Unit C2e – Introduction to Hormonal Contraception

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INTRODUCTION TO HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION

experienced

1

undertaking a pre-training assessment of own background knowledge

Student completed worksheets and/or written work

2

watching a PowerPoint presentation about the menstrual cycle and fertility awareness techniques

Teacher checklist

3

watching a PowerPoint presentation about the different methods of hormonal contraception

Teacher checklist

4

watching a PowerPoint presentation about contraceptive and sexual health assessment

Teacher checklist

5

hearing a recording of an experienced practitioner make a comprehensive contraceptive and sexual health assessment

Teacher checklist

demonstrated the ability to

6

identify and describe the UK’s emergency contraceptive choices

Student completed written work

7

identify and describe how eight different methods of hormonal contraception work, their correct use and in order to maintain contraceptive protection, what to do when things go wrong

Student completed written work

8

identify and explain five common reasons for hormonal contraception failure

Student completed written work

9

evaluate five women’s medical history for the safe use of two methods of emergency contraception

Student completed written work

10

evaluate five women’s family and personal medical history, and her subsequent eligibility to use the eight methods of hormonal contraceptive, safely

Student completed written work

shown knowledge of

11

at least ten features of female reproductive anatomy and physiology

Student completed written work

12

at least two advantages and one disadvantage of using each of eight different types of hormonal contraception

Student completed written work

13

at least two indications and one contraindication for each of the eight types of hormonal contraception

Student completed written work

14

the timing of and at least two legal aspects involved with the use of emergency contraception.

Student completed written work

Level Three

Validation Date: 9-Mar-2018