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What Does Intersex Mean? Examining Sexual and Reproductive Health Considerations 

This lecture will describe common intersex conditions and the ways in which intersex conditions have been managed historically and currently. It will address the unique needs of intersex people with respect to sexual health and reproduction. It will address the medical ways in which intersex conditions have been treated and the potential for social change in the understand and acceptance of intersex conditions.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
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    • Intermediate Level
    • No Prerequisites Needed
      • ASSECT & APA Approved 
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        What You’ll Learn in this Course

        Describe intersex conditions and how they are diagnosed/when they become apparent.
        Identify the potential sexual and reproductive health needs of people with intersex conditions.
        Assess the opportunities and limitations of medical interventions and social awareness.
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        What Our Students Say

        I'm so glad we had this presentation because I had not thought about the possibility of working with people who are intersex.
        Alejandra L. 
        Licensed Social Work Associate
        Really interesting information. This was an area I did not know much about.
        Nicole T.
        Licensed Clinical Social Worker
        Appreciated the different visual aids that were utilized.
        Yadira C.
        Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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        —   About the Instructor

        Shandhini Raidoo, MD, MPH

        Obstetrician and Gynecologist

        Dr. Shandhini Raidoo is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women’s Health at the University of Hawai’i John A. Burns School of Medicine. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology in Cleveland, Ohio, and a fellowship in complex family planning at the University of Hawaii. 
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