Fertility Control (RHHG5014)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit ncourages a practical approach to fertility control and enables students to develop skills in the provision of contraceptive services. The following topics are covered: general issues in fertility control; contraceptive choice; benefits and risks of contraception; legal aspects; contraceptive counselling; availability of contraceptives; development of new contraceptives and details of specific methods of contraception including behavioural methods, barrier methods, intra-uterine devices, steroidal contraceptives, contra contragestion and abortion, immunological methods, and status of male contraception. Lectures build on pre-reading provided. Tutorials require student presentation and discussion of issues. A written assignment is required during the semester. Assessment is based on presentations during tutorials and on the written assignment.
Our courses that offer this unit of study
- Master of Medicine (Reproductive Health Sciences and Human Genetics)
- Master of Medicine (Reproductive Health Sciences and Human Genetics) and Master of Philosophy
- Master of Science in Medicine (Reproductive Health Sciences and Human Genetics)
- Master of Science in Medicine (Reproductive Health Sciences and Human Genetics)/Master of Philosophy
Further unit of study information
essay assignment (100%)
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