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Latest News from the ISSM - February 5, 2016 Member Login
Travel Stipends Available for World Meeting in Beijing

Fifteen travel stipends in the amount of USD 2,000 each are available for attendees of the 20th World Meeting on Sexual Medicine.  The meeting will take place September 22-25, 2016 in Beijing, China. 

Recipients will also receive free registration to the meeting. Allocation is based on need and applicants must meet specific criteria, including an abstract submission and written proof of a professional degree.

The application deadline is May 25, 2016. Complete details on the stipends may be found here.

ISSM Offers 10 Scholarships to ESSM School of Sexual Medicine in Hungary

The ISSM is pleased to offer ten scholarships to the ESSM School of Sexual Medicine to be held in Budapest, Hungary October 16 - 25, 2016.

The program is intended for clinicians who wish to practice in sexual medicine and clinical sexology. 

Each scholarship is in the amount of EUR 1950, which covers the full registration fee, tuition, meals, and accommodations. Recipients must be ISSM members in good standing and first-time attendees of the program. They must also submit a report on their program experience six months after completion.

The deadline for applications is June 1, 2016.  Please click here for more information, including full eligibility criteria. 

MSM Sexual Health After Prostate Cancer is Not Always Addressed

After prostate cancer treatment, men who have sex with men (MSM) often face sexual health challenges that are different from heterosexual men. 

A recent study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that the needs of MSM are not always met by traditional approaches, which tend to target heterosexuals.

Scientists interviewed sixteen MSM (mean age 65) who had had prostate cancer. The men were asked about their sexual function, relationships, and emotional health. 

Erectile dysfunction, incontinence, orgasms, and relationships were of special concern for the men. 

However, many felt that interactions with healthcare providers and other support networks did not address issues specific to MSM, such as the importance of sex when starting new relationships. 

Please click here for more details. 

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