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This page gives information on conferences related to sexuality that were held between 2003 and Spring 2013. There are no conference listings for 2004. For archival conference listings for years 1996-2002, please click the appropriate link below.

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Past Conferences and Meetings

2013

January

24 - 27 January 6th Cuban Congress, of Education, Orientation, and Sexual Therapy. 2013 theme: "Sex Education in the Process of Social Transformation." For more information, email lhcot@infomed.sld.cu

February

8-10 February 2013 Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference. Ames, Iowa. Held at Iowa State University. Visit website at mblgtacc2013.org for updates.
28 February - 3 March 2013 ISSWSH, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

March

13 - 16 March 15th World Congress on Human Reproduction. Venezia, Italy.
Some sponsorships will be available. Please consult the Congress website for updated information.
15 - 19 March 28th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology (EAU). Milan, Italy. Conference website at eaumilan2013.org.

April

4 - 7 April

SSTAR 38th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD. 2013 theme is "Sex Therapy and Research in Transition: Advances and Developments." Conference preliminary program at http://www.sstarnet.org/images/uploads/files/Final50cba48f1.pdf. Presented by the Society for Sex Research and Therapy (SSTAR).

7 - 9 April YTH Live 2013. San Francisco, CA. 6th Annual conference on media, youth & sexual health. Presented by ISIS, Internet Sexuality information Services.

25 - 27 April

Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) 7th Annual Meeting. Weehawken, NJ.


May

4 - 8 May

108th Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA). San Diego, CA. For more information, please visit http://www.aua2013.org/.

22 - 25 MayFirst Global Conference on Contraception, Reproductive and Sexual Health. Copenhagen, Denmark. Presented by the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC).

27 - 31 May

35th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph.

30 May - 1 June1st World Congress on Pelvic Pain. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Check conference website at http://www.pelvicpain-meeting.com/ for updates.
31 May - 3 June14th Biennial Meeting of the Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine (APSSM). Kanazawa, Japan. Check conference website at http://www.apssm2013.com/ for updates.

June

5 - 9 June

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 45th Annual Conference. Miami, FL. 2013 theme: "Embracing the Sensuality of Diversity in Identities and Cultures." For more information, please visit http://www.aasectconference.org/.

13 - 15 June

12th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.

June TBA 21st World Congress for Sexual Health. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

August

28-31 August 9th Biennial Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS). Buenos Aires, Argentina. Theme: "Sex and the Marketplace: What's Love Got To Do With It?"

September

TBA September 3rd World Congress on Medical Sexology. Madrid, Spain.
Sponsored by the World Association for Medical Sexology
19-21 September 2nd Biennial meeting MESSM Middle East Soc for Sexual Medicine. Beirut, Lebanon.
21-24 September 21st World Congress for Sexual Health. Porto Alegre, Brazil. Deadline for Abstracts: May 28. Instructions for abstracts online at http://www.2013was.com/ingles/trabalhos/index.php

November

7 - 10 November Fall Meeting SMSNA Sexual Medicine Society of North America. New Orleans, LA, USA.
14 - 17 November SSSS Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.
The theme for 2013 is "Connections: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Sexuality."

2012

February

February Trans-Spectrum: The Third Bi-Annual Trans-Clinical Symposium. New York, NY. Presented by Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy (GLAP).
10 February 2012 Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference. Ames, Iowa. Held at Iowa State University. Visit website at mblgtacc2012.org for updates.
19 - 22 February International Society for the Study of Women's Health (ISSWSH) 2012 Annual Meeting. Jerusalem, Israel.
24 - 28 February 27th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology (EAU). Paris, France. Conference website at eauparis2012.org.

March

2 - 4 March Trans*Studies Conference. Ontario, CA. Check conference website at http://agreaa.wordpress.com/conference/ for updates. Organized by the Association for Gender Research, Education, Academic & Action (AGREAA).
12 - 16 March International Conference on Adolescent Sexual/Reproductive health and HIV/AIDS . Enugu, Nigeria. Check conference website at http://www.iss.nl/News/International-Conference-on-adolescent-sexual-reproductive-health-and-HIV-AIDS for updates.

29 - 31 March

SSTAR 37th Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2012 theme is "Sexual Well-Being: Crossroads of Culture, Psychology, and Physiology." Conference preliminary program at http://www.sstarnet.org/images/uploads/files/Save%204e6515d0c.pdf. Presented by the Society for Sex Research and Therapy (SSTAR).


April

1 - 3 April SexTech 2012. San Francisco, CA. Conference on media, youth & sexual health. Presented by ISIS, Internet Sexuality information Services.
19 - 22 April SSSS Western Region Conference. Los Angeles, CA. Information updated on the main SSSS website at http://www.sexscience.org/events/index.php?category_id=497
20 -22 April Sexual Cultures: Theory, Practice and Research.Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom. Check conference website at http://www.onscenity.org/conf1/ for updates. Key themes: Sex and technology, The regulation of sex, Working sex, Researching everyday sex. Organized by: Onscenity Network.
26 - 29 April 5th Multidisciplinary Sexual Dysfunction Conference. Queenstown, New Zealand. Check conference website at http://www.sexualdysfunctionconference2012.com/ for updates.

May

17 - 20 May SSSS Midcontinent & Eastern Regions Joint Conference. Bloomington, IN. Information updated on the main SSSS website at http://www.sexscience.org/events/index.php?category_id=497
17 - 20 May 8th European Feminist Research Conference: The Politics of Location Revisited: Gender@2012. Budapest, Hungary. Check conference website at http://www.8thfeministconference.org/ for updates.

19 - 23 May

107th Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA). Atlanta, GA. For more information, please visit http://www.aua2012.org/.

25 - 27 May

20th Conference of the German Society for Social Scientific Sexuality Research (DGSS). Munich, Germany. Theme: "Sexualities, Power, Pornography." Online registration available.

26 May Arab Women, Media and Sexuality. York, UK. This conference focuses on the interdisciplinary study of sexuality, media, and gender from an Arab perspective. Check conference website at http://awmsconference.wordpress.com/ for updates.

31 May - 1 June

34th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph.

31 May - 2 June

11th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.


June

6 - 10 June

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 44th Annual Conference. Austin, TX. 2012 theme: "Synergy! Innovation, Sexuality, Tradition." For more information, please visit http://www.aasect.org/Conference/index.html. Information online here.

7 - 9 June

Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) 6th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD. Held in partnership with the International Society for Gender Medicine. Call for proposals here.

15 - 17 June TG12 - Transgender Conference. Norwich, UK. Please visit www.transgender-advice.com for programme details (PDF) or contact TGconferences@transgender-advice.com.

18 - 29 June

CREGS Summer Institute on Sexuality. San Francisco, CA. Theme: Race, Sex, and Equity." More information on the NSRC website at http://cregs.sfsu.edu/summer_institute_2012_race_sex_and_equity. TWO-WEEK SESSION 1 and FOUR-WEEK SESSION- The Summer Institute includes two sessions of two weeks each, and one four-week session..

20 - 22 June

IGALA7: 7th International Gender and Language Association Conference. Sao Leopoldoo, Brazil. 2012 theme is: "*Resignifying Gender and Sexuality in Language and Discourse*"

20 - 23 June

12th Biennial Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC). Athens, Greece. 2012 theme: "Myths and Misconceptions vs Evidence on Contraception."

29 June - 13 July

11th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute on Sexuality. San Francisco, CA. Theme: Race, Sex, and Equity." More information on the NSRC website at http://nsrc.sfsu.edu/summer_institute_2012_race_sex_and_equity. TWO-WEEK SESSION 2.


July

4 - 7 July Queer People VI: Art & Lives, Studies in the History and Representation of Sexualities . Cambridge, UK. Check conference website at https://sites.google.com/site/queerpeopleconference/ for updates.
8 - 12
July
International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) 38th Annual Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.
22 - 27 July XIXth International Aids Conference: Aids 2012. Washington, DC, USA. Presented by the International AIDS Society. Visit conference website for details at www.aids2012.org.
23 July - 3 Aug 6th ESSM Oxford Sexual Medicine Course. St. Catherines College, Oxford, UK. Visit essm.org for more information.

August

1 - 3 August 1st Kenyatta University International Conference on Gender Based Violence. Nairobi, Kenya.
2 - 5 August 12th Asia-Oceania Congress of Sexology AOFS. Matsue, Japan. 2012 conference theme: "Promotion of Sexual Health in Asia-Oceania."
22 - 26 August 11th Asian Congress of Urology. Pattaya, Thailand. Presented by the Urological Association of Asia . Conference website at www.11thacu2012.org/.
26 - 30 August 15th World Meeting on Sexual Medicine. Chicago, IL, USA. Joint meeting of the International Society for Sexual Medicine and the Sexual Medicine Society of North America.

September

5 - 8 September 12th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sex Offenders (IATSO). Berlin, Germany. For details, please visit the conference website at http://www.iatso.org/Oslo/
19 - 22 September

5th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights. Cairo, Egypt. Sponsored by the World Association for Sexual Health and the African Federation for Sexual Health and Rights. NOTICE: postponed from original dates in February 2012.

20 - 22 September

11th European Federation of Sexology Biennial Congress. Madrid, Spain. Conference website: http://web.aimgroupinternational.com/2012/efs/. Email for information: efs2012@aimgroup.eu.

