W16-SOMGEN-230-01 : Sexual Function and Diversity in Medical Disciplines. 2016 Winter
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- Stanford (Calif.)
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(Same as SOMGEN 130/FEMGEN 230X; undergraduates who wish to fulfill the GER requirement should enroll in SOMGEN 130/FEMGEN 230X.) Goal is the development of personal and professional skills to interact with people across the diverse range of human sexuality, including sexual orientation and gender identity, age (pediatric to geriatric), sociocultural and religious values, medical issues (e.g. hormonal therapy, disabilities, such as spinal cord injury, etc). Features guest speakers representing a range of sexualities, including asexuality, polyamory and kink, as well as medical professionals and researchers specializing in a diversity of sexuality topics. Attendance (in-class feedback) requirements. Enrollment for 3 units requires attendance at two sessions per week and in-class presentation requirements; enrollment for 2 units requires attendance at two sessions per week.
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