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The Journal of Sexual Medicine is pleased to offer Continuing Medical Education activities as an on-going feature of the journal.

Program Objectives
Continuous participation in the Journal of Sexual Medicine Continuing Medical Education (CME) program will prepare the participant to more effectively:

  • Discuss the impact of gender and age on sexual function and dysfunction;
  • Evaluate sexual function as a risk factor for other diseases and conditions, and the impact of other conditions on the patient’s sexuality;
  • Communicate with the patient who potentially suffers from sexual dysfunction, including developing improved sexual history taking and patient-centered skills;
  • Accurately diagnose sexual dysfunction in both the male and female patient, and correctly differentiate between sexual dysfunction and short-term, or transient, alteration of sexual function;
  • Construct and implement treatment regimens and management strategies for both the male and female patient suffering from sexual dysfunction, incorporating pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic therapies;
  • Identify and manage the patient with problematic or deviant sexual behavior;
  • Manage abnormalities of sexual development and gender identity disorders;
  • Practice sexual medicine, in concert with existing legal and ethical standards;
  • Interpret the literature according to evidence-based principles;
  • Construct research and prepare sexual medicine-related scientific manuscripts.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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Surrogate Partner Therapy: Ethical Considerations in Sexual Medicine
February 2014 | Volume 11, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal-Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Managing the Difficult Penile Prosthesis Patient
April 2013 | Volume 10, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal-Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Dilemmas of Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Revision Surgery: What Practices Achieve the Best Outcomes and the Lowest Infection Rates?
October 2012 | Volume 9, Issue 10
Activity Type: Journal-Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Managing Pregnancy and Delivery in Women with Sexual Pain Disorders
July 2012 | Volume 9, Issue 7
Activity Type: Journal-Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Conversion of Low-Flow to High-Flow Priapism: A Case Report and Review
April 2012 | Volume 9, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal-Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
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