30 Sept - 2 Oct

12th International Symposium on Law, Genital Autonomy and Children's Rights. Helsinki, Filand. Legal & human rights aspects of male, female and intersex children. Sponsored by GenitalAutonomy.eu


October

4 - 7 October

34th NACS Conference Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology. Helsinki, Finland. Conference theme: "Pleasure and health by education, counselling & treatment."

9 - 10 October

9th Annual meeting IAMS International Academy for Medical Sexology. Medellin, Columbia.

10 - 13 October

16th Clases Congress Latin American Sexology and Sexual Education. Medellin, Columbia.

18 - 19 October

3rd Symposium on Cancer & Sexuality. Lyon, France. French-language conference, October 18. English-language conference, October 19. Presented by ISSC, the International Society for Sexuality and Cancer.

18 - 21 October

2012 Annual Fall Pelvic Pain Meeting IPPS (International Pelvic Pain Society). Chicago, IL. More information at pelvicpain.org.

26 - 28 October

Fall Course by the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH). Scottsdale, AZ.

26 - 28 October

1st Mediterranean Congress on Human Sexuality & Reproduction. Pafos, Cyprus.

29 - 31 October

2012 IGH Conference . Montreal, Canada.
2012 theme: Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research. Register online at http://www.genderandhealthconference.com.


November

8 - 10 November 3rd International Conference on Survivors of Rape Galway, Ireland.

8 - 11 November SSSS Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL.
The theme for 2012 is SEXUAL SCIENCE 2.0 - TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN SEXUALITY RESEARCH.

20 - 21 November First National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Check conference website at http://www.phaa.net.au/NSRHConference.php for updates. Organized by Public Health Association of Australia.

December

6 - 9 December 15th Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM). Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Visit the website at www.essm.org for details.

2011

February

10 - 13 February International Society for the Study of Women's Health (ISSWSH) 2011 Annual Meeting. Scottsdale, Arizona. Conference flyer available online.
25 February Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference. Ann Arbor, MI.

March

3 - 6 March SSSS Midcontinent & Eastern Regions Joint Conference. Philadephia, PA. Conference theme: "Sexual Communication in the Digital Age: Poke it, Tweet it, Sext it." Information updated on the main SSSS website at http://www.sexscience.org/events/index.php?category_id=497

31 March - 3 April

SSTAR 36th Annual Meeting. Palm Beach, Florida. Visit conference website for updates. Presented by the Society for Sex Research and Therapy (SSTAR).


April

7 - 9 April RCAP 2011 National Conference: HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies VII. Bloomington, Indiana. Presented by the Rural Center for AIDS/HIV Prevention (RCAP). Conference flyer available here.

14 - 16 April

SSSS Western Region Conference: 2011 Theme is "Revolutionary Sex"." San Francisco, CA. Conference info at http://sssswr.org/SF2011.html

24 April 30th Hysterectomy Conference. Presented by the Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services (HERS) Foundation. Please check website for conference updates at http://www.hersfoundation.com/conference.html.

27 April - 1 May

SexCon: American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 43rd Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. 2011 theme: "Dynamic. Interactive. Creative." For more information, please visit http://www.aasect.org/annualcon.asp.


May

14 - 19 May

106th Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA). Washington, DC. For more information, please visit http://www.aua2011.org/. DEADLINE for late-breaking abstracts: March 14, 2011. Online submission at http://submissions.miracd.com/aua2011/login.asp.


June

2 - 4 June

Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) 5th Annual Meeting. Oklahoma City, OK. Conference information also available on Facebook.

2 - 4 June

10th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.

12 - 16 June

20th World Congress for Sexual Health. Glasgow, Scotland. Presented by the World Association for Sexual Health. Early registration ends March 31, 2011.

17 - 19 June

Cancer Survivorship and Sexual Health Symposium. Washington, DC. Presented by the International Society for Sexual Medicine. CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Deadline March 1, 2011. Online submission at http://www.cancersurvivorsandsex.org/site/index.php?page=abstract-submission

20 June - 15 July

6th Japan-Asean Conference on Men's Health & Aging. Kemchoji, Kamakura, Japan. Theme: "Culture, Sex and Pleasure." More information on the conference website at http://www.japanasean-mh2011.net/. CALL FOR PAPERS: Deadline May 31st, 2011.


July

30 June - 3 July

10th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute on Sexuality. San Francisco, CA. Theme: "Culture, Sex and Pleasue." More information on the NSRC website at http://nsrc.sfsu.edu/education_and_training/summer_institute.

4 - 28 July The Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society. Held at the International School for Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiteit van Amsterdam. This highly specialised programme is for advanced students, primarily PhD and MA students in the socio-cultural sciences and professionals working for NGOs. An application form is available on the Institute's website.

6 - 9 July 8th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS). Madrid, Spain. Visit the conference website at www.iasscs.org/2011conference or contact 2011conference@iasscs.org for more information.
17 - 20 July 6TH International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Rome, Italy. Visit the conference website at www.ias2011.org for updated information.
25 - 31 July GLISA North American Outgames. Vancouver, BC, Canada. Thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender sports enthusiasts, cultural movers and shakers, activists, their families, friends and supporters gather for serious sport, serious culture and totally serious fun.
25 - 31 July Vancouver 2011 Outgames Human Rights Conference . Vancouver, BC, Canada. The Vancouver 2011 Conference will cross generational barriers and move LGBTQ human rights forward in North America. Conference sessions will include concurrent, plenary, panel, and interactive activities. The 2011 Conference will also feature the presentation of two LGBTQ Human Rights awards.

August

5 - 7 August 10th Annual Gender Odyssey Conference. Seattle Washington. Gender Odyssey is a conference for those interested in the thoughtful exploration of gender. Workshops and speakers. A companion family conference takes place simultaneously.
10 - 13 August International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) 37th Annual Conference. Los Angeles, CA, USA. Visit the IASR website for updates at www.iasr.org.

September

1 - 4 September BiCon 2011 - 29th National UK Bisexual Gathering. Leicester, UK. For more details, visit http://bicon2011.org.uk/. If you are interested in offering a session in 2011, or if you aren’t sure and would like to find out more, contact Natalya at sessions@bicon2011.org.uk Organization information available at http://bicon.org.uk.
3 - 5 September TG11 - Transgender Conference. University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk, UK. Programme detail, registration and contact information can be found online at http://www.transgender-advice.com.
8 - 11 September 11th Congress of the Latin American Society for Sexual Medicine (SLAMS). Buenos Aires, Argentina. Please check the congress website for updated information.
12 - 15 September 10th AIDSImpact Conference . Sante Fe, New Mexico. Details on submission at http://www.aidsimpact.com/2011/Academics/Abstracts/

October

2 - 5 October 8th Men´s Health World Congress 2011. Vienna, Austria. Check conference website at http://www.ismh.org/en/mens-health-world-congress/welcome/ for updates. Organized by: ISMH International Society of Men´s Health.
19 - 22 October 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights (APCRSHR) . Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Check conference website at http://www.apcrshr6.org for updates. The theme for 2011 is "Claiming Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Asian and Pacific Societies."
26 - 28 October 2nd Congress of the World Association of Medical Sexology (WAMS) . Vina del Mar, Chile. Check conference website at http://www.congresodesexologia.com/ for updates.

November

3 - 6 November SSSS Annual Meeting: "Coming Together: Integrating Sexuality Theory, Research, and Practice" Houston, TX. Preliminary program at http://www.sexscience.org/dashboard/articleImages/Preliminary%20Program%202011.pdf
9 - 11 November 6th Global Conference: The Erotic. Prague, Czech Republic. Check conference website at http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/at-the-interface/gender-and-sexuality/the-erotic/ for updates.
17 - 20 November 13th Biennial Meeting of the Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine (APSSM). Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Check conference website at http://www.apssm2011.com/ for updates.
30 November - 3 December 14th World Congress on Human Reproduction. Melbourne, Australia. Some sponsorships will be available. Please consult the Congress website for updated information.

December

1 - 4
December
14th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM). Milan, Italy. Visit the ESSM website for updates at www.essm.org. Program PDF
2 - 3 December Gender Cultures and Reality TV. Auckland, New Zealand. Check conference website at http://www.genderculturesandrealitytv.com/ for updates.
7 - 9 December The CFLE's National Sex Ed Conference. Somerset, NJ. Check conference website at http://www.SexEdConference.com for updates.
16 - 18 December First National Conference on Sexual Medicine. Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India . Check conference website at http://www.sexconf.com for updates. 2011 theme is " MIND TO MOLECULE." Organized by: Association of Sexuality Educators, Counsellors & Therapists (ASECT)

2010

February

9 - 12 February

4th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Sponsored by the World Association for Sexual Health and the African Federation for Sexual Health and Rights.

18 - 21 February

International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH) 2010 Annual Meeting. St. Petersburg, Florida. Visit http://isswsh.org/meetings for registration and hotel information.

20 - 21 February

2nd Annual Trans-Clinical Symposium . New York, NY. "LGBTQ in Translation: Clinical Dialogues Spanning the Transgender Spectrum." Organized by Gay & Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy (GLAP), a division of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy (ICP). More information and online registration at the conference website: glapnyc.org/conferences.html.


