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2002

December

1-4
December
5th Congress of the European Society for Sexual and Impotence Research. Hamburg, Germany.
Contact: Congress office, 5th Congress of the European Society for Sexual and Impotence Research, P.O. box 1221, D-22882, Barsbuttel, Germany
Ph.: +49-40-670 88 20, Fax: +49-40-670 32 83, E-mail: hamburg@cpo-hanser.de

November

7-10
November
44th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Montreal, Canada.
"Unresolved Controversies: Sex Questions in Search of Resolution"
Deadline for submissions: March 15, 2002.
Contact: David L. Fleming, M.S., Executive Director, SSSS, P.O. Box 416, Allentown, PA 18105, Ph. (610)530-2483, Fax: (610)530-2485, Email: TheSociety@inetmail.att.net
9-13
November
130th Annual Meeting & Exposition of American Public Health Association (APHA). Philadelphia, PA.
"Putting the Public Back into Public Health"
Contact: APHA Meeting Coordinator, Edward Shipley, Ph. (202) 777-2478, Fax: (202) 777-2530, Email: edward.shipley@apha.org
14-17
November
7th Asian Congress of Sexology. RAFFLES CITY Convention Centre, Singapore.
Under the Auspices of Asian Federation of Sexology.
Jointly organized by National University of Singapore (NUS) & Society for the Study of Andrology and Sexology, Singapore (SSASS).
Abstracts Deadline: June 30, 2002.
Contact: Secretariat, 7th Asian Congress of Sexology, c/o Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, NUH, NUS, 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119074, Ph.: (65)772-4261, Fax: (65)779-4753, Email: obgnahwc@nus.edu.sg or obgvn@nus.edu.sg
19-24
November
64th Annual Conference of National Council on Family Relations (NCFR). Hyatt Regency Hotel, Houston, Texas.
Contact: Cindy Winter, Conference Coordinator: wintersc@ncfr.org or call toll free 888-781-9331, ext. 15
22
November
Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLGS)'s Day-long symposium on the celebrity transsexual of the 1950s.
"Fifty Years Later: Christine Jorgensen's Legacy"
12-7 p.m., Skylight Conference Room, Graduate Center, CUNY, NY.
Contact: The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Room 7.115, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016. Ph.(212)817-1955. Email: clags@gc.cuny.edu
22-24
November
Annual Clinical Conference of World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. Washington, DC.
Contact: Ph.1-516-944-3192, Fax: 1-516-944-8663

October

2-5
October
21st Annual Conference of Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Contact: 4900 S.W. Griffith Drive, Suite 274, Beaverton, Oregon U.S.A. 97005, Ph. (503) 643-1023, Fax: (503) 643-5084, Email: atsa@atsa.com
3-5
October
2002 Annual Meeting of North American Menopause Society (NAMS). Chicago, Illinois.
Contact: Ph. 440/442-7550, Fax: 440/442-2660, Email: info@menopause.org
6-8
October
National Conference of National Council on Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity (NCSAC). Nashville, TN.
Contact: Email: ncsac@mindspring.com
9-12
October
XI Latin American Congress of Sexology and Sex Education. Isla de Margarita, Venezuela.
Contact: Email: amintaparra@cantv.net
10-13
October
International Society for the Study of Women's Health Annual meeting.
Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Contact: Email: isswsh@wjweiser.com
12-17
October

58th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington. American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Contact: 1209 Montgomery Highway, Birmingham, Alabama 35216-2809, Ph. (205) 978-5000, Fax: (205) 978-5005, Email: asrm@asrm.org

16-18
October

Health Care Education and Training Conference "Putting the Pieces Together: Strategies to Prevent Teen Pregnancy" Presented in partnership with National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Indianapolis, IN.
Ph. 317.247.9008

18-19
October
Australian Society of Sexuality Education Researchers and Therapists (ASSERT) Essential Directions for Sexology conference, East Fremantle, Western Australia
Contact: Gareth Merriman, President, Western Australian Sexology Society.
Email: asrm@asrm.org
24-27
October
60th AAMFT Annual Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Weaving the family tapestry
Contact: Ph.(202)452-0109, Email: central@aamft.org

September

11-14
September
7th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders. Vienna, Austria.
Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence: From Understanding to Protection and Prevention.
Contact: office.ictsovienna@medacad.org
11-14
September

