Examining the Impact of an Educational Intervention on Provider Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding the Importance of Sexual Health Management
This project aimed to evaluate the effect of an educational intervention on the beliefs and attitudes of primary care providers regarding the importance of sexual health management. Data were collected over an eight-week period between January – February 2022. The project followed a one-group cohort pre-test and post-test design where mean scores for attitudes and beliefs were compared before and after the educational intervention using a paired sample t-test. Differences between participant professions were analyzed using chi-square likelihood ratio. When evaluating mean scores from pre-intervention to post-intervention, results revealed statistically significant differences (p
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Benyounes, Jenna (Georgetown University, 2018)It is estimated that 43% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction. Women expect their providers to evaluate their sexual health, yet most clinicians do not because they feel they do not have the time, training, or knowledge ...