April

8 - 11 April

SSTAR 35th Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Visit conference website for updates. Presented by the Society for Sex Research and Therapy (SSTAR).

9 - 11 April

SSSS Western Region Conference: "Sexology Symposium in the Springtime Sun." Palm Springs, CA.

April 30 - May 1

2nd Biennial Conference of the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health (CPATH). Montreal, Canada. Conference & hotel details online at: http://www.cpath.ca/.


May

9-13 May

10th European Federation of Sexology Biennial Congress. Porto, Portugal. Theme: "Sexology Past, Present and Future: celebrating a Century of the Multidisciplinary Science of Sex." More details at the conference website at www.efs2010.com. Contact: tel + 39.06.330531 or e-mail efs2010@aimgroup.it.

22 - 23 May

19th Conference of the German Society for Social Scientific Sexuality Research (DGSS). Munich, Germany. Theme: "Sexualities and Environment." Online registration available.


June

June TBA

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 42nd Annual Conference. Pittsburch, PA. For more information, please visit http://www.aasect.org/annualcon.asp.

3 - 5 June

Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) 4th Annual Meeting. Ann Arbor, MI.

3 - 5 June

9th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.

21 - 23 June

32nd Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph.

23 June - 16 July

9th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute on Sexuality. San Francisco, CA. Theme: "Sexual Health and Healthy Sexuality: A Socio-Cultural Perspective."More information on the NSRC website at http://nsrc.sfsu.edu/education_and_training/summer_institute.

July

8 - 11 July 14th Annual Smart Marriages® Conference. Orlando, Florida. Sponsored by the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. 2010 presenter application and conference details available at http://www.smartmarriages.com/conferencedetails.html.
18 - 23 July 18th International Aids Conference: Aids 2010. Vienna, Austria. 2010 theme is "Right Here, Right Now." Presented by the International AIDS Society. Registration opens December 1, 2009. Visit conference website for details at www.aids2010.org.
25 - 28 July International Academy of Sex Research (IASR)36th Annual Conference. Prague, Czech Republic. Visit the IASR website for updates at www.iasr.org.

August

2 - 6 August 2nd International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Psychology Summer Institute. Ann Arbor, MI. Provides a unique venue for an intensive exchange of ideas among senior, junior and graduate student scholars located across LGBT psychology. Apply online to http://umichadmin.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bsJWbzjdNtvnrVy&SVID=Prod .
4 - 7 August 11th Asia-Oceania Conference for Sexology. Bali, Indoniesia. 2010 Theme is "Sexuality throughout the Life-Span." In conjunction with the 3rd National Congress of the Indonesian Association of Sexology.

September

1 - 4 September 11th Congress of the International Association for the Treatment of Sex Offenders (IATSO). Oslo, Norway. For details, please visit the conference website at http://www.iatso.org/Oslo/
3 - 5 September TG10 - Transgender Conference. Norwich, UK. Please visit www.transgender-advice.com for programme details and updates or contact TGconferences@transgender-advice.com.
26 - 30 September 14th World Meeting of the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM). Seoul, South Korea. More details forthcoming on the website at http://www.issm2010.info/.
29-30 September Sexualities IV. Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
The 8th Slovak Conference about Sexuality, Sexual Health and Sexual Education for Teachers and Educators will also be part of Sexualities IV. Organized by Comenius University, the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Academy of Sciences of The Czech Republic, and Robert Gordon University of Aberdeen. For more information, please contact sexualityIV@seznam.cz or mail to Mgr. Dorota Smetanová, Katedra sociálnej pedagogiky, Pedagogická fakulta Univerzity Komenského v Bratislave, Racianska 59, 813 34 Bratislava.

October

14 - 16 October Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology (NACS). Talinn, Finland. Topic: "Birth Death Sexuality".
21 - 23 October XV Congreso Latinoamericano de Sexología y Educación Sexual (CLASES) (Latin American Congress of Sexology and Sexual Education). Alicante, Spain.
28 - 30 October 16th International Congress of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology ISPOG. Venice, Italy. For more information on the conference, visit the conference website at http://www.ispog2010.com/.
28 - 30 October 7th World Congress on Men's Health: How to Overcome the Challenges?! Nice, France. For more information on the conference, visit the conference website at www.wcmh.info.

November

4 - 7 November SSSS Annual Meeting: "Sexual Science: What We Know and How We Know It." Las Vegas, USA. Preliminary program at http://www.sexscience.org/uploads/media/Preliminary_Program_2010_-_draft_1.pdf
6 - 7 November Queering the Countryside: New Directions in Rural Queer Studies. Bloomington, IN. This event will include a day-long public conference on Saturday, November 6th, and a series of concurrent writing workshops on Sunday morning in which selected participants will be given the opportunity to share their work-in-progress with visiting scholars and other symposium attendees.
10 - 13 November Fall Meeting of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) Miami Beach, FL. More information at http://www.smsna.org
14 - 17 November 13th Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM) Malaga, Spain. More information at http://www.essm-congress.org/
18 - 19 November

CFLE Annual Sex Ed Conference. Somerset, NJ. Sponsored by The Center for Family Life Education, a division of Planned Parenthood of Greater New Jersey, Inc.


2009

January

28 - 29 January

NSHAP Early Results Conference. Chicago, US. Presented by National Social Life Health and Aging Project. An NIA funded, competitive workshop to present findings on integrated health and aging research using the first wave of the NSHAP data.


February

13 - 15 February

2009 Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference. Bloomington, Indiana. The conference theme is “Living Out Loud: Examining the Past to Enhance Our Future.” Visit the conference websitefor more details at http://www.indiana.edu/~mblgta09/.


March

5 - 8 March

13th World Congress on Human Reproduction. Venice, Italy. Online registration available.


April

TBA April

Contested Innocence - Sexual Agency in Public and Private Space, IASSCS Annual Conference. Hanoi, Vietnam. Presented by the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture, and Society (IASSCS). More informationis available at the conference website: http://200.37.88.16/iasscsconf/index.aspx.

2 - 5 April

SSTAR 34th Annual Meeting, Society for Sex Therapy and Research. Arlington, VA. Registration information available online at http://www.sstarnet.org/annualmeeting.cfm. Earn up to 23 CEs or CMEs. Approved for Continuing Education Credits for LPC, LCSW, LMFT, AASECT, Psychologists and CME Credits for Physicians.

3 - 4 April

Gender Futures: Law, Critique and the Struggle for Something More. Westminster Law School, Little Titchfield Street, London, UK. Sponsored by the Research Centre for Law, Gender, and Sexuality. For more information, visit http://www.kent.ac.uk/clgs.

6 - 9 April

Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference: Gender, Sexuality and Law . Leicester, UK.

16 - 18 April

Rural Center for AIDS/HIV Prevention 2009 National Conference:
"HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies VI," Indiana University, Bloomington.Visit the website for registration details.


May

7 - 10
May

SSSS Western Region Meeting. Asilomar, CA. The conference theme is "Sexual Ontogeny – the development of sexuality throughout the lifespan."

13 - 17
May

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 41st Annual Conference. Glendale/Phoenix, AZ. Conference theme is "The Rhythm of Our Roots." For more information, please visit http://www.aasect.org/annualcon.asp. Conference program is available (pdf) at http://educator.widener.edu/~aasect/index.html.


June

4 - 6 June

Organization to Study Sex Differences (OSSD) 3rd Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON. Visit the OSSD website at http://www.ossdweb.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=64130&orgId=ossd.

5 - 7 June

SSSS Midcontinent & Eastern Regions Joint Conference. St. Petersburg, FL. Topic: The Business of Sex. Online registration available at https://www.sexscience.org/events/registration.php. Preliminary program available at http://sexscience.org/uploads/media/ER-MR_2009_Prelim_Program.pdf (PDF).

11 - 13 June

8th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.

15 - 17 June

31st Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The 2009 theme is "Positive approaches TO sexuality AND sexual health." Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph. Online registration available at http://www.open.uoguelph.ca/sexconf/. Contact: Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Ph. (519)767-5000, Fax: (519)767-1114, Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca

17 - 20 June

21st World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). Oslo, Norway. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health, WPATH (formerly known as HBIGDA), continues to enjoy bringing professionals from around the world together to discuss and learn about current research and changing trends in the field of transgender health. Information and Abstract / Presentation Submission Details at WPATH's website at http://www.wpath.org/symposium_info.cfm .

21 - 25 June

19th World Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) / 2nd World Congress for Sexual Health . Gotheburg, Sweden. Conference theme is "Sexual Health and Rights: A Global Challenge." See Congress website for updated information at http://www.sexo-goteborg-2009.com/..

22 June - 17 July

Race, Gender, and Sexuality: 8th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute on Sexuality. San Francisco, CA. This year’s summer institute will critically examine the cultural, social, psychological, and political implications of the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality. More information on the NSRC website at http://nsrc.sfsu.edu/education_and_training/summer_institute.


July

5 - 30 July

The Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society. Held at the International School for Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiteit van Amsterdam. The Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society was founded in 1995. It is an intensive four-week summer programme, which focuses on the study of sexuality across cultures and is taught by an international faculty team. Deadline for application is April 15, 2009.

