cases

The cases on this page are examples of Interprofessional Education, Problem Based Learning, and Simulation approaches to stroke cases in which appropriate sex and gender differences have been included. These cases serve as an example of how to thread sex and gender differences through a new or existing case. They can also be an educational resource for faculty.  Please refer to our  Terms and Conditions of Use prior to using these cases in a lecture or class setting. If you have a case that you would like to contribute to this site, please see the Request for Proposal information here.

simulation Included in this section are two case scenarios on the acute care of a stroke patient, which demonstrate the 2014 AHA stroke guidelines for women. IPE/PBL IPE Day – A pilot program offering interprofessional collaboration for quality care: threading sex and gender concepts into a problem-based learning model. The reason I jump A collaborative video mini-series designed for preceptor and student education and featuring sex and gender difference education.

 

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