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Latest News from the ISSM - June 11, 2021 Member Login
Ask the Expert: Submit Your Proposal by June 15th

Dear ISSM Members,

Here is your opportunity to present to an international audience! The International Society for Sexual Medicine is launching a new initiative called the “Ask the Experts” program. These virtual sessions will allow attendees to hear from and converse with expert thought and opinion leaders and innovators in the field of sexual medicine and sexual health. Limited registration for these sessions will allow for intimate and informal conversation.

The program will cover all aspects of sexual medicine and health and will include a variety of world-renowned experts providing in-depth insight in their specialty and best practices for sexual medicine specialists.

We are seeking additional proposals for interactive Ask the Expert virtual sessions to fill out our 2021 schedule. If you have one in mind, please submit your proposal by June 15, 2021.

We look forward receiving your proposals!

Kind regards,

On behalf of the Program Committee,

Gerald B. Brock, Eric Chung,
Patrícia M. Pascoal and Alan W. Shindel

Next ISSM Webinar: Puberty Suppression in Transgender Adolescents

We're pleased to have the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) join us in presenting the next session in the ISSM Webinar series: "Transgender Adolescent’s Health; The Role of Puberty Suppression."

The program will take place on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 12:00 pm UTC.

Moderated by Dr. Eli Coleman, the session will have four segments:

  • Dr. Annelou de Vries will present an introduction to transgender care and discuss the role of puberty suppression.
  • Dr. Riittakerttu Kaltiala will discuss the mental health of transgender adolescents and how puberty suppression might influence neurocognitive development.
  • Prof. Gary Butler will focus on the specificities of dealing with endocrine care in trans children, including the somatic effects of suppression and how it influences physical development.
  • Dr. Coleman will lead a Q & A session.

We hope you will join us!  Register today!

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