6 - 12 July

13th Annual Smart Marriages/Happy Families Conference. Orlando, FL. Sponsored by the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Training workshops also offered. For more details, see the conference website at http://www.smartmarriages.com/conferencedetails.html.

10 - 11 July

The Practice of Sex Therapy. Denver, CO. Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. A two-day, 12-CE hour training focused on clinical applications of sexual dysfunction & disorder treatment. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.

10 - 13 July

3rd International Consultation on Sexual Medicine. Paris, France. For information, visit the website at http://icsm2009.meetingsevents.org/website/ or contact info@icsm2009.org.

19 - 22 July

5th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Cape Town, South Africa. Sponsored by the International Aids Society. Registration and information at www.ias2009.org.

25 July - 2 August

2nd World Outgames. Copenhagen, Denmark. Thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender sports enthusiasts, cultural movers and shakers, activists, their families, friends and supporters will gather in the Danish capitol for 9 absolutely fabulous days of serious sport, serious culture and totally serious fun. Registration opens April 20, 2008. Event details available here.

27 - 29 July

The Copenhagen 2nd LGBT Human Rights Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. Over 1000 delegates are expected to participate. See conference website for details. Conference registration opens April 20, 2008 and includes registration for the 2009 World Outgames.

August

7 - 8 August

The Practice of Sex Therapy (Part 2). Greater LA, CA. Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. A two-day, 12-CE hour training focused on clinical applications of sexual dysfunction & disorder treatment. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.

19 - 22
August

International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) 35th Annual Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Prospectus and Invitation to Exhibit/Sponsor available (PDF).

20 - 23 August

BiCon 2009 - 27th National UK Bisexual Gathering. Worcester University, UK. For more details, visit http://www.bicon2009.org.uk/.

27 - 30 August

10th Congress of the Latin American Society for Sexual Medicine (SLAMS). Florianopolis, Brazil.. For information, see the conference website at http://www.slams2009.org/.


September

3 - 4 September

2nd European Congress on the Aging Male. Budapest, Hungary.. For more information, visit the conference website at http://www2.kenes.com/aging/pages/home.aspx.

4 - 5
September

The Practice of Sex Therapy. Chicago, IL . Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. A two-day, 12-CE hour training focused on clinical applications of sexual dysfunction & disorder treatment. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.

4 - 6
September

TG09 - Transgender Conference. University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk, UK. Programme details can be found online at http://www.transgender-advice.com/conferenceprogramme.html. Registration and contact information at http://www.transgender-advice.com/tg09contact.html.

5 - 7 September

7th Annual Gender Odyssey. Seattle, WA. An international conference focused on the thoughtful exploration of gender, which strives to create an empowering environment where people of all genders can share their experiences and learn from the experiences of others. 75+ workshops. More information online at www.genderodyssey.org.

22 - 25 September

AIDS Impact 2009. Gabarone, Botswana. Conference and registration information online at http://www.aidsimpact.com/2009/.

23 - 26 September

2009 Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) National Conference. San Diego, CA. 2009 Theme is "Integrity and Integration: Creating a Culture of Health Sexuality." Conference brochure available online (PDF) at http://sash.net/images//2009_sash_brochure.pdf.

25 September

SSTAR 2009 Fall Clinical Meeting. New York, NY. This meeting is designed for practicing sex therapists, psychologists, physicians, advanced practice nurses, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, other health care professionals, and researchers seeking state-of-the-art information on the rapidly evolving field of human sexuality. Find conference details on the conference home page: http://sstarnet.org/upcomingMeetings.cfm.

29 September - 1 October

7th Biennial Congress of Africa Gulf Society For Sexual Medicine. Zanzibar, Tanzania. Visit the conference website at http://www.agssm.net/Welcome%20Message.htm.

October

9 - 10
October

The Practice of Sex Therapy. Houston, TX . Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. A two-day, 12-CE hour training focused on clinical applications of sexual dysfunction & disorder treatment. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.

9 - 11
October

6th World Congress on Men & Gender. Vienna, Austria . Presented by the International Society of Men´s Health & Gender. The 2009 theme is "Why Men Die Earlier and Suffer More." The conference program includes urology, oncology, cardiology, endocrinology, occupational medicine, psychiatry and others. Approximately 1000 attendees.

29 October

CFLE Annual Sex Ed Conference. Somerset, NJ. Sponsored by The Center for Family Life Education, a division of Planned Parenthood of Greater New Jersey, Inc.


November

TBA

28th Hysterectomy Conference. Presented by the Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services (HERS) Foundation. Please check website for conference updates at http://www.hersfoundation.com/conference.html.

5 - 8 November

52nd SSSS Annual Meeting: Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context. Puerta Vallarta, Mexico. For more information,visit http://www.sexscience.org.

13 - 14
November

The Practice of Sex Therapy. Tampa, FL. Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. A two-day, 12-CE hour training focused on clinical applications of sexual dysfunction & disorder treatment. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.

14 - 16 November

12th Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM). Lyon, France. Conference details available online at http://www.essm-congress.org/.

20 - 22 November

Fall Meeting of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA). San Diego, CA. Conference details on the website at http://www.smsna.org/.


December

12 - 15 December

12th Meeting of the Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine (APSSM). Singapore. Jointly hosted by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, National University of Singapore and the Singapore Urological Association. More information available on the website at: http://www.apssm2009.com/.


2008

February

21 - 24 Feb

2008 Annual Meeting of ISSWSH, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, San Diego, CA. Conference details can be found at http://isswsh.org/meetings/2008/agenda.aspx.

21 - 24 Feb

6th World Congress on the Aging Male, International Society for the Study of the Aging Male (ISSAM), Tampa, FL. Conference information can be found online at: http://www.kenes.com/aging-congress/.


March

4 - 5 March

¿Del otro la'o? Perspectives About Queer Sexualities. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. For more details, see conference announcement (PDF) or contact Lisette Rolon Colazzo at (787) 614-7600 or Nestor Rodriguez at (787) 313-4463.

10 - 13 March

Second Global Conference on Persons, Intimacy and Love: Probing the Boundaries. Salzburg, Austria. For more details, visit: http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ptb/persons/pil/pil2/cfp.html.

13 - 16 March

33rd Annual Meeting of The Society For Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). Chicago, IL. Conference theme is "Sexual Disorders: Latest Research and Effective Treatment." Program and registration informationis available at www.sstarnet.org.

26 - 29 March

20th International Family Therapy Association World Congress. Porto, Portugal. The conference theme is "Transformation and Globalizations: Family Therapy in the 21st Century."  For more information, visit the conference website at http://www.paragon-conventions.com/ifta2008/.

28 March

Human Sexuality: Across the Lifespan and Cultures. Asheville, NC. Co-sponsored by the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) and the School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For details and online registration, visit the conference website at http://www.mahec.net/calendar/detail.aspx?eid=1634059&parentID=0

28 - 30 March

International Conference on Couple, Child and Family Therapy. Salt Lake City, UT. Sponsored by the Salt Lake City chapter of the International Psychotherapy Institute. The theme of the 2008 conference is "Encountering the Slippery Slope in Psychoanalytic Family Therapy." For more information, contact info@theipi.org or visit the conference website at http://ipislc.home.comcast.net/Pages/conferences/couplechildfamily.html.

April

3 - 4 April Sexing the Look: A Regional Interdisciplinary Conference on the Impact of Sexualized Imagery in Popular Visual Culture. St. Louis, MI. For details and to register, visit http://www.umsl.edu/divisions/conted/arts-sciences/conferences/sexingthelook/index.html.
10 - 13 April SSSS 2008 Western Region Conference. San Diego, CA. The conference theme is "Sexual Healing: Self and Society." Conference information may be found online at www.sssswr.org. For more information, contact Program Co-Chair Janice Epp, PhD at drjanice@aol.com.
11 - 12 April RACE, SEX, POWER: New Movements in Black & Latina/o Sexualities. University of Illinois, Chicago. For more information, contact Darrell Moore at RACESEXPOWER2008@DEPAUL.EDU.

13 - 17 April

9th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology, Rome. The 2008 theme is "Therapy, Prevention and Promotion of Sexual Well-being." For more details, visit the conference website at www.efs2008.com. Group packages are available.


May

15 - 17 May

SSSS Midcontinent & Eastern Regions Joint Conference. Cleveland, OH. Topic: Sexuality & Health. For more information, please contact sssscleveland@yahoo.com. Online registration available at https://www.sexscience.org/events/registration.php. Preliminary program available at http://www.sexscience.org/uploads/media/SSSS_2008-MR-ER-_Program_v5.pdf (PDF).

29 - 31 May

7th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. The 2008 theme is "Honoring Our Past: Envisioning Our Future." For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org.


June

4 - 6 June

Organization to Study Sex Differences (OSSD) 2nd Annual Meeting. New Orleans, USA. Visit the OSSD website at http://www.ossdweb.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=56722.

9 - 11 June

30th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The 2008 theme is "Enhancing Sexual Health in a Rapidly Changing World." Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph. Online registration available at http://www.open.uoguelph.ca/sexconf/. Contact: Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Ph. (519)767-5000, Fax: (519)767-1114, Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca

25 - 29 June

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) 40th Annual Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. Conference theme is "The Rhythm of Our Roots." For more information, please visit http://www.aasect.org/annualcon.asp.


