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Educational Webcast Series: Female Sexual Dysfunction

Female Sexual Dysfunction

The Ob/Gyn Alliance is pleased to present a three-part educational webcast series focusing on Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD), including HSDD. This series provides helpful insight and facts into understanding the different types of FSD, along with symptoms, identifying communication barriers between health provider and patient, and methods to improve communication barriers.

View the program video invitation from our Co-Chairs:

 

 

Upcoming Programs:

Webcast 3: Breaking the Silence: Using Effective Dialogue to Screen for and Diagnose Female Sexual Dysfunction, Including HSDD

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010
Time: 8:00 PM EST, 7:00 PM CST, 6:00 PM MST, 5:00 PM PST

Join us for a discussion on Female Sexual Dysfunction, an educational event offering information on the sexual problems that affect adult women of all ages. Participate in the program to learn about comprehensive, yet simple, approaches to breaking down barriers to making a diagnosis of FSD and to obtain time-efficient screening and diagnostic tools.

Webcast Archive Coming Soon!

Archived Programs:

Webcast 1: Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD) A Comprehensive Approach to Female Sexual Health: Biologic, Psychologic, Sociocultural, and Interpersonal Factors.

To view the archived version of this webcast, please click here.

This Webcast is the first of a three-part series discussing the prevalence and impact of FSD, types of dysfunction and methods to screen for FSD.

Webcast 2: Diagnosing Female Sexual Dysfunction Through Effective Communication

To view the archived version of the live second webcast that took place on June 28th 2010 please click here to download the video.

This webcast reviewed the means and measures to overcome barriers to identifying at-risk women and those women with FSD, initiate a dialogue, improve communication, recognize the symptoms of FSD, including verbal/nonverbal cue, and diagnose the various types of FSD.

Please take the time to view this educational webcast to gain knowledge regarding these important issues that that your female patients may be experiencing.

This content was developed with the support of a sponsorship from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Program Co-Chairs

Andrea Lukes, MD, MHSc, FACOG
Carolina Women’s Research and Wellness Center
Ob/Gyn Alliance
Durham, North Carolina

Len Fromer, MD
UCLA School of Medicine
Group Practice Forum
Los Angeles, California

Webcast 1 Presenters

Linda Bradley, MD
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, Ohio

Sheryl Kingsberg, PhD
Reproductive Biology and Psychiatry
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio

Martin Miner, MD
Miriam Hospital
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island

Webcast 2 Presenters

Jeanne Leventhal Alexander, MD
Medical Psychiatry, Psychopharmacology, and Women's Health
Founder and President, Alexander Foundation for Women's Health
Berkeley, California

Michael Krychman, MD
Sexual Medicine Gynecologist & Sexual Counselor
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Executive Director, The Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship
Newport, CA

Mitchell Tepper, PhD, MPH
Sexologist
Founder and President
The Sexual Health Network
Atlanta, GA

Webcast 3 Presenters

Michael A. Perelman, PhD
President, Society for Sex Therapy and Research
Co-Director, Human Sexuality Program
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
Reproductive Medicine and Urology
The New York Presbyterian Hospital
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
New York, New York

David J. Portman, MD
The Columbus Center for Women’s Health Research
Portman Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates
Clinical Instructor
Ohio State University College of Medicine
Columbus, Ohio

Richard Sadovsky, MD
Associate Professor of Family Medicine
SUNY-Downstate Medical Center
Brooklyn, New York

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