ICS CORE CURRICULUM (FREE): Addressing Women’s and Men’s Sexual Dysfunction – Are We Up to Date?

Workshop 10

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Workshop Schedule

15:35

Marie-Pierre Cyr
Melanie Morin

15:40

Marie-Pierre Cyr

16:00

Dee Hartmann

16:20

Cristine Homsi Jorge

16:40

Heather Howard

17:00

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Aims & Objectives

Intermediate
90 minutes
Conservative Management
Clinical
Sexual function Pain Conservative management
Urology, Urogynaecology and Female & Functional Urology, Conservative Management

Our understanding of pelvic floor disorders has expanded in the last few decades. This progress has led to the development of conservative treatment options. Sexual dysfunction, however, has not received as much attention, leaving women and men with limited evidence-based treatment options, particularly for those affected by pain and pelvic floor disorders. This workshop will present recent evidence and treatment approaches related to sexual dysfunction in women and men so clinicians can use this knowledge to upscale their clinical practice.

Learning Objectives

  • To discuss the principal mechanisms involved in female and male sexual function, and to understand the impact of common pelvic floor disorders, including pain, on sexual function.
  • To discuss conservative treatment approaches to optimize sexual function.
  • To integrate a psychosocial approach to treating sexual dysfunction.

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