It is anticipated that the initial discussion response should be in the range of 250-300 words. Response posts must demonstrate topic knowledge and scholarly engagement with peers. This is not the only criteria utilized for evaluation; substantive content is imperative. All questions in the topic must be addressed. Please proofread your response carefully for grammar and spelling. Do not upload any attachments. All responses need to be supported by a minimum of one scholarly resource. Journals and websites must be cited appropriately. Citation and reference must adhere to APA format (6th Ed.). Classroom Participation Students are expected to initially address the discussion question by Wednesday of each week. Participation in the discussion forums is expected with a minimum total of three (3) substantive postings (this includes your initial posting and posting to two peers) on three (3) different days per week. Substantive means that you add something new to the discussion, you aren’t just agreeing.
This is also a time to ask questions or offer information surrounding the topic addressed by your peers. Personal experience is appropriate for a substantive discussion and should be correlated to the literature. All discussion boards will be evaluated utilizing rubric criterion inclusive of content, analysis, collaboration, writing and APA. If you fail to post an initial discussion you will not receive these points, you may however post to your peers for partial credit following the guidelines above. Due to the nature of this type of assignment and the need for timely responses for initial posts and posting to peers, the Make-Up Coursework Policy (effective July 2017) does not apply to Discussion Board Participation. Discussion Prompt [Due Wednesday] Select ONE of the questions listed below and provide a substantive posting by Wednesday. Please include the question number you selected in the title of your post (e.g. Question 1 Painful Menstruation). Respond to a classmate who initially posted to the opposite question. What clinical information would you obtain from an adolescent or adult female presenting with complaint of painful menstruation? What is your assessment and associated ICD-10 and V code(s) for this condition? What are your differential diagnoses? What pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies would you recommend? What follow-up (RTC) timeframe, if any, would you recommend? Describe the components of the comprehensive, clinically relevant, sexual health, gynecological, and obstetrical history. Identify two health promotion/disease prevention recommendations and anticipatory guidance for the following populations: adolescents, childbearing, perimenopausal, menopausal, and geriatric women. Estimated time to complete: 3 hours