July

2 - 5 July

12th Annual Smart Marriages/Happy Families Conference. San Francisco, California. Sponsored by the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Training workshops also offered. For more details, see the conference website at http://www.smartmarriages.com/conferencedetails.html.

4 July

Genital Cutting in a Globalized Age: A Forum for Interdiscipinary Debate. London,UK. Sponsored by BJU International. The conference will provide a unique opportunity for practitioners, researchers and scholars to harness interdisciplinary collaboration, in order to improve the accuracy, sophistication and impact of scientific research, discursive analysis, and professional practice relating to all forms of genital cutting. Printable PDF flyer at http://www.iainmorland.net/docs/GCGA-flyer.pdf. Online registration at http://www.iainmorland.net/docs/GCGA-registration.pdf.

7 - 25 July

Sexuality, Education, and Politics: 7th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute (Track 1). San Francisco, CA. Track 1 will introduce sexuality theories and methodologies and is geared towards undergraduate participants and professionals new to the field. For more information, please consult the website: http://nsrccrm.sfsu.edu/modules/civicrm/extern/url.php?q=96844&u=422

14 July - 1 August

Sexuality, Education, and Politics: 7th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC) Summer Institute (Track 2). San Francisco, CA. Track 2 is designed for advanced sexuality scholars and researchers currently pursuing graduate, post-graduate and professional degrees. For more information, please consult the website: http://nsrccrm.sfsu.edu/modules/civicrm/extern/url.php?q=96844&u=422

25 - 26 July

The Practice of Sex Therapy. Seattle, WA. Presented by the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute. This seminar is designed for healthcare professionals includign psychotherapists, pyschologists, physicians, nurse practitioners, and postgraduate students. For more information, call Larry Siegel (561) 254-4237 or Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 or email to drsusanlee@mac.com.


September

3 - 6 September

Bridge the Gender Gap. Malmö, Sweden. Sponsored by the Swedish Association of Medical Women. A conference to discuss sex and gender issues in different areas of medicine. Online registration and program information can be found at the conference website at http://www.malmokongressbyra.se/kongress/html/FMPro?-db=w_pub_pages&-lay=cgi_left&-token=803&-format=index.html&-view.

8 - 10 September

The Natural and the Normal in the History of Sexuality. Monash University, Prato, Italy. Sponsored by Centre for the History of European Discourses, University of Queensland, Australia, and Centre for Interdisciplinary Study of Sexuality and Gender in Europe, University of Exeter, UK. For more information, see the website at http://www.ched.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=71219&pid=38992 or contact Peter Cryle (CHED) or Lisa Downing (CISSGE).

12 - 14 September

3rd International Congress of Gender Medicine. Stockholm, Sweden. Visit website at http://www1.stocon.se/gendermedicine/9/58498.asp to register or submit abstract.

30 September - 1 October

2nd International Scientific Conference: Sexualities II. Nitra, Slovak Republic. Presented by the Faculty of Arts, Constantine the Philosopher University. Conference information available here. Email dmarkova@mati.sk for more information.


October

14 - 17 October

14th Latin American Congress on Sexology and Sex Education. Guayaquil, Ecuador. Sponsored by the Federacíon Latinoamericana de Sociedad de Sexología y Educacíon Sexual (FLASSES) and presented in conjunction with the 6th Congreso Ecuatoriano de Sexologia y Education Sexual. Conference details can be found at http://www.clases2008guayaquil.com/.

16 - 20 October

10th Asia-Oceania Conference for Sexology: Sexual Health and Harmony . Beijing, China. Sponsored by the Asia-Oceanian Federation for Sexology (AOFS). Conference details can be found online at http://www.sexo-beijing.com/yw.


November

5-9 November

51st SSSS Annual Meeting: The Cultural Dimensions of Sexuality . San Juan, Puerto Rico. For more information,visit http://www.sexscience.org.

7-9 November

18th Annual DGSS Conference on Social Scientific Sexuality Research. Munich, German. This year's theme is "Sexuality and the Media." Register online at www.sexologie.org/kongress2008.htm. Presentations will be given in English on either two or three days. Download conference program (PDF format) here >>.

13 November

2008 CFLE Sex Ed Conference. Somerset, NJ. Hosted by the Center for Family Life Education, Planned Parenthood of Greater New Jersey. The conference will feature a plenary titled “GAMES, GAMES, GAMES!!!” which will teach how to use a variety game strategies to teach sex ed. Conference details and full workshop descriptions available at: http://www.ppgnnj.org/jforms/2008conflyer.pdf

12 - 15 November

Finding Common Ground in Human Sexuality and Other Adolescent Health Issues. American School Health Association 82nd School Health Conference, Tampa, FL. A multi-disciplinary conference for teachers, educators, government officials, health providers, and university professors/students. For more information, visit the conference website at http://www.ashaweb.org/annual_conferences.html.

27 - 30 November

11th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility (COGI) . Paris, France. For more information, see conference website at http://www.comtecmed.com/cogi/paris/.

28 - 29 November

Sex/ualities In and Out of Time Conference. Edinburgh, UK. For more information, see conference website at http://www.sexualitiesconference.co.uk/.

December

4 - 6 December

Second Congress of the Asia-Pacific Council on Contraception (APCOC). Macau, China. 2008 theme is "Contraception for all: how, why, what and when." Find more details online at the conference website: http://www.comtecmed.com/apcoc/2008/.

7 - 11 December

Joint Congress of European and International Societies for Sexual Medicine. Brussels, Belgium. Find congress updates at http://www.issmessm2008.info/.


2007

January

4-6 January

First International Congress on Lifespan Sexuality Education, Hyderabad, India. For more information and to register, email dr@drswayam.com or visit http://www.ficlse.com/html/about-us.html.

5-6 January

Encountering Human Rights: Gender/Sexuality, Activism and the Promise of Law, University of Westminster, London, UK. This event is jointly sponsored by the AHRC Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality, and by Liberty. For more information, visit http://www.kent.ac.uk/clgs/events/genderHR/index.htm or email GenderHumanRights@kent.ac.uk.


February

1-3 February

New England Gender Conference: For Therapists and Health Care Providers, Smith College, Northhampton, MA. Co-sponsored by The Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA), Lisette Lahana, LICSW and the UMass Stonewall Center. Visit http://www.LisetteLahana.com/register.html to register. For the conference home page and a detailed program, visit http://www.LisetteLahana.com/newenglandgenderconference2007.html.

22-25 February

2007 Annual Meeting of ISSWSH, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, Orlando, Florida. Registration and program details available at http://www.isswsh.org/meetings/2007/default.aspx.


March

8-11 March

The 2nd World Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine and Aging: The Endocrine Impact, Rome Italy. Under the auspices of The Academy for Gender Specific Medicine and Aging. Visit http:\\www.gendermedicine.com for a preliminary program and to sign up for email updates.

8-11 March

32nd Annual Meeting of The Society For Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). Atlanta, GA. See details and register at http://www.sstarnet.org/2007Meeting.cfm. View the preliminary program at http://www.sstarnet.org/download/SSTARProgram07.pdf.

20-22 March

First Global Conference on Persons, Intimacy and Love: Probing the Boundaries. Salzburg, Austria. For more details, visit: http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ptb/persons/pil/pil1/cfp.htm.

22-25 March

9th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility (COGI) . Barcelona, Spain. Conference program available as PDF here: http://www.comtecmed.com/COGI/COGI9/Uploads/assets/cogi_barcelona.pdf. For more information, fill out online information form at: https://www.eventact.com/comtec/cogi07i/

April

5-7 April

Rural Center for AIDS/HIV Prevention National Conference:
"HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies V," Indiana University, Bloomington. For more information, consult the conference brochure on the RCAP website http://www.indiana.edu/~aids/app_health.pdf

5-7 April

6th Annual Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Mazzoni Center. This conference focuses on the specific issues, needs, and experiences of trans and gender-variant people. The 2007 theme is "Educate, Empower, Embrace." . For details, visit http://www.trans-health.org/node/17.

9-11 April

The University Consortium for Sexuality Research and Training (UCSRT), Inaugural Conference, The Kinsey Institute, Bloomington, Indiana. The theme for the conference is "The Future of Sexuality Research: Methodological to Social Policy Innovations." The conference is co-sponsored by The Kinsey Institute and The National Sexuality Resource Center. For complete details about the conference, click here.

15-19 April

XVIII World Congress of Sexology / 1st World Congress for Sexual Health. Sydney, Australia. Under the auspices of the World Association for Sexology. The theme for the 2007 conference is "Achieving Health, Pleasure and Respect." For more information, visit www.sexo-sydney-2007.com.

26-28 April

Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality in the Archive. Brisbane, Australia. Sponsored by the Centre for the History of European Discourses, University of Queensland. For conference themes, contact the conference organizers, or visit http://www.ched.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=50549.


June

2-3 June

2nd International Congress of Gender Medicine, Vienna, Austria. Sponsored by the International and Austrian Society of Gender Medicine. An international group of experts in this field provide the audience with an overview of the latest scientific data and information on all the sub-specialities of medicine. For more information, visit the Congress website at www.gendercongess.com or email the organizers at office@gendercongress.com.

