P2075 530 Ch 7 _part 1_ and Ch 8 OWL 2018 2019.pdf - P2075 530 Oct 25 No 1` November 8 November 15 November 22 Pregnancy and birth Contraception(pp

P2075 530 Ch 7 _part 1_ and Ch 8 OWL 2018 2019.pdf - P2075...

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P2075 530 Oct 25 & No 1` Pregnancy and birth Chapter 6 November 8 Contraception (pp. 186-203) Chapter 7 STIs Chapter 8 November 15 SDOH November 22 Sexual Arousal Chapter 9 November 29 EXAMINATION #2 December 6 - Contraception (pp.172-185)- MLHU -this lecture to be tested on Exam 3
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P2075 530 November 29, 2018 6:30-8:30pm Lo cation: BR-201 (our classroom) - Please bring a pencil, eraser, and student ID Chapters 6, 7 (pp.186-203) , 8, 9 - Lectures , text, media EXAM 2
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Ch 7 & 8 Chapter 7 (pp. 186-203) Complete chapter 6
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Birth Control in Canada 19th century Canadian criminal code made birth control and pregnancy termination illegal 20th century Canadian Birth Control League advocated for women-centred health options that included access to birth control to avoid unwanted pregnancies 1932 Birth Control Society of Hamilton became the first Canadian Birth Control Clinic Distribution and sale of birth control remained illegal in Canada until 1969 Pierre Trudeau: The state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.
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Why do contraceptive methods fail? User error miscommunication Inconsistent use “We use condoms most of the time” Non-use Contraceptive failure broken condom
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Non-Use
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Attitudes towards contraception IMB Model (Fisher, 1992, 1998) Information-Motivation-Behavioural (IMB) skills Influence sexual health behaviours Eg. The use of contraception
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Attitudes towards contraception IMB Model (Fisher, 1992, 1998) Information: Must be specific and practical in order to help individual feel well informed Eg. Where to obtain contraceptive information and contraceptive devices Motivation: Increases with information, positive attitude, and perceived social acceptability of sex/ contraceptive use Eg. social expectations to use condoms Behavioural: Skills that function to: refuse sex when contraception is not available; discuss sex with a partner; and acquire contraceptives Reduce negative outcomes Enhance sexual health and contraceptive use
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Terminology- related to motivation (IMB model) Erotophiles - have positive emotions related to sex and sexual stimuli Erotophobes - tend to have negative emotions related to sex eg. guilt, fear of social disapproval Many people fall in between these two parameters
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Steps related to proper contraception use 1. Obtaining contraceptive information. Erotophobes have less sex information than erotophiles do Retain less than erotophiles when given the same sex information 2. Acknowledging that sex may occur. Erotophobes may not plan because they don’t acknowledge the possibility 3. Obtaining contraceptives. Erotophobes are more embarrassed thus less likely to use it consistently 4. Communicating with a partner. Erotophobes have difficulty talking about sex, may delegate to a partner 5. Using contraceptives every time.
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  • Spring '19
  • A. Barnfield
  • partner, Sexual intercourse, Human papillomavirus

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