Feedback Request: Help Shape ISSM's Educational Program
Over 5 Years, ED Tweets Greatly Increased
The International Society for Sexual Medicine will be launching the “Ask the Expert” program shortly. These virtual series will be offered to a limited audience who will be able to hear from and discuss with expert opinion leaders and innovators in the field of Sexual Medicine and Sexual Health.
The program will cover all aspects of sexual medicine & health and will include a variety of world renowned experts providing in-depth insight in their specialty, and best practices for the Sexual Medicine specialists.
We need your help in providing us with input on what you are missing in the current educational landscape and what topics or experts/speakers you would like to hear from in the field of Sexual Medicine & Health.
Please share your feedback via the link below. It should take no more than 3 minutes to complete the survey. In return, we will provide you with an educational program that will be of high value to you!
We welcome your input until June 15, 2021 through this link.
Thank you in advance for your feedback!
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a popular subject on Twitter these days.
In fact, the number of users tweeting the hashtag #erectiledysfunction grew from 3,700 in 2015 to 22,100 by June 2020, say the authors of a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine paper.
Over 242 million Twitter users saw the hashtag during the study period.
The conversations appear to be particularly common among physicians, media outlets, and advocacy organizations.
Find out what else the researchers discovered.