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Female Sexual Dysfunction and the Pelvic Floor - CANCELLED

Start: 12/07/2019 08:45
End: 12/07/2019 17:00

Location: RCOG
Programme: Female Sexual Dysfunction and the Pelvic Floor.pdf

bsugThis meeting aims to update delegates on current issues and clinical practice regarding female sexual problems, particularly with respect to pelvic floor function.

Approaching these issues with a holistic approach, physical, psychological, and pharmacological therapies will be reviewed. Current themes in the range of care expected of health care professionals in pelvic health will be explored. 

Learn about the latest developments and hear presentations on how to manage sexual issues and understand the work of related health care professionals. This varied programme includes renowned speakers and will stimulate thought and discussion.

Who Should Attend?

  • Consultants and trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Consultants and trainees in Female Urology
  • Health care professionals treating sexual problems
  • Nurses and physiotherapists with an interest in this field
  • SAS Doctors

Learning objectives

  • Obtain familiarity with presentation, prevalence and classification of female sexual problems
  • To assess the impact of common gynaecological problems on female sexual function
  • To gain confidence in initial management of female sexual problems, including how to discuss them
  • Obtain knowledge of the basic tenets of management of female sexual problems
  • Ability to organise multispeciality and multiprofessional working for the holistic care of women with sexual problems

Course Organisers

Miss Claudine Domoney MRCOG, London

Honorary Director of Conferences

Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham

Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences

Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury


The registration fee (inclusive of online discount and VAT at 20%) for this event is:

  • Standard rate: £355.00
  • RCOG Member / Fellow Rate: £305.00
  • Trainee rate: £240.00
  • Allied Healthcare Professional rate: £225.00

We will automatically allocate you a rate based on the information we hold about you in our database.

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Alternatively, you can book using the postal booking form. Please note if you book using this method you will not receive the online discount.

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For any queries regarding registration, please contact:

Jessica Thorn, Conference Administrator

For any queries regarding sponsorship and exhibition, please contact:

Natasha Breckwold, Sponsorship and Exhibitions Lead

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