16-17 June

TG07 - Transgender Conference. University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk, UK. Registration details can be found online at http://www.transgender.me.uk/booking_for_transgender_2007.htm
or contact the conference organisers by phone: 01508 492551 or by email (barbarazara@aol.com).

18-20 June

29th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The
2007 theme is "Human Rights and Sexual Health: Implications for Education and Service." Sponsored by the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph. Contact: Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Ph. (519)767-5000, Fax: (519)767-1114, Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca

21-24 June

The 39th AASECT Annual Conference. Charlotte, NC. The theme for 2007 is "The Soul of Sexuality: Exploring the Depth & Dimensions of Pleasure". Visit www.aasect.org/annualcon.asp often for more information.

27-29 June

IASSCS Bi-Annual Conference: Dis/organized Pleasures – Changing Bodies, Rights and Culture, Lima, Peru. More information available at the conference website at http://www.iasscs.org/2007conference/general_information.htm.

28 June - 1 July

11th Annual Smart Marriages/Happy Families Conference. Reno, Nevada. Sponsored by the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Training workshops also offered. For more details, see the conference website at http://www.smartmarriages.com/conferencedetails.html.


July

1-4 July

AIDS Impact 2007. Marseilles, France. For more information, visit http://www.aidsimpact.com/2007/.

1-26 July

The Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society. Held at the International School for Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiteit van Amsterdam. The Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society was founded in 1995. It is an intensive four-week summer programme, which focuses on the study of sexuality across cultures and is taught by an international faculty team. Deadline for application is April 15, 2007. Online application form here.

9-11 July

Gender Unbound: An international, inter-disciplinary conference in the area of law, gender, and sexuality. Keele University, Staffordshire, UK. Sponsored by the Research Centre for Law, Gender, and Sexuality. For more information, visit http://www.kent.ac.uk/clgs/events/genderunbound.htm.

22-25 July

The 4th IAS HIV Pathenogenesis, Treatment and Prevention Conference. Sydney, Australia. Sponsored by the International AIDS Society. For more information, visit http://www.ias2007.org/.

22 July

Satellite Symposium: "HIV/TB Co-Infection: Meeting the Challenge." 12:30 - 14:30 pm. Presented by The Forum for Collaborative HIV Research in tandem with the 4th IAS HIV Conference (see listing above). For more information, visit http://www.hivforum.org or the IAS conference website at http://www.ias2007.org/.


August

2-4 August

The 2007 First International Congress of the Unidad de Post-Grado Facultad de Letras y Ciencias Humanas, Miraflores, Lima, Peru. The theme is "The de-marginalization of literary and linguistic trends in Latin America." Main themes for the conference will focus on literature of the old and new left; women's studies issues; gay, lesbian, and queer studies; language contact and de-marginalization. Complete conference information is available at http://www.inkanations.org/congreso_2007.html

2-7 August

Queeruption 10. Vancouver, B.C. Queeruption is a free DiY radical queer gathering that has so far happened in London, New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Amsterdam, Sydney and Barcelona. Every Queeruption is a little different from the last one, shaped by the people who plan it and the community that makes it happen. For more details as they are announced, visit http://www.queeruption.org.

8-12 August

Annual Meeting of International Academy of Sex Research (IASR). Vancouver, B.C. Preliminary conference information available online at http://www.iasr.org/meeting/2007/preliminary_program.pdf (PDF) or http://www.iasr.org/meeting/2007/preliminary_program.doc (Word).

10-16 August

The 5th China International Congress of Sexology. Lhasa, Tibet, China. Organized by The Sexual Education Association of Western China, the Sichuan Reproductive Health Institute, the Medical College of Tibet University, the Lugu Lake Institute of Matriarch Culture of Mosuo People, and the Sexology Institute of Oriental Minorities. For more information, visit http://www.lugu-lake.com/en/index1.htm. Call for Proposals: Varous modes of presentation are welcomed. Deadline for submissions is May 31, 2007. Visit http://www.lugu-lake.com/en/009.htm for more details.

16-20 August

BiCon 2007 - 25th National UK Bisexual Gathering . Glamorgan University, Wales, UK. To sign up for more details as they are announced, visit http://www.bicon2007.org.uk/bicon/.

17 August

Sex and Love: Treating Couples with Sexual Problems: Workshop #131. San Francisco, CA. (Workshop is part of conference programming at APA National Conference.) This INTERMEDIATE workshop will provide a definition of healthy sexuality and describe behavioral manifestations of love. For more information, please visit APA workshop page here.


September

31 August - 3 Sept

Gender Odyssey FTM 2007. Seattle, Washington. Serving the international transgender FTM (female bodied/male identified) community. Featuring workshops, art show. Scholarships available. For more details, visit http://www.transconference.org/details/registration/index.htm.

7 September

SSTAR 2007 Fall Clinical Meeting. New York, NY. This meeting is designed for practicing sex therapists, psychologists, physicians, advanced practice nurses, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, other health care professionals, and researchers seeking state-of-the-art information on the rapidly evolving field of human sexuality. Find conference details on the conference home page: http://www.sstarnet.org/2007FallMeeting.cfm.

27 -29 September

2007 Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) National Conference. Las Vegas, NV. 20th Anniversary meeting. Find conference details on the conference home page: http://sash.net/content/view/14/28/


October

5 October

3rd Annual Women’s Sexual Health Conference: Reclaiming Healthy Intimacy, Passion & Pleasure. New York, New York. Presented by The Women’s Sexual Health Foundation and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Conference information available online at http://www.twshf.org/pdf/reclaimingConferenceFlyer.pdf or https://www.dnasequencing.hs.columbia.edu/surgery_register/cumc/cme/ surg_prog.asp?TheNewcourseID=97

22 October

Inaugural Indiana Sexual Health Summit. Indiana University, Bloomington. The first meeting of its kind in Indiana, it will bring together leaders from academic, community, corporate, government, philanthropic, and religious institutions from across the state to debate and discuss strategies to improve sexual health in Indiana. For more details, and to register online, visit http://www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu/summit.html

25-28 October

MaleSurvivor 2007 International Conference, "Relief, Recovery and Restoration: Helping Men Heal from Sexual Abuse."  New York, New York.  Our conference is intended for male survivors and their loved ones; clinical and social service professionals; lawyers, law enforcement professionals & legal advocates; and researchers, educators & students.  For additional information, please visit our website at http://www.malesurvivor.org/ or contact our conference coordinator at admin@malesurvivor.org.


November

1 November

SEX ED 101: The Basics and Beyond . Somerset, NJ. Presented by The Center For Family Life Education. Pre-registration fee $100 before September 30th. Plenary session and workshops. Conference program now available online at http://tinyurl.com/223z3z

2 - 3 November

The HERS Foundation's Twenty-Sixth Hysterectomy Conference. Pasadena, CA. Information and registration links available online at the conference website: http://www.hersfoundation.com/conference.html

7-11 November

SSSS 50th Anniversary: Honoring Our Past and Envisioning Our Future. Indianapolis, Indiana. Presented in cooperation with the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. Conference information available online at www.sexscience.org.

8-11 November

2nd Annual Asia-Pacific Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Infertility. Shanghai, China. Conference information available online at http://www.comtecmed.com/cogi/china/.


December

2-5 December

5th National HIV Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA. Convened by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and dozens of other public, private and government agencies. For more information about the conference please visit the conference website: www.2007NHPC.org or call the conference hotline at: 800.772.8232. or via email at: info@2007NHPC.org.

 


2006

February

23-26 Feb

The 1st World Congress on GENDER-SPECIFIC MEDICINE - Men, Women and Medicine: "A new view of the biology of sex/gender differences and aging." Berlin, Germany. Full conference details and abstract submission can be found at: http://www.gendermedicine.com You may also contact the Congress Secretary for more information at: geneder@gendermedicine.com or COMTEC INTERNATIONAL, Kaiserdamm 110, D-14057 Berlin, Germany Tel: +49-3030128400, Fax: +49-3030128138


March

9-12
March

2006 Annual Meeting of ISSWSH, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, Lisbon, Portugal

16-19 March

2006 Annual Meeting of The Society For Sex Therapy and
Research (SSTAR).
Philadelphia.

March 31-
April 1

"Global Feminisms: The Role of Women in Building States and Societies," Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Conference panelists include scholars from Croatia, India, Kenya, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, and the U.S. The conference is free and open to the public. For additional information contact Donna Kepley at dkepley@artsci.wustl.edu or Mary Ann Dzuback at madzuback@wustl.edu or visit http://ascc.artsci.wustl.edu/~women/wgsconference.htm.

April

6-9 April

The Joys of Sexuality: Positive Meanings in Diverse Contexts, SSSS Western Region Conference
Crowne
Plaza Redondo Beach, California
Call for papers


May

2-6 May

Embracing Our Traditions, Values, and Teachings: Native Peoples of North America HIV/AIDS Conference. Anchorage, Alaska. For more information, visit www.embracingourtraditions.org or contact embracingourtraditions@s-3.com. Interested parties are invited to submit abstracts by September 6 at http://embracingourtraditions.org/abstracts.


June

4-8 June

8th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Held in Prague, Czech Republic. Deadline for abstract submission is February 15, 2006, and submissions can be sent via www.efs2006.cz.

