ISSM “Ask The Experts” - Call for Proposals

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The International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) is launching a new initiative called the “Ask the Experts” program. These virtual sessions will allow attendees to hear from and converse with expert thought and opinion leaders and innovators in the field of Sexual Medicine and Sexual Health. Limited registration for these sessions will allow for intimate and informal conversation.

The program will cover all aspects of sexual medicine & health and will include a variety of world renowned experts providing in-depth insight in their specialty and best practices for Sexual Medicine specialists.

The ISSM Program Committee is seeking additional proposals for interactive Ask the Expert virtual sessions to fill out their 2021 schedule. If you have one in mind, please submit your proposal by June 15, 2021.

Click here to submit your proposal!

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