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Male Sexual Dysfunction

Location: Asynchronous online
Date: any time/date between July 1, 2023, and June 30, 2023
IOSS [provider #23-627-IOSS]

Core Knowledge Areas:
CKA: G, H, I, N, O 
STT: A, B, D

Contact: [email protected]
AASECT approved for 9 CE
(AASECT CE Credits 60 minutes = 1 CE Credit)

General Description

This course focuses on the biopsychosocial aspects of male sexual dysfunctions. It moves forward from the traditional view of function and pathology toward the variation of healthy sexuality as satisfactory for the individual. Evaluation of personal distress is the key point when considering intervention for a specific condition. It’s acknowledged that most of the content is related to cisgender heterosexual individuals and couples, as it reflects the current limitation in research on diverse populations. However, available evidence on LGBTQ+ sexuality is integrated. Participants will be instructed on assessment, diagnosis, main factors involved (predisposing, precipitating, maintaining), different patient profiles, and the latest treatment options. The program consists of 6 online asynchronous sessions on sexual history taking, desire disorders, erectile dysfunction (biological and psychological insights), and ejaculatory disorders. Each lecture comprehends the evidence from the most recent scientific literature and clinical examples. The course also includes a didactic interview with one of the main scientists on male ejaculation and orgasm physiology, which aims to translate research knowledge into management tips for clinical practice. 

Learning Objectives

The overall purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to:

  1. Recognize the most frequent clinical manifestations of sexual dysfunctions, distinguish the key aspects of the definitions, identify the risks and associated factors of sexual dysfunctions through a biopsychosocial perspective, and utilize their competence on the available treatment options through a patient-centered management approach.
  2. Receive a sound knowledge base on the main sexual dysfunctions, apply the integrated approach (medical and psychological) to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of sexual disorders, and enrich their clinical skills in differential diagnosis, clinical decision-making, and treatment planning with the experience of some leading experts.
AASECT Credits

The certificate of this course comes with 9 AASECT CE credits. Subscribe to IOSS (Annual Plan) if you want to claim your AASECT credits for free or purchase the course. Completing the course requires successfully passing the post-test with a grade of 80% or higher. If you receive a 79% or less score, you may retake the test until successful.  Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT certification. For further information, please contact [email protected].

AASECT does not assume, in any way, financial, legal, or any other liability for programs organized by IOSS. For any complaint about the course, please consult our grievance procedure.

Male Sexual Dysfunction: Evidence-Based Clinical Management


Sexual History Taking for Male Sexual Dysfunction

1h 20m


Male Desire Disorders

1h 30m


Biological Aspects of Erectile Dysfunction

1h 32m


Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction

1h 30m


Ejaculatory Disorders

1h 30m


Male Ejaculation and Orgasm: What a sexologist needs to know

1h 40m


18 MCQs

Evaluation form


Done! Find your AASECT CE certificate for the completed activity on your account page in one week

After completing this course, you will be able to

Lecturers of the bundle