22-24 June

Ier. Congreso Centroamericano de Sexualidad Humana. San Jose, Costa Rica. For more information, contact Msc. Margarita Murillo G. at www.sexoamoryvida.com or Dr. Eduardo Ruiz Munguia at www.saludfamiliarcr.com

27 June-
1 July

38th Annual AASECT Conference

Gumbo Sexualité UPRIVER: Spicing Up Education and Therapy. Hyatt Regency, St. Louis. American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors & Therapists (AASECT). Contact: AASECT P.O.Box 1960, Ashland, VA 23005-1960, Tel 804.752.0026, Fax 804.752.0056 aasect@aasect.org


July

10-28 July

5th Annual National Sexuality Resource Center Summer Institute on Sexuality, Society, & Health. San Francisco, CA. 2006 Theme: Rethinking Young People's Sexuality and Reproductive Health. For more information, visit the conference site, or contact Jennifer Feeney, Summer Institute & Education Coordinator via email at nsrc_si@sfsu.edu or via phone at (415) 437-5113.

16-21 July

AASECT Summer Institute. Richmond, VA. The week-long course (July 16-21) will offer 40 CEs toward certification by AASECT in any category - sexuality educator, counselor or therapist. Featured faculty include Dr. Peggy Kleinplatz, Dr. Frank Goldstein, Dr. Daphne Rankin, Steve Wales and Dr. Daniel Watter. For more information, contact Steve Wales at SteveW@phx-interfaith.org or Tayloe Moore at TMoore@aasect.org or call 804-752-0026.The deadline to apply is April 12 and the application is available to download here.

26-29 July

Summer Training Institute: Making Evidence-Based Programs Work. San Jose, CA. Participants will acquire in-depth, skills-based training from experts in the field and the developers of four popular prevention programs for teens:  Reducing the Risk (RTR), Becoming a Responsible Teen (BART); Keepin' It REAL; and TimeWise. For more information, visit the conference site, call 1-(800) 966-6320, or send an email to summerinstitute@etr.org.


September

17-21 September

12th World Congress of the International Society for Sexual Medicine Held in Cairo, Egypt. The Scientific Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for oral, poster, and video presentations. Additional conference information can be found at www.issm2006.info


October

19-21 October

The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health's 17th Annual National Conference: Creating a Culture of Healthy Sexuality: Education and Enrichment. Chicago, IL. The For more information visit the conference site, call (770) 541.9912, or send an email to: sash@sash.net

28 October

The Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services (HERS) Foundation's Twenty-Fifth Hysterectomy conference will be held on October 28, 2006 in Nashville TN. For more information and registration please visit http://www.hersfoundation.com/conference.html or contact HERS at
888.750.HERS. This all day conference is open to the public and will be of interest to anyone with a personal or professional interest in hysterectomy and how removal of women's sex organ's affects sexual response and sexuality.


November

1-4 November

9th Asia Oceania Congress of Sexology, organized by the Consortium of Thai Training Institutes for STDs and AIDS and the Thai Association for Sexology. Held in Bangkok, Thailand. The theme for 2006 is "Sexuality -- No East No West." Contact and abstract submission: Dr. Verapol Chandeying, President, 9th AOCS, via email at verapol.c@psu.ac.th or Dr. Chavalit Mangkalaviraj, Secretariat, 9th AOCS, via email at chavalit@cottisa.org

9-12 November

47th Annual SSSS Annual Meeting, 2006: Sexual Fantasies versus Realities: Implications for Sexual Research and Practice Las Vegas, NV. Preliminary program available at http://www.sexscience.org/uploads/media/2006_SSSS_Annual__Meeting_Prelim_Program.pdf. Registration forms available online at www.sexscience.org. For more information, contact: David Fleming, Ex. Director SSSS, P.O. Box 416, Allentown, PA 18105-0416 U.S.A. Phone: (610) 530-2483. Fax: (610) 530-2485. E-mail: thesociety@sexscience.org

30 November

2006 Annual Sex Ed Conference: The Abstinence Experience. Somerset, New Jersey, USA. Sponsored by The Center for Family Life Education, a division of Planned Parenthood of Greater New Jersey, Inc. The 2006 theme is "Teaching About Abstinence in a Comprehensive Sex Ed Context." For more information, please email Joyce.Korbylo@ppfa.org or Bill.Taverner@ppfa.org at The Center for Family Life Education.


2005

 

February

2-5
February

CSSAM/ISSAM North American Congress on the Aging Male, to be at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, CA.
Abstract submission deadline is November, 15, 2004 at http://www.kenes.com/aging/call.asp.
Please register via the web site at http://www.kenes.com/aging/reg.asp.

 


April

7-9
April
Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention (RCAP) will co-sponsor its fourth biennial national conference April 7-9 at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. The conference will feature over 45 rural prevention specialists from 18 states. Presentations will include research on rural populations such as teen-agers, men who have sex with men, and African American communities. Speakers will also address emerging HIV/AIDS concerns among older women, methamphetamine users and homeless women.

Information about the schedule, speakers and presenters can be found at http://www.indiana.edu/~aids. William L. Yarber, RCAP's senior director, can be reached at 812-855-7974 and yarber@indiana.edu.

7-10
April
30th Annual Meeting of The Society For Sex Therapy and
Research (SSTAR).
Boston, Massachusetts.
Contact: Cassandra Larkins, SSTAR National Office, 409 12th
Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188, Ph: (202) 863-1645, Fax:
(202) 554-0453, e-mail: clarkins@acog.org.

May

5-8
May
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality-SSSS Western Region Conference. Call for papers. Unstudied and Understudied Sexual Communities: New Areas for Research, Education, and Therapy. Deadline for Submissions: October 15th, 2004. Send to Kathy Sisson at kisson@comcast.net. Make your hotel reservations now at 800-233-1234, or at Hyatt.com.
6-7
May
The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies
The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Conference: Transpolitics, Social Change and Justice

Conference participants will take part in plenary sessions, breakout groups, and roundtables about trans activism and public policy research on local, state-wide, national, and international levels. Activists and researchers will have the opportunity to further develop their ongoing work and to create new dialogues with trans and non-trans allies.
11-15
May
Annual AASECT Conference - What's New What Works: Pioneering Solutions For Today's Sexual Issues. May 11-15, 2005. Portland Downtown Marriot, Portland, Oregon. For reservations call 1-800-228-9290, mention AASECT to receive the conference room rate. Sponsored by AASECT. For more information, contact the Conference Office at PO Box 5488 Richmond, VA 23220-0488 or by e-mail: aasect@aasect.org

June

13-15
June

27th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada The focus of this year's conference is Promoting Sexual Health: Across the country, across the lifespan.
With delegates coming from public health, community health, education, counseling, medical, clergy and research perspectives, over 500 individuals attend over 50 sessions at the conference each year. Visit http://www.open.uoguelph.ca/sexconf for more information. Contact info:Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 Tele: 519-767-5000 Fax:519-767-1114 email:info@open.uoguelph.ca

21-24
June
The International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS) Sexual Rights and Moral PANICS 5th International Conference at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA Hosted by the National Sexuality Resource Center and Human Sexuality Studies. Gilbert Herdt, Director. Visit http://iasscs.sfsu.edu for information. Deadline for submission of abstracts: April 1st, 2005. IASSCS Conference Scholarships available. Deadline: January 15, 2005. Contact Jennifer Feeney, Conference Coordinator at iasscs@sfsu.edu or (415) 437-5120 with questions regarding scholarships, fellowships, or the IASSCS Conference.
22-25
June
The American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA) and The International Family Therapy Association (IFTA) will co-
sponsor The 2005 International Conference on Family Therapy to be held
in Washington, D.C. at the Hyatt Capitol Hill. The
conference theme is "Politics, Community and Clinical Practice." Additional information on presentation submissions and registration details can be located on the web site at http://www.afta-ifta2005.org. The abstract deadline is December 15th, 2004.

July

9-10
July

New View Conference 2005
Women and the New Sexual Politics: Profits vs. Pleasures

Le Nouvel Hotel
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Web site: http://www.fsd-alert.org/

U.S. residents contact: (hartleyh@pdx.edu) Canadian residents contact: (Anne.Katz@cancercare.mb.ca) all others, contact: (LeLaina1978@yahoo.com)

10-15
July
XVII World Congress of Sexology
Palais des congrès de Montréal, Canada

Web site: www.montrealsexo.com
E-mail: info@montrealsexo.com
Phone: +1 514 395-1808
Fax: +1 524 395-1801

August

3-6 August

International Behavioral Development Symposium: Biological Basis of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Sex-Typical Behavior in Minot, North Dakota. Its focus will be on the biological underpinnings of sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex-typical behavior. Sponsored by the Eugene Garfield Foundation and Minot State University. Paper submission deadline: May 20, 2005. There is no registration fee, and all meals will be provided to active participants without charge throughout the four days of the conference. Organized by Dr. Lee Ellis and Lyn Ebertz. For more information, e-mail lee.ellis@minotstateu.edu or call 701.858.3241.

27-28 August

International Conference Sexual Health & Gender
The Congress on "Sexual Health & Gender" is being held on August 27-28, 2005 in Vienna, Austria.

