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Evidence-Based Sexual and Reproductive Health CareAuthors: Theodora D Kwansa, Jill Stewart-Moore
Evidence-Based Sexual and Reproductive Health Care: Policies, Clinical Procedures, and Related Research embraces the concept of a multi-professional approach to clinical care excellence in sexual and reproductive health care. A comprehensive resource, it explores the complex nature of sexual health related issues, contemporary management interventions, and the underpinning theories and concepts. With contributions from leading experts from around the globe, the text features perspectives from a wide variety of fields, such as education, medicine, nursing, and the health professions.
User-friendly and practical in approach, it explores current and future developments, ongoing research, new treatment procedures, and emerging technological advancements. Also incorporated are group interactive techniques that encourage critical thinking around key issues explored in the chapters.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Clinical Governance in the United Kingdom and the U.S. National Strategy for Quality Improvement: Interrelationships with the Principles of Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 2 Overview of the Key Concepts and Guiding Principles of EBP as Applied in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Chapter 3 Systematic Reviews: Consolidating Research Evidence for EBP
Chapter 4 Evidence-Based Practice: Practical Challenges in the Implementation Process
Part II Applied Reproductive Science; Contemporary Interventions; Accessible Contraception Services
Chapter 5 Applied Reproductive System: Scientific Aspects
Chapter 6 Sexually Transmitted Infections and Associated Reproductive Tract Infections: Recommended Screening, Care, and Treatment Interventions
Chapter 7 HIV/AIDS: Contemporary Interventions
Chapter 8 Contraception in a Changing World
Part III Support Services in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Chapter 9 Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV: Requirements for Surveillance Systems, Policy Regulations, Control, and Prevention
Chapter 10 Subfertility and Its Impact
Chapter 11 Identifying Special Client Groups with Recommended Screening Services and Referral Systems
Chapter 12 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Trans-Sexual, and Questioning Dispositions
Chapter 13 Applied Psychology and Sexual Health: The Roles of Clinical and Health Psychologists
Chapter 14 Counseling and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Sexual Health Care
Chapter 15 Roles and Responsibilities of Sexual Health Advisers and Partner Services Providers
Chapter 16 Health Promotion and Health Education: Integral Components of Excellence in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Part IV The Wider Context of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care: Workforce Development and The Significance of Research and Clinical Audit
Chapter 17 Developing a Competent and Capable Sexual and Reproductive Workforce
Chapter 18 Significance of Research and Clinical Audit in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Chapter 19 Ethical, Moral and Legal Quandaries in Professional Practice in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Part V Providing Sexual and Reproductive Care and Services in Resource-Constrained Developing Countries
Chapter 20 Providing Sexual and Reproductive Care and Service in Resource-Constrained Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa-Lesotho
Chapter 21 Providing Sexual and Reproductive Health Care and Services in Resource-Constrained Countries: Ghana