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Erectile dysfunction is a common condition affecting males but can be difficult to talk about. Know the risk factors and act early for better patient outcomes.

Primary care is the first point of contact for men with erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is a common condition affecting 6-64% of males aged 45-79. It can be associated with chronic disease including cardiovascular disease and diabetes and may be an early warning sign of these chronic diseases. ED is a treatable condition that can impact strongly on the well-being of men and their partners and benefits from a biopsychosocial approach.  

In this webinar:

Dr Michael Lowy will provide an overview of ED, including investigations, management, treatment, and referral pathways. He will be joined by Dr Vijay Ramanathan and other panelists to respond to a case presentation highlighting management options and referral pathways.

Participants in this webinar will be able to:

  1.  Communicate effectively with patients about erectile dysfunction.
  2.  Investigate patients presenting with erectile dysfunction to determine the most appropriate treatment pathways.
  3.  Refer to a multidisciplinary team.
  4.  Recognise the biopsychosocial factors affecting males with erectile dysfunction.

Audience

All health professionals

Webinar Series

This webinar is bought to you by Healthy Male. Other webinars in the series, covering a range of topics including ertectile dysfunction and continence, can be viewed here.

 

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