The TTUHSC Sex and Gender Specific Health Curriculum (SGSHC) Project began in the School of Medicine in 2010 and has expanded to other schools. The overarching goal of the project is to integrate sex and gender-based evidence into existing curricula, both internal to and external to TTUHSC. With this approach, we consider the project to be about building curricular threads that will weave through or layer our current educational programs.
The SGSH Learning Modules have been created by interprofessional Tech Triad Teams. The teams are comprised of faculty, scientists, residents, and students representing the Schools of Allied Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy. The modules focus on areas of health that have established sex and gender differences and are presented in “Parts” designed to progressively advance from beginning to intermediate to advanced learners. Since the modules are designed in
Parts, they can be adapted for use across the Schools in both the pre-clinical as well as clinical years.
The online system includes a collection of pre-, intra-, and post-test knowledge and higher order questions stored in a database. The questions are inserted at several points during each module session to measure longitudinal retention of knowledge.
For more detailed information about the SGBMC please visit our website at http://www.ttuhsc.edu/medicine/sex-gender-specific-health/
All materials is © SGSH Project at TTUHSC. If you believe a copyrighted image has been used in error or misattributed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All original content © 2014 TTUHSC LWBIWH,
All rights reserved.