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September 29, 2014. Nursing 330 Human Reproductive Health. Introductions Text for the course Review Syllabus Rules of Conduct Participation Quarter Schedule Lecture Reproductive Health Overview. INTRODUCTIONS Your name Year in school Major What you hope to gain from this course.

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September 29 2014

September 29, 2014

Nursing 330

Human Reproductive Health


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  • Introductions

  • Text for the course

  • Review Syllabus

    • Rules of Conduct

    • Participation

  • Quarter Schedule

  • Lecture

    • Reproductive Health Overview


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INTRODUCTIONS

  • Your name

  • Year in school

  • Major

  • What you hope to gain from this course


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Text

  • The Reproductive System

    • Available at bookstore

  • Additional readings are assigned.

    • Refer to course website


Rules of conduct

Rules of Conduct

  • Assignments are due on the due date. Late submissions will be result in loss of points.

  • If the decision is made to drop the class, it is the student’s responsibility to complete the paperwork to drop.

    • The instructor will not automatically drop you. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain and read the student handbook for course policies on add/drop (Student Handbook p. 12)


Rules of conduct cont

RULES OF CONDUCT (cont)

  • Students having difficulty due to medical or other excusable problems must inform the instructor immediately. Coming in at the end of quarter and asking for an alternative work plan is not acceptable

  • ZERO TOLERANCE ON CHEATING/PLAGIARISM

    • The College of Health and Human Services department adheres to the University policy on Statement of Honesty. (Schedule of classes p. 116)


Rules of conduct cont1

RULES OF CONDUCT (cont)

  • Students are expected to come prepared for class, having done the assigned reading and assignments and to productively participate throughout the term.

  • Students are expected to treat each other and the instructor with courtesy and respect.

  • Any personal information disclosed by students in the class is considered confidential and should not be repeated outside the classroom.


Rules of condut cont

RULES OF CONDUT (cont)

  • Although class discussion may become “heated,” please raise your hand and do not interrupt your colleague or the instructor when s/he is speaking.

  • I reserve the right to eliminate any person, from the class, who I deem disruptive at any time.


Course website

Course Website

  • www.ot4educ.com

  • All documents, including lecture handouts, can be found on this page

  • It is each student’s responsibility to print lecture handouts from the course website before coming to class


Exams

Exams

  • Mid-term

    • 100 points

  • Final Exam

    • Cumulative

    • 200 points

  • All exams

    • multiple choice, T/F, fill-in- the blank, matching

    • Scantron #882 needed

  • There are no make up exams


Quizzes

Quizzes

  • Two quizzes

    • 25 points each

    • Closed book

    • Short answer

  • 12.5% of your grade


Participation

Participation

  • 12.5% of your grade

  • Open-book

  • Based on:

    • In-class Assignments

      • Lectures, guest speakers


Make up assignments

Make Up Assignments

  • No make up for mid-term or final exams

  • Make up options available for:

    • Quiz (20 possible points)

      • Can only make up one quiz

    • In-class assignment (10 possible points)

      • Can only make up one in-class assignment

    • Doctor’s note needed

  • Options for make up (One-page essay)

    • Reproductive Health Screening

    • Attend a Workshop

    • Reproductive Health in the Media

  • Must be submitted no later than 11/17/14.


Quarter schedule

Quarter Schedule

  • Schedule for the quarter

  • Lecture topics and reading assignments

  • Exam Dates

  • Guest Speaker line-up


Reproductive health topics

Puberty

Anatomy & Physiology

Male & Female Reproductive Systems

Climacteric

Pregnancy, Conception, Fetal Development

STDs/HIV

Infertility

Sexuality

Contraception

Abortion

Reproductive Health Cancers

Female

Male

Breast Disease

Diseases of Male Reproductive System

Reproductive Health Topics


Some factors that can affect reproductive health

Finances

Access to Care

Lack of knowledge/Information

Religion

Anything else?

Culture

Gender

Age

Population

Some Factors that can affect Reproductive Health


Office hours

Office Hours

  • Before and after class

  • By appointment

  • SH C244


Assignment due on october 6 2014

Assignment Due onOctober 6, 2014

  • Reading Assignment

    • Refer to course website for reading assignment

  • Navigate through course website to familiarize yourself with the page.

  • Print/download lecture handouts before

    coming to each class


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