Training in sexology for tertiary health care institutions (PLAYER NOT WORKING - TO BE FIXED)

Dr Woet L. Gianotten

An increasing amount of people stay alive after serious diseases, trauma or cancer. Examples are survivors of spinal cord injury, bone marrow transplantation, stroke, penis amputation, COPD or muscular disease. Scantily the awareness grows that sexuality and intimacy need to be addressed as important quality of life-aspects, since for at least half of the survivors these areas are disrupted.

 

 

 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: Zonww, The Netherlands Organisation For Health Research And Development
Sydney Australia, April 2007

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Dr Woet L. Gianotten

MD-Psychotherapist, Medical sexologist at the Centre for Physical Rehabilitation De Trappenberg, 'International Society for Sexuality and Cancer's (ISSC) Founding and Board member and Chairman of the Foundation 'Sexuality in disability and disease', The Netherlands.

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