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Sexuality, Intimacy and Relationships

Speciality Classification
Occupational Therapists
Location
Online
Delivery
Online

Less than 25% of health professionals provide opportunities for people living with chronic disease or disability to discuss sexuality. The aim of this recorded webinar is to increase knowledge, confidence and foundational skills of occupational therapists in addressing sexuality, intimacy and relationships.

It will include a mixture of information provision, active reflection, discussion and planning. Topics will include common myths and misunderstanding about the impact of chronic disease on sexuality and sexual expression; how to start a difficult conversation; handling difficult questions and how to evaluate practice. Participants will also be supported to identify change strategies that can support them to implement their learning in practice.

SUITABLE FOR

Students and OTs in their early career stage.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Reflect on their values, beliefs and assumptions about sexuality, intimacy and relationships and how these values influence their ability to confidently initiate conversations about sexuality, intimacy and relationships with people living with chronic disease and disability
  • Increase their awareness of the importance of sexuality, intimacy and relationships to people living with chronic disease or disability
  • Increase their personal comfort in initiating discussions about sexuality and responding to questions about sexuality
  • Learn about common evidence-based strategies to improve experiences of sexuality, intimacy and relationships for people living with chronic disease or disability
  • Learn how to access specialised sexual rehabilitation services
  • Develop an individual action plan to incorporate sexuality, intimacy and relationships into everyday occupational therapy practice
PRESENTER

Margaret McGrath

Dr Margaret McGrath is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney where she leads the Sydney Sexuality Group. Our aims are to improve the knowledge and skills of health professionals, and evidence-based services provided to people with chronic disease or disability and their partners, in the area of sexuality, relationships and intimacy.

WEBINAR DETAILS

CPD HOURS:
Total CPD claimable workshop hours: 1hr

DATE:
This is a recorded webinar session that was held on Thursday 28 May 2020

ACCESS:
This resource is run through our external learning platform - Course Genius. All registrants will receive an email containing information on how to set up their online course account and/ or a  notification that a course has been allocated to them.

You will be assigned an access period of 12 weeks to complete this online course upon activation.

Please be sure to check all email folders including junk and clutter. 

To ensure you receive all correspondence we recommend registering for this workshop with a personal email address.

REGISTRATION FEES & INCLUSIONS

FEES:
OTA Member: $45
OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38
Non Member: $64

(All pricing is inclusive of GST)

Registrations close Friday 28 May 2021, 11.55pm AEST 

Members must be logged in with username and password in order to register at the member rate.

Type
Delivery
Title
Sexuality, Intimacy and Relationships
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Chronic Conditions and Disease Management, Sexual health
Location
Provider Type
Non Profit Organisation
Start Date
28-May-2021
CPD Points
1
Price
64.00
Price Details
OTA Member: $45; OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38; Non Member: $64
Location
Online
Venue
CPD Library
Contact Phone
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Price: $64.00OTA Member: $45; OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38; Non Member: $64
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