Association of Reproductive Health Professional(ARHP)'s 39th Annual Meeting: Reproductive Health 2002. Denver, CO.
Contact: conferences@arhp.org, Ph. 877/444-ARHP, Fax: 202/466-3826

15-18
September
3rd East-West Conference: Child Sexual Abuse Sexual Violence Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. PYRAMIDA Hotel Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC.
22-26
September
10th World Congress of the International Society for Sexual and Impotence Research. Montreal, Canada.
Contact: Ph.(514)286-0855, Fax: (514)286-6066, Email: issir2002@eventsintl.com
26-28
September
National Lesbian Health Conference 2002: Healing Works! Washington, DC.
Contact: Alex Khalaf, Special Projects Coordinator, The Mautner Project/Healing Works, 1707 L Street NW, Suite 230, Washington D.C. 20036, Ph.(202) 332-5536, Fax: (202) 332-0662, Email: akhalaf@mautnerproject.org or HealingWorks@mautnerproject.org

August


16-18
August
BiCon (UK National Bisexual Convention) 2002. College Hall, Leicester, UK.
"BiCon is a convention for all bisexuals, their partners and friends to discuss, celebrate, analyse and be confused and entertained by bisexuality in all its colourful forms."
Contact: BM BiCon, 27 Old Gloucester St, London, WC1N 3XX, UNITED KINGDOM, Email: info@2002.bicon.org.uk

31 August-
1 September
7th International Gender Dysphoria (GENDYS) Conference. University of Manchester, England.
Contact: Gendys Network, BM GENDYS, London WC1N 3XX, Email: gendys@cwcom.net

July

4-6
July

6th International Congress on the Cell Biology of Reproduction. St John's College, Cambridge, UK.
Contact: Congress Secretariat, PO Box 3219 Barnes, London SW13 9XR, UK., Ph.+44 (0)20-8741-1311, Fax: +44(0)20-8741-0611, Email:
meetings@obgyn.cam.ac.uk

5-8
July
11th International Conference on Personal Relationships. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Theme: Relationships and Health.
Sponsored by Atlantic Health Promotion Research Centre(AHPRC).
Contact: AHPRC at Tel: (902) 494-2240; Fax: (902) 494-3594. Email: ahprc@dal.ca
7-20
July
AIDS 2002: The XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
Sponsored by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
Daily coverage of this conference is available through The Kaiser Family Foundation, http://www.kaisernetwork.org/aids2002.
11-14
July
6th Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, Washington, DC.
Contact: cmfce@smartmarrige.com
13-20
July
Thornfield 30th Annual Workshop on Sexuality.
The Annual Workshop on Sexuality, Carol Dopp, Coordinator, P.O. Box 833, Annandale, VA 22003, (703) 256-8098
19-21
July
Sexual Minority Youth in the Heartland: Issues and Methods for Youth-serving Professionals. Indiana Memorial Union (IMU), Bloomington, IN.
Contact: Doug Bauder, conference director, at dbauder@indiana.edu

June

2-3
June
1st International Queer Disability Conference: Disability and Queerness. San Francisco State University.
Call for Papers, Workshops, Performances, and Art of All Kinds: Due February 1, 2002
Sponsored by the Disabled Women's Alliance, the Presidential Chair for Undergraduate Education at UC Berkeley, the Disability Studies Program at UC Berkeley, and the Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University.
Contact: email: QDConference2002@hotmail.com
10-14
June
10th World Congress on Menopause by International Menopause Society. Berlin.
13-16
June
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality(SSSS) Midcontinent Region Conference. Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan.
"SEX and the BRAIN: Theories, Data, and Politics."
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
16-20
June
6th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology(EFS). Limassol, Cyprus.
Sexuality In a real and Virtu@l Environment.
Hosted by the Israel Society for Sex Therapy.
Contact: Ph.+972-3-6384444, Fax: +972-3-6384455, Email: sexology@ortra.co.il
17-19
June
24th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality. University of Guelph, Ontario.
"Healthy Sexuality: Expanding Knowledge, Broadening Perspectives."
Contact: Karen Maki, Program Development Coordinator, Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1. Ph.(519)824-4120, ext. 3412; Fax (519) 767-0758; Email: kmaki@open.uoguelph.ca
17-21
June
2002 Great Lakes Institute for Community Health Educators (GLICHE). FourWinds Resort and Marina, Bloomington, Indiana.
Sponsored by Health Care Education and Training, Inc. (HCET) and Development Systems, Inc. (DSI).
Contact: HCET, Inc., 2346 S. Lynhurst Drive, Suite A201, Indianapolis, IN 46241, Ph.(317) 247-9008, Fax: (317) 247-9055, Email: info@hcet.org
19-22
June
28th Annual Meeting of International Academy of Sex Research. Hamburg, Germany.
Contact: Michael Bailey, Secretary-Treasurer at Email: jm-bailey@northwestern.edu
20-23
June

