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Introduction to IOSS Kick off classes

IOSS team is happy to introduce you to the kick off online classes that we designed. Each class is consisted of five online lectures focusing on psychosexual aspects of male and female Sexual Dysfunctions. Participants will be instructed on: assessment, diagnosis, main factors involved (predisposing, precipitating, maintaining), different patient’s profiles. The lectures are designed for […]

Do subjective feelings of arousal predict genital arousal in women?

Do subjective feelings of arousal predict genital arousal in women?   Previous literature has shown that women’s mental feelings of sexual arousal do not necessarily coincide with the arousal of the genitals. In other words, a woman’s feeling of pleasure may not be accompanied by swelling and lubrication of the vagina. A woman may experience […]

Sexology training courses for physicians: IOSS background and goals

Sexology training courses for physicians: IOSS background and goals By Francesca Tripodi & Evie Kirana   Sexual medicine has historically been an unofficial specialty with no standards of training or recognition. In the early 20th century, therapy for sexual disorders was available on only a limited scale and only to a select part of the […]