Focuses on current women's health issues. Critically explores a broad array of women's health concerns from various philosophical perspectives including feminist, critical and phenomenological perspectives. Women's health issues may include such topics as reproductive health, menopause, violence, aging, breast cancer, depression, and sexuality. Taught in an interactive format through group discussion, presentations and the participation of guest speakers. Focuses on the consideration and critique of current influences on women's health including the effect of the health care system, the impact of the social and cultural context and the influence of evolving technology.
Undergraduate course in Nursing offered by the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.