3rd World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility. Washington, DC.
Contact: The Secretariat: Kenes International, 17 Rue du Cendrier, P.O. Box 1726, Ch-1211 Geneva 1, Switzerland, Ph. +41 22 908 0488, Fax: +41 22 732 2850 or Fax: +1 928 569 3114 (International / American number),
Email: cogi3@kenes.com

21-23
June
"Sexualities in the Third Millennium": Recent Developments in Sexuality Research. Universität Lüneburg / Lüneburg University.
Contact: Dr. Gunter Runkel.
21-23
June
XV DGSS Conference on Social Scientific Sexuality Research.
"Sexualitńten im Dritten Jahrtausend" Neuere Entwicklungen in der Sexualforschung/ "Sexualities in the Third Millennium" Recent Developments in Sexuality Research
Lueneburg University - Contact Dr. Gunter Runkel: Email:
runkel@mail.rz.uni-lueneburg.de or
Sexualforschung@sexologie.org
Fax: 49 4131 78 25 07
26-27
June
Workshop of the Health Care Education & Training, Inc. on HIV/Hepatitis Prevention: New Opportunities in Family Planning Clinics.
Wed. June 26 - Chicago, IL, Thur. June 27 - Dekalb, IL.
Registration deadline for these FREE workshops is June 14.
Contact: HCET, Inc., 2346 S. Lynhurst Drive, Suite A201, Indianapolis, IN 46241, Ph. (317) 247-9008, Fax: (317) 247-9055, Email: info@hcet.org

May

1-5
May
Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists(AACE). Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL.
1-5
May
34th American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists(AASECT) Annual Conference. South Beach, Miami, Florida.
Advances in Sexuality.
Contact: AASECT, P.O. Box 5488, Richmond, Virginia 23220-0488, Ph.(804)644-3288
18-21
May
10th Annual Congress on Women's Health and Gender-Based Medicine. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

April

4-6
April
8th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference. Banff Conference Center, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
4-7
April
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality(SSSS) Western Region Conference. Marriott Hotel, Manhattan Beach, CA.
"Sexual Paradigms: Challenging Our Thinking on Critical Topics"
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
10-13
April
7th Congress of the European Society of Contraception. Genova, Italy.
"Changing Attitudes to Contraception and Reproductive Health"
Contact: ESC Central Office, Orga-Med, Essenestraat 77, B-1740 Ternat, Belgium, Ph. +32-2-582-08-52, Fax: +32-2-582-55-15, Email: orgamed@village.uunet.be
25-29
April
3rd Int'l. Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility. Washington, DC.
Contact: Kenes, Paris, France, Tel.: + 972 3 514 0014, Email: controversies@kenes.com

