Sexual Medicine Reviews

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Edited By: Irwin Goldstein, MD

Online ISSN: 2050-0521

Associated Title(s): Sexual Medicine, The Journal of Sexual Medicine

Overview


Sexual Medicine Reviews is an official publication of the International Society for Sexual Medicine, commissioning thoughtful, systematic, and evidence-based reviews of the highest caliber on topics in sexual medicine, by authors who have deep experience and expertise in the area that they are reporting on. On a quarterly basis, the journal synthesizes clinical and translational research in the global field of sexual function and dysfunction in order to distill for the widest possible audience of healthcare practitioners the best available evidence in the field, with an emphasis on promoting knowledge translation in sexual health. These reviews are targeted at the sexual medicine investigator, practitioner, and student or resident; but also explicitly intended to appeal to and serve the needs of a broader audience of general and specialist healthcare providers that have an interest in sexual medicine or need an overview of a specific topic in sexual medicine.


Aims and Scope


An official publication of the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM), Sexual Medicine Reviews (SMR) commissions thoughtful, systematic, and evidence-based reviews of the highest caliber on topics in sexual medicine, by authors who have deep experience and expertise in the area that they are reporting on. On a quarterly basis, the journal synthesizes clinical and translational research in the global field of sexual function and dysfunction in order to distill for the widest possible audience of healthcare practitioners the best available evidence in the field, with an emphasis on promoting knowledge translation in sexual health.

The scope of Sexual Medicine Reviews represents the diversity of subjects that define sexual health and sexual medicine, from basic science to practical approaches to clinical dilemmas. The journal’s excellent, evidence-based reviews provide an objective examination of a timely topic in sexual health, from erectile dysfunction, andrology, behavioral therapy, female sexual health, men’s health, to the basic science background for these areas of study. SMR is targeted at the sexual medicine investigator, practitioner, and student or resident; but also explicitly intended to appeal to and serve the needs of a broader audience of general and specialist healthcare providers that have an interest in sexual medicine or need an overview of a specific topic in sexual medicine.

The gold journal of sexual medicine, Sexual Medicine Reviews serves as a sister journal to the ISSM’s two original research publications, to supplement and distill the works presented in those journals. Sexual Medicine Reviews’ focus on invited, evidence-based reviews distinguishes it from The Journal of Sexual Medicine, which will continue to publish high-impact original interdisciplinary clinical and basic research on issues of general interest to sexual medicine practitioners worldwide, and Sexual Medicine, an open access publication which publishes original clinical and basic research in sexual medicine, with an emphasis on papers relevant to specific populations of regional or specialty interest.


Readership


The readership of Sexual Medicine Reviews includes global healthcare professionals who study and/or treat sexual health concerns (including biologists, endocrinologists, family practitioners, gynecologists, internists, neurologists, physiologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, public health practitioners, sex therapists, urologists and other clinical practitioners), as well as general and specialist healthcare providers that have an interest in sexual medicine.

Keywords


urology, sexual, function, dysfunction, erectile, impotence, Sex steroid replacement, Vacuum devices, Oral vasoactive agents, Topical treatment, Psychotherapy, Sex Therapy, Group Therapy, Molecular biologic studies of sexual function, Pharmacologic studies in sexual function, Risk factors/co-morbidities, Iatrogenic sexual dysfunction, Priapism of clitoris, Persistent sexual arousal syndrome, Diabetes mellitus and sexual dysfunction, Chronic renal failure and sexual dysfunction, Spinal cord injury and sexual dysfunction, Blunt trauma and sexual dysfunction, Gynecologic cancer treatments and sexual dysfunction, Breast cancer treatments and sexual dysfunction, Childbirth and sexual function, Menopause and sexual function, Causes and treatment of orgasmic disorders, Vaginal reconstructive surgery, Sex steroid replacement, Vacuum devices, Oral vasoactive agents, Topical treatment, Intra-urethral and intracavernosal therapy, Penile prosthesis, Microvascular arterial bypass/Venous leak surgery, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, Sexual Aversion Disorder, Dyspareunia, Male Erectile Disorder, Male Orgasmic Disorder, Premature Ejaculation, Peyronie's disease of tunica albuginea, Priapism, Diabetes mellitus and sexual dysfunction Chronic renal failure and sexual dysfunction, Spinal cord injury and sexual dysfunction, Blunt trauma and sexual dysfunction, Pelvic cancer treatments and sexual dysfunction, Causes and treatment of ejaculatory/orgasmic disorders, Causes and treatment of sexual pain disorders, Gene modification and therapy, Genital lengthening/girth enhancement surgery, Education, Epidemiology, Basic Science, Psychology, Outcomes Assessment, Anatomy/Physiology, Intersex and Gender Identity Disorders, Sexual Orientation, Ejaculatory Disorders, Women’s Sexual Health, Men’s Sexual Health, Couple’s Sexual Dysfunctions, Pharmacotherapy, Peyronie’s Disease, Pain, Erectile Dysfunction, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, Dyspareunia, Pharmacotherapy for Sexual Dysfunction, Surgical Management of Sexual Dysfunction, Endocrinology, Oncology
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