Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Use a standardized method to identify the underlying physiological and psychological factors that can influence female sexual dysfunction.
2. Diagnose and evaluate sexual dysfunction in accordance with current DSM-V and ACOG guidelines, or coordinate referral and follow-up with a trained specialist.
3. Analyze symptoms and conduct a thorough medical and sexual history to determine when sexual dysfunction may be a symptom of an underlying illness and recommend additional testing as necessary.
4. Develop collaborative care plans with patients for the treatment of sexual dysfunction; emphasizing patient education, treatment options, and coordination of care with a mental health or sexual dysfunction specialist as necessary.
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Belinda A. Vail, MD, FAAFP, Professor, Interim Chair, Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas, Kansas City
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