March

9
March
The New "Female Sexual Dysfunction": Promises, Prescriptions, and Profits." San Francisco, CA.
Sponsored by The Campaign for a New View of Women's Sexual Health Problems. Laurel Heights Conference Center, 3333 California Street, San Francisco.
The conference will be a day of consciousness-raising and networking concerning the new pharmaco-medicalization of women's sexual problems.
13-16
March
Annual Conference of the American Psychosomatic Society. Barcelona, Spain.
Contact: American Psychosomatic Society, 6728 Old McLean Village Drive, McLean, VA 22101, Ph. (703) 556-9222, FAX: (703) 556-8729, Email: info@psychosomatic.org
13-16
March
Contraceptive Technology. Washington, DC.
Designed for physicians, NPs, CNMs, PAs, RNs, health educators and pharmacists.
Contact: Ph.(925) 828-7100, Email: info@cforums.com
14-17
March
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality(SSSS) Eastern Region Conference. Baltimore, MD.
"Is Sex Good For You? (Do we only assume that it is?)"
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
14-17
March
27th Society for Sex Therapy and Research(SSTAR) Annual Meeting. Alexis Park Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Contact: SSTAR Administrative Director Cassandra Larkins at clarkins@acog.org or Program Chair Bill Maurice at (604) 822-7220 or at maurice@interchange.ubc.ca
19-22
March
14th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference(NAUC). San Francisco, CA.
"Prevention, Treatment and Care: Forging an Integrated Response."
Contact: Jennifer Attonito, Conference Director. amfAR, 120 Wall Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10005-3902. Ph.: (212) 806-1631, Fax: (212) 806-1608. Email: nauc@amfar.org
20-23
March
Contraceptive Technology. San Francisco, CA.
Contact: Ph.(925) 828-7100, Email: info@cforums.com

February

7
February
CASA (National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University) Conference on Substance Abuse and Sexual Behavior. New York, NY.
8:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m., The Zena and Michael A. Wiener Conference Center at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, 633 Third Avenue, 19th Floor.
Contact: Email: swinkell@casacolumbia.org
7-10
February
3rd World Congress on the Aging Male. Berlin, Germany.
Co-sponsored by the Internat Society for the Study of the Aging Male (ISSAM) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Contact: Secretariat, The 3rd World Congress on the Aging Male, Kenes International, 17 Rue du Cendrier, P.O. Box 1726 CH-1211 Geneva 1 Switzerland, Ph. +41 22 908 0488, Fax: +44 845 127 5678 (International/European number), Email: aging@kenes.com
20-23
February
30th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology(NASPOG). Cancun, Mexico.
Symposia will include burden of psychiatric illness on women, sexual chemistry and function, and pelvic pain.
Contact: Cassandra Larkins, Email: clarkins@acog.org, NASPOG office, 409 12th St., SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188. Ph. 202-863-1646.

2001


December

2-4
December
Advocates for Youth's 20th Anniversary Conference. Wyndham Washington Hotel, Washington, DC.
Rights, Respect, Responsibility: A new paradigm for health adolescent sexuality.
Contact: Advocates For Youth, 1025 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005, Email: conf@advocatesforyouth.org
7-9
December
Sexual Medicine Society of North America(SMSNA), Inc.'s 3rd Annual Fall Research Meeting. Charleston Place Hotel, Charleston, South Carolina.
Contact: SMSNA, Inc. 1111 N. Plaza Drive, Suite 550, Schaumburg, IL 60173, Ph.(847)517-7225, Fax: (847)517-7229, Email: ssi@wjweiser.com
12-15
December
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals' 38th annual CME conference: Reproductive Health 2001. Washington, DC.
Contact: Ph.(877)444-ARHP, Fax:(202)466-3826, Email: conferences@arhp.org
17-19
December
World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health Annual Clinical Conference. New York, NY.
Contact: WFFH Conference Registration, 405 Main Street Port Washington, NY 11050. Fax: 1-516-944-8663.

November

2-4
November
Midwest Institute of Sexology Workshop: Sexual Enrichment for Men. Farmington Hills, MI.
Contact: Ph.(248) 737-3984, Email: services@mwsexual.com
3
November
The HERS Foundation's 21st Hysterectomy Conferences. Philadelphia, PA.
Contact: HERS Foundation, 422 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, Ph.(610)667-7757, (888) 750 - HERS (4377) (Toll-Free).
7-10
November
ATSA's 20th Annual Conference: 20th Annual Research and Treatment Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
Sponsored by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. This conference will offer symposia, workshop presentations, poster sessions, discussion groups and advanced clinics relating to issues in both victim and perpetrator research and treatment.
7-10
November
National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention, Inc.(NOAPPP) Annual Conference. Arlington, VA.
Contact: NOAPPP, 2401 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Suite 350, Washington, DC 20037, Ph.(202)293-8370.
8-11
November
63rd NCFR Annual Conference. Rochester, NY.
National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference.
Contact: Cindy Winter, Conference Coordinator: email: wintersc@ncfr.org or call toll free 888-781-9331, ext. 15
9
November
8th Women's Health Research Symposium on Women's Sexuality. Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD.
"In the Moon: Emerging Concepts in Women's Sexuality"
Sponsored by the Women's Health Research Group, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Contact: Patricia R. Hawthorne, Ph. (410)706-2866, Email: whrg@epi.umaryland.edu