 


September

16 September

East Coast Fall Clinical Conference of The Society For Sex Therapy and
Research (SSTAR).
New York City. For more information, visit www.sstarnet.org/upcomingMeetings.cfm

November

3-6 November

The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) Eastern and Mid Continent Regional Conference entitled, "Child, Adolescent, and Elder Sexual Expression" to be held in Atlanta, GA. The deadline for submissions is May 1st.

16-19 November

HTN 2005 Annual Conference "Leading the Charge: Making a Difference in the Lives of Teens and Young Families" to be held in Chicago, Illinois. Healthy Teen Network, Inc. (formerly the National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy Parenting and Prevention) is accepting Workshop Proposals: April 22, 2005 Deadline. Visit the HTN website, for the application and more information.

17-20 November

Sexual Medicine Society of North America Fall 2005 Research Meeting to be held at the Hilton New York (1335 Avenue of the Americas) New York, NY. This meeting promises to address matters of high relevance to all clinicians and researchers interested in male and female sexual dysfunctions. Among other things, the program will address erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, hypogonadism, Peyronie’s disease, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, and female sexual dysfunction. The program will include plenary sessions, primary care and specialty symposia, invited state of the art lectures, podium abstracts, and poster sessions. The meeting will be accredited by CME, AFP and AASECT. Abstract submission will be accepted online at www.smsna2005NYC.org until June 1, 2005.

 


December

4-7 December

8th Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, hosted by the Scandinavian Society for Sexual Medicine. Copenhagen, Denmark. For invitation and Call for Abstracts, visit www.essm.org.


January

9-12
January

4th Annual Research Meeting of Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA). Boca Raton Resort & Club Boca Raton, Florida.
Contact: SMSNA, Inc. 1111 N. Plaza Drive, Suite 550, Schaumburg, IL 60173, Ph.(847)517-7225, Fax: (847)517-7229.


February


March

6-9
March

28th Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). Miami Beach, Florida. Registration discount for members of SSSS and AASECT. Contact: Michelle Brooks-Hunter, SSTAR Administrator, c/o ACOG's Department of Specialty Services, 409 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC, 20024-2188, E-mail: MBrooks@acog.org. USA Tel: (202) 863-1645. Fax: (202) 554 0453, or Bill Maurice, President-Elect: E-mail: maurice@interchange.ubc.ca

10-14
March

16th World Congress of Sexology. Havana city, Cuba.
"Sexuality and Human Development: From Speech to Action"
Contact: Centro Nacional de Educacion Sexual (CENESEX),
Secretaría Científica., Calle 10 No. 460 esquina a 21. Vedado.,
C.P. 10400 Ciudad de la Habana, Cuba., Ph. (537) 55-2528 y 29,
Fax: (537) 30-2295, Email: cenesex@infomed.sld.cu

15-18
March

3rd International Menopause Society (IMS) Workshop. Pisa, Italy.
"HRT in Climacteric and Aging Brain"
Contact: International Menopause Society, c/o Monique Boulet, Executive Director, Chez Maitre M. Steyaert Av. des Cattleyas, 3, box 1, 1150 Brussels, Belgium, Ph. 32.2.772.2183, Fax: 32.2.762.4295, Email: imsociety@Filink.net

28-30 March

National Confererence of Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention (RCAP). Indiana Memorial Union, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. "HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies III" Abstract deadline: January 15, 2003. Contact: William L. Yarber, senior director, Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Indiana University, 801 East Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-3085, Ph. (812)855-7974, Email: aids@indiana.edu

30 March-2 April

15th annual National HIV/AIDS Update Conference (NAUC). Miami, Florida.


April

10-13
April

Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) Western Region Conference. Hyatt San Jose, San Jose, CA. "The Sexual Body: New Developments in Science, Therapy, and Education" Contact: Email: Klein@SexEd.org, Ph. (650) 856-6533

24-27
April

Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) Eastern Region Conference. Baltimore, Maryland. "Is Sex Good for You? (How Do We Know?)" Contact: David Fleming, Executive Director, SSSS, PO Box 416 Allentown, PA 18105-0416, Ph: (610) 530-2483, Fax: (610) 530-2485, Email: thesociety@inetmail.att.net

24-27
April

4th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility (COGI). Berlin, Germany.
Contact: COGI4 SECRETARIAT, 17 Rue du Cendrier, P.O. Box 1726, CH-1211, Geneva 1, Switzerland, Ph. +41 22 908 0488, Fax: +41 22 732 2850, Email: cogi4@kenes.com


May

8-10
May

2nd Annual Symposia of Comprehensive Review of Sexual Medicine. Sutton Place Hotel, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Contact: Comprehensive Review of Sexual Medicine, c/o Venue West Conference Services Ltd., 645 - 375 Water Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 5C6 Canada, Ph. (604)681-5226, Fax: (604)681-2503, Email: congress@venuewest.comm

13-14 May

2nd National Forum of National Centers of Excellence in Women's Health. Vienna, Virginia.
"Understanding Health Differences and Disparities in Women - Closing the Gap."
The deadline for abstract submissions is February 1, 2003.
Contact: Allison Marks, Educational Services, Inc. at (202) 628-8080; allisonm@esilsg.com

17
May

Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists (AGLP) Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
“Beyond Coming Out: LGBT Mental Health Care Across the Life Span.”
Contact: AGLP National Office, 4514 Chester ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143-3707, Ph. (215)222-2800.

31 May -3 June

11th Annual Congress on Women's Health. Hilton Head Island, SC.


June

3-8
June

35th Annual Conference of American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists(AASECT). Las Vegas, Nevada.
"The Tapestry of Sexuality: Focus on Legal and Ethical Issues"
Contact: Jennifer Sebastian by email: jsebastian@aasect.org

9-18
June

25th Anniversary of the Guelph Sexuality Conference. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. "Look Back, Moving Forward" Contact: Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Ph. (519)767-5000, Fax: (519)767-1114, Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca

21
June

2003 SSTAR West Coast Spring Clinical Meeting, Menlo Park, California.
Contact: SSTAR National Office at (202)863-1645, Email: mjohnson@acog.org

26-29
June

7th Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Reno, Nevada.


July

7-10
July

AIDS Impact 2003. Milan, Italy.
Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection.
Contact: Organizing Committee, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele,
Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Unit,
Via Stamira d’Ancona, 20, 20127 Milan, Italy.
Tel.: +39 02 26433238. Fax: +39 02 26433408

12-19
July

Thornfield 30th Annual Workshop on Sexuality.
Contact: The Annual Workshop on Sexuality, Carol Dopp, Coordinator, P.O. Box 833, Annandale, VA 22003, (703) 256-8098

13-16
July

2nd IAS Conference on Pathogenesis and Treatment. Paris
Contact: Conference Secretariat, Jcd Conseil, 4,VILLA D ’ORLÉANS, 75014 PARIS – FRANCE, Ph. +33 (0)1 40 64 20 00, Fax: +33 (0)1 40 64 20 50.

16-19
July

Annual Meeting of International Academy of Sex Research (IASR). Bloomington, IN.
Contact: iasr@northwestern.edu


August

22-25
August

21st Annual Bisexual Conference of UK National Bisexual Convention (BiCon). University of East London, UK.

21-24
August

The North American Conference on Bisexuality
San Diego, CA. Contact Alexei Guren (206) 709-8676
email: Alexei_Guren@msn.com


September

4-6
September

1st Global Conference: Making Sense of: Issues at the Beginning of Life. St Catherine's College, Oxford, United Kingdom.
Contact: Dr. Rob Fisher at rf@inter-disciplinary.net

10-13
September

18th Biennial Symposium of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA). Ghent, Belgium.
Contact: Bean Robinson, PhD, Executive Director, 1300 South Second Street, Suite 180, Minneapolis, MN 55454 USA, Tel: +1-612-625-1500, Fax: +1-612-626-8311, Email: hbigda@famprac.umn.edu

10-13
September

ARRP Annual Conference Reproductive Health, 2003. La Jolla, California


October

11-16
October

59th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). San Antonio, Texas.
"Strengthening Our Diversity"
Contact: ASRM, 1209 Montgomery Highway, Birmingham, Alabama 35216-2809, Ph. (205) 978-5000, Fax: (205) 978-5005

16-19
October

International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health Amsterdam, Netherlands
Contact: ISSWSH, 1111 North Plaza Drive, Schaumburg, Il. 60173
Email: isswsh@wjweiser.com

23-24
October

11th Annual HIV/AIDS Update Conference
South Padre Island, Texas. Sponsored by Valley AIDS.
Medical track available .E-mail enquiries: mruiz.vac@tachc.org


November

6-9
November

45th Annual Meeting of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS). San Antonio, Texas. "Gender and Sexual Science: What We Have Learned in the 50 Years Since the Kinsey Reports." Contact: David Fleming, Executive Director, SSSS, PO Box 416 Allentown, PA 18105-0416, Ph: (610) 530-2483, Fax: (610) 530-2485, Email: thesociety@inetmail.att.net

13-15
November

Women's Sexualities Conference: Historical, Interdisciplinary & International Perspectives. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Contact: Ph. (812)855-0101, Fax: (812) 855-4869, Email: wsconf@indiana.edu

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