What to expect
With over 40 years of expertise in this field, our two speakers give a reflective overview of their clinical practise, whilst allowing clinicians to consider the approach required to assist the patient and partner to maintain intimacy and closeness within their relationship.
Free Online Course
Module 1 - The History Behind the Science
Is it a modern phenomenon? This module looks at history in the making and considers how to raise the subject of sexual dysfunction and considers communication with your patients. (58 mins)
Module 2 - The impact of a cancer diagnosis on sexual wellbeing
This module discusses the impact a cancer diagnosis can have on sexual wellbeing and how important it is to address sexual issues with cancer patients. You’ll be encouraged to think about how the patient may feel after the diagnosis and how you might address the impact of sexual dysfunction. (38 mins)
Module 3 - Assessment Tools
Looking at some of the assessment tools that can be considered and adapted in your practise to give you a better understanding of a patient’s sexual functions and how you can break down some of the barriers that you may experience.
Total Learning: 2 hours 24 minutes.
On completion of all 3 modules, you will be able to download your certificate of learning. Please note, this course is not CPD accredited but it still counts as learning.
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