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  • 1. Reproductive Health Care for Women With Disabilities
  • 2. OBJECTIVES
    • To identify the characteristics of the population of women with physical disabilities
    • To describe special considerations necessary in the gynecological exam for women with physical disabilities
    • To identify major health issues that are unique to women with physical, developmental or sensory disabilities.
    • To identify medical issues that require special consideration for women with disabilities.
    • To increase awareness of those things which facilitate access to health care for women with disabilities
    • To identify resources to support the OB-GYN treating women with disabilities
  • 3. Tutorial Outline
    • Part I: Introduction
      • Module 1: Scope of disability in women
      • Module 2: Sexuality
      • Module 3: Psychosocial issues
    • Part II: Routine GYN Health Care
      • Module 1: The GYN Examination
      • Module 2: GYN Health Screening : Breast and cervical cancer, STI’s, Skin examination
  • 4.
    • Part III - Medical considerations
      • Module 1: Contraception
      • Module 2: Abnormal uterine bleeding
      • Module 3: Pregnancy and parenting issues
      • Module 4: Diet, exercise and weight
      • Module 5: Adolescent issues
      • Module 6: Aging and osteoporosis
    • Part IV – Health issues specific to disability type
      • Module 1: Mobility impairments
      • Module 2: Developmental disabilities
      • Module 3: Sensory disabilities
    Tutorial Outline
  • 5.
    • Part V: Improving Access
      • Module 1: Requirements and incentives
      • Module 2: Sensitivity
      • Module 3: Universal design
    • Part VI: Resources
    Tutorial Outline