Course Content and Outcomes Guide for HE 213 Effective Summer 2021
- Course Number:
- HE 213
- Course Title:
- Men's Health
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
- Special Fee:
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
Identify significant men's health issues in the United States.
Describe how the construct of masculinity promotes and hinders men’s health.
Use health models to examine the behavioral, social, and cultural factors that contribute to or inhibit men's health.
Describe how social determinants of health influence the health of individual men and communities of men.
Explore men's health differences using information from credible research and primary data sources.
Course Activities and Design
- Using peer-reviewed research
- Paraphrasing and discussing important facts from research
- Accessing primary data sets from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Outcome Assessment Strategies
- Written examination
- Critical analysis of material
- Group problem solving
- Class collaboration
- Other class activities and discussion
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
- Analyze societal and cultural context for masculinity.
- Explain cultural, social, and environmental influences and their effect on masculinity.
- Demonstrate knowledge of men’s physical and emotional health conditions.
- Demonstrate knowledge of men’s cardiovascular health and men’s cancers.
- Describe gender differences in life expectancy.
- Demonstrate knowledge of current issues in men’s sexual health.
- Explore current research in Men’s Health.
- Apply Transtheoretical Model of behavior change.
- Summarize behavioral factors that contribute or inhibit personal health