09.07.2011 - WS220/Nurs220 Perspectivesin WomensHealth...

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WS 220/Nurs 220  Perspectives in  Women’s Health Wednesdays 5:30-7:30pm MLB Aud 3
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Course Instructors Faculty: Lisa Kane Low PhD CNM  School of Nursing and Women’s Studies Clinical Appointment Department of OB/GYN Nurse Midwifery  Service Communication Policies Email: kanelow@umich.edu (preferred contact method with WS  220 in subject line) Office Hours: Wednesdays afternoon  2-4pm by appointment Office: 2223 Lane Hall  Use of phone 2
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GSIs in the Course GSI Email___ Jennifer Kittell kittellj@umich.edu Michelle Johns johnsmm@umich.edu Shelley Chinnan shellmc@umich.edu Sara Neill saranne@umich.edu Jennifer Closson Torres jennymcr@umich.edu Graduate Student Instructors’ office:  1230 Lane Hall  phone: 615-6614 3
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Am I in the right place? Section Numbers and GSIs Waitlist Procedures Tracking and follow up 4
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Overview of resources Ctools: syllabus, resources, updates Syllabus Changes Selected Readings Coursepack: Dollarbill Copying Text: Common Language Bookstore Pick up pre-orders Pick up option again next week Scanned copy of the first two weeks of readings Use of old books and course packs 5
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Key syllabus issues Lecture sequence and coursepack readings May be some readings out of order, follow syllabus Handouts cited on syllabus are required material  for review and testing. Power point lectures will NOT  always be  available  Lectures are not review of the readings but are  added content 6
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Discussion  Begins this week Reading expected to be completed before that  day’s class Chance to integrate understanding of readings and  lectures 7
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Course Requirements Midterm October 19 20% Final paper due November 30 25% Final Exam December 15* 25% Section Assignments 30% Participation 15% Critical Analysis due Sept. 28 10% Paper abstract/summary Nov. 2 5% All assignments are to be turned in at the front of the room during lecture by 5:30 pm on their respective “due dates.” 8
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Women’s Health: What’s gender got  to do with it? Lisa Kane Low
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Ways to answer the question* Comparison: differences in women’s health compared to  men’s health Power: gender dynamics between health care providers  and patients Social construction: society’s idea of gender and how it  affects women’s health We are going to try to look at all three……  10
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Significance: Why consider Gender? Implications in the delivery of quality health care services 
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