Demonstrate sensitivity to sex and gender in approaching patients with symptoms of CHD and medical problems related to cardiovascular diseases.
Relate medical facts to clinical practice through the use of clinical scenarios.
Identify sex and gender issues in clinical scenarios related to cardiovascular diseases.
Recognize that men and women experience and respond to acute coronary syndrome (ACS) within the context of societal influences and evaluate the impact of these differences in health outcomes.
Evaluate how sex and gender influences one’s contact with the health care system.
Analyze how health care providers understand sex and gender and how this influences the provision of care.
Explain and understand that gender is a social determinant of health and an equity issue.
Explain the importance of sex and gender as a determinant of cardiovascular health.
Explain why the impact of CHD on women’s health has been underestimated for many years.
Integrate the social determinants of cardiovascular diseases and their impact on health outcomes.
Describe approaches to prevention that encourage lifestyle change and are informed by an understanding of gender and health.
Apply an understanding of the roles of sex and gender to a variety of health-care problems, using the concepts learned in this gender and cardiovascular disease module