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Introduction to men’s reproductive health services— Revised edition: Trainer’s resource book - Section 3

EngenderHealth, (2003)


Section 3, Management of Men's Reproductive Health Problems, provides information to clinicians and other service providers in diagnosing and managing reproductive health disorders in men. Topics include disorders of the male reproductive system, including infertility and sexually transmitted infections; sexual and reproductive history assessment; and step-by-step instructions for performing a genital examination.
https://www.engenderhealth.org/pubs/gender/mens-rh...


Introduction to men’s reproductive health services— Revised edition: Trainer’s resource book - Section 2

EngenderHealth, (2003)


Section 2, Counseling and Communicating with Men, focuses on strengthening service providers' ability to interact with, communicate with, and counsel men—with or without their partners—on reproductive health issues. Topics include counseling and communication approaches, provider biases toward and against men that may need to be addressed, and effective communication and counseling techniques.
http://www.engenderhealth.org/files/pubs/gender/mr...


Introduction to men’s reproductive health services— Revised edition: Trainer’s resource book - Section 1

EngenderHealth, (2008)


Section 1, Introduction to Men's Reproductive Health Services, Revised Edition, is designed to help sites and health care workers address organizational and attitudinal barriers that may exist when initiating, providing, or expanding a men's reproductive health services program. It also provides basic information on a variety of reproductive health issues relevant to reproductive health services for men, including sexuality, gender, anatomy and physiology, contraception, and sexually transmitted infections.
http://www.engenderhealth.org/files/pubs/gender/mr...


Counseling for Effective Use of Family Planning - Part II

EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project, (2008)


Building communication and counseling skills
http://www.engenderhealth.org/files/pubs/acquire-d...


Counseling for Effective Use of Family Planning - Part I

EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project, (2008)


Training Manual Building on earlier EngenderHealth work in counseling, Counseling for Effective Use of Family Planning responds to an identified gap in existing materials and fills the needs expressed by those in the field. The intended audiences for this curriculum are health care providers, their supervisors, and the managers of the programs in which they work. The counseling skills addressed here are expected to be relevant to the provision of both preventive and curative health services through the workshop participants’ national health systems. Finally, the curriculum’s participatory approach to defining terms and to generating profiles of potential clients is designed to assist trainees in addressing the realities and exploring the reproductive health priorities of their communities in a culturally appropriate manner.
http://respond-project.org/pages/files/6_pubs/curr...


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