Register for elective course on concepts in sexuality for the clinician
Feb. 7, 2013
A basic and pervasive component of human existence, sexuality is a topic that physicians should be familiar and comfortable with in relation to their patients' health and well being.
Concepts in Sexuality for the Clinician (Course Number 93ZH890), which begins in March, is an elective course that addresses the often delicate issue of human sexuality as it relates particularly to clinical medicine and more generally to being human, including our involvement in human relationships, with perspectives from IU faculty from pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, and counseling services.
This course will be led by Richard B. Gunderman, M.D., Ph.D., professor of radiology and
imaging sciences and pediatrics at the IU School of Medicine and professor of philosophy at the IU School of Liberal Art at IUPUI. Additional instructors include J. Dennis Fortenberry, M.D. (Pediatrics); Jeffrey M. Rothenberg, M.D. (OB-GYN); Mary A. Ott, M.D. (Pediatrics); Mark J. DiCorcia, Ph.D. (OB-GYN); Suzanne Kunkle, Ph.D. (Counseling Services) and Lee A. Learman, M.D.,Ph.D. (OB-GYN).
Classes will be held in Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, Room 1024A.
For more information, email Ruth Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.