“Sexual medicine is the branch of medicine concerned with human sexuality and its disorders. Sexual medicine attempts to improve sexual health through the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of conditions or diseases that involve sexual function, sexual and/or partnership experience and behavior, gender identity, and sexual trauma and its consequences. Sexual medicine takes into account the individual and couple dimension as well as the knowledge and methods of medical, psychological, and social sciences. It recognizes that many of the conditions or disorders may be caused by other medical conditions and/or their treatment.”
(European Academy for Sexual Medicine)
The dates for the next Sexual Medicine Curriculum have been set (January 2012 – April 2013).
Location: University of Salzburg, Faculty of Law, Room 210 (Churfürststrasse 1 / 2nd Floor, 5020 Salzburg, Austria)