as resource –need to make available
March of Dimes -
National Institute on Aging (Sexuality in later life)
North American Menopause Society http://www.menopause.org
Women’s Health Initiative
Erectile Dysfunction http://www.hiv.va.gov/provider/manual-primary-care/urologytool2.asp
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States http://www.siecus.org
Dyspareunia http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=c8h&AN=2010547684&site=e ost-live
STIs (CDC) http://www.cdc.gov/std/default.htm