Sexuality rnsg 538 Health Care Concepts Concept



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SEXUALITY

RNSG 1538

Health Care Concepts 3
Concept – SEXUALITY
Concept Definition

Factors that facilitate an individual’s gender identity as well as their ability to experience and express themselves as sexual beings.


Exemplars

Dyspareunia

Erectile dysfunction

Sexually transmitted

Altered libido

Gender dysphoria/body image


Objectives

1. Explain what the concept of sexuality means (including definition, antecedents, and attributes).

2. Analyze conditions which place a patient at risk for sexuality imbalance.

3. Identify when sexuality imbalance (negative consequence) is developing or has developed.

4. Discuss exemplars (Sexually Transmitted Infections, Erectile dysfunction, Gender dysphoria, Dyspareunia, Altered libido) of common sexuality disorders.

5. Apply the nursing process (including collaborative interventions) for individuals experiencing sexuality imbalance and to promote normal reproduction



Assignments


  1. Review the Sexuality Concept Analysis diagram

  2. Readings/Viewings

  • Giddens, J.F. (2013). Concepts for nursing practice. St. Louis. MO: Mosby Elsevier.

    • Chapter 19: Sexuality

  • Internet

  • North American Menopause Society http://www.menopause.org

  • Women’s Health Initiative

  • Erectile Dysfunction http://www.hiv.va.gov/provider/manual-primary-care/urology-tool2.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=eost-live

  • STIs (CDC)

http://www.cdc.gov/std/default.htm
Content Outline

Concept: Sexuality




  1. Sexuality Review

  2. Normal sexual health

  3. Problems with sexuality

  4. Antecedents

  • Sexual attitudes & behaviors

  • Normal hormones

  • Normal sexual physiology

  • Acceptance of self (Authenticity)

  1. Attributes

    • Sexual response cycle

    • Health – Physical, sexual, psychological

    • Healthy sexual relationships

    • Sexual desire/connection

    • Consent/choice

    • Positive sexual self-concept

  1. Consequences

  2. Sub-Concepts - physiological

Gender dysphoria, sexual orientation, risk behaviors, developmental stage/age.

  1. Interrelated Concepts

Reproduction, gas exchange, coping, immunity, and comfort.



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