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1

What is the definition of trafficking?

Act + Means + Purpose

  • Act: anyone who participates in any of:
    • Recruitent
    • Transport
    • Transfer
    • Harboring
    • Receipt of persons
  • Means
    • Threat/force/coercion
    • Abduction
    • Fraud
    • Deception
  • Purpose (exploitation for:)
    • Commercial sex
    • Personal sex
    • Forced labor
    • Slavery/similar practices
    • Removal of organs

 

2

Who should be referred for fertility preservation?

  • Anyone who is going to recieve
    • Chemo
    • Pelvic radiation bone marrow transplant
    • Bilateral oopborectomy
    • Gender affirming therapy
  • Anyone with the following conditions
    • Autoimmune (SLE)
    • Hematologic diseases (Sickle cell)
    • Diminished ovarian reserve/impending primary ovarian unsufficiency

 

 

3

What are the appropriate next steps in management when a patient presents wiht sexual dysfunction that you suspect is psychological?

  • Continue exploring medical treatments
  • Discuss effect of emotional issues on sexual function
    • BUT don't blame the pt or tell them its all in their head
  • Refer for CBT
  • Sex therapy can help

 

4

How many people are internationally trafficked into the US each year for commercial sex exploitation?

14k - 17k

5

What is currently the primary barrier to fertility preservation?

Cost

 

But guidelines are changing, and many patients are not given the most up to date info

6

Which two approaches to fertility perservation are well established? (not experimental)

Oocyte cryopreservation

Embryo cryopreservation

 

Ovarian tissue cryopreservation is experimental

7

Why should heat wave warnings be targeted toward women?

Women are disproportionately affected by affects of heat waves

(And climate crises in general)

8

How many people globally are enslaved in human trafficking

>21 million 

9

What are the two "typical" behavior patterns that people who are being trafficked may present?

  1. Anger, verbally or physically abusive, demanding
  2. Withdrawn, quiet, does not interact or react to stimuli

 

 

10

Do men or women tend to be more severely impacted by climate change?

Why?

Women

  • More likely to die during hurricainds
  • Lower life expectancy after surviving extreme weather
  • Increased risk of violence and assault
  • Increased risk of mood disorder
  • Vector-bourne diseases that affect fetus during pregnancy affect mom
  • More susceptibel to impacts of heat

 

 

11

Summarize what Roe v Wade (1973) held (2 points)

  • Women have a constitutional right to end their pregnancies
  • It is unconstitiutional for states to ban abortion before viability

 

12

Why is water scarcity more of a women's crisis than men's?

Women usually have the household role of providing water

Water scarcity -> more time collecting water

13

Is stress a biological cause of infertility?

No

 

BUT stress can result from infertility

14

A

 

I forgot to write down what this answer was, but pretty sure about A

Healthcare disparity = difference in access

Health outcome disparity = difference in outcome

15

Who is at an increased risk of sex trafficking?

  • Victims of sexual abuse
  • People in foster care, LGBT youth, runaway/throwaway youth
  • Peoply with psychiatric or mental vulnerabilities
    • Learning disabilities/cognitive delay
    • Psychosis, depression, personality disorder
    • Substance dependence

 

16

What is the difference between a health care disparity and a health outcome disparity?

Health care disparity = Population-specific difference in access to care

Health outcome disparity = Population-specific difference in health outcome

Health care disparities explain some, but not all, health outcome disparities

17

Is orgasm a learned behavior or an automatic response?

  • Men: automatic
  • Women: Learned

 

18

Will GnRH agonists preserve fertility if a patinet is going to undergo chemotherapy treatment?

What might they be helpful for?

Will not protect fertility

May prevent primary ovarian insufficiency
(The ovaries have functions in addition to just egg making)