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Clinical casebook: erectile dysfunction (1.5 CPD hours)

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Key questions on erectile dysfunction

Module summary

GP and clinical assistant in urology Dr Jonny Coxon answers questions from GP Dr Pam Brown on drug therapies, the role of low testosterone and how diabetes can influence this treatment

Learning objectives

This module will update you on key areas of erectile dysfunction, including:

  • What investigations to undertake on initial presentation
  • The role of testosterone in ED
  • The link between diabetes and ED
  • Which men should be considered for penile implants

Dr Jonny Coxon is a GP and clinical assistant in urology at the Brighton and Sussex Universities NHS Trust, and a specialist in sexual medicine at the Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital

Dr Pam Brown is a GP in Swansea

Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1.5 CPD hours
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
3 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Good module, worth pointing out that nocturnal penile tumescence testing is carried by some urology depts to determine if psychological or organinic.
Henry Knights

Brief and to the point
Ehab aziz
Useful overview.
Andrew Caley
very good-all
Amos Ramon
V good
Karen Graham