October

4 -6
October
12th Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society, New Orleans, Louisiana.
8-9
October
6th Seminar of the European Society of Contraception. University Hospital of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.
"Why are teenagers still getting pregnant?", Adolescents: Pregnancy-Parenting-Prevention.
Contact: ESC Central Office, Orga-Med, Essenestraat 77, B-1740 Ternat, Belgium, Ph. +32-2-582-08-52, Fax: +32-2-582-55-15, Email: orgamed@village.uunet.be
11
October
Raising Sexually Healthy Young People: Designing and conducing workshops for parents. Indianapolis, IN.
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Planned Parenthood Conference Center.
A professional training to increase your confidence in conducting parent sessions on family communication about sexuality.
Contact: Alison Powell, 1-800-421-3731 ext.148, 317-927-3644 ext.148, Email: alison@ppcsi.org
12 -13
October
Midwest Institute's 2nd Annual Conference on Sexual Health, Healing and Happiness. Farmington Hills, MI.
Contact: Ph.(248) 737-3984, Email: services@mwsexual.com
20 -25
October
ASRM 2001 Meeting: 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Orlando/Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
21 -25
October
APHA Annual Meeting: 129th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia
24-28
October
43rd Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS): Sexual Science: Sex and Technology. San Diego, CA.
Contact: David Fleming, Executive Director, SSSS, P.O. Box 416, Allentown, PA 18105-0416, Ph. (610)530-2483, Fax: (610)530-2485, Email: thesociety@inetmail.att.net [deadline for paper/presentation submissions is Mar.15]
31 October
-2 November
Population Association of Pakistan(PAP)'s Annual Population Research Conference. Islamabad, Pakistan.
The theme of the conference is PakistanÝs Population Stabilization Prospect.
Contact: Population Association of Pakistan House # 7, Street 62, F-6/3, Islamabad, Ph. (92-51) 2277439, Fax: (92-51) 2821401, Email: papak@pcpak.org

31 October
-4 November

17th International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria. San Luis Hotel, Galveston, Texas.
Sponsored by the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association. Chairs: Walter Meyer and Eli Coleman. Local Arrangements: Lee Emory.
Contact: Bean Robinson, Executive Director, HBIGDA, 1300 S. 2nd Street, Ste. 180, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55454. Ph. 612-625-1500, Fax: 612-626-8311, Email: HBIGDA@famprac.umn.edu

September

6-9
September

2nd World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility. Paris, France, CNIT - La D╚fense.
Contact: The Second World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility, PO Box 50006, Tel Aviv 61500, ISRAEL, Tel: +972 3 514 0000, Fax: +972 3 514 0077 / 517 5674, Email: controversies@kenes.com
8-12
September

6th International Conference on Family Violence. Town&Country Hotel&Convention Center, San Diego, CA.
Working Together to End Abuse.
Contact: Lisa Conradi at 858-623-2777 ext. 427
9
September
8th Annual Women's Health Research Symposium on Women's Sexuality. Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD.
"In the Mood: Emerging Concepts in Women's Sexuality"
Contact: Patricia R. Hawthorne, Women's Health Research Group, Dept. of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, 660 W. Redwood Street, Room 100E, Baltimore, MD 21201, Ph.(410) 706-2866, Fax: (410) 706-8013, Email: phawthor@epi.umaryland.edu
12-15
September

Association of Reproductive Health Professionals'(ARHP) 38th Annual Meeting: Reproductive Health 2001. Washington, DC.
Contact: Email: conferences@arhp.org, Ph.877/444-ARHP(toll-free), Fax: 202/466-3826.
14-16
September
Midwest Institute of Sexology Workshop: Sexual Enrichment for Couples. Farmington Hills, MI.
Contact: Ph.(248) 737-3984, Email: services@mwsexual.com
30 September
-3 October
4th Biennial Congress of the European Society for Sexual and Impotence Research. Rome, Italy.
Contact: Organizing Secretariat, Studio Congressi, Via Francesco Ferrara, 40, 00191 Rome, Italy. Ph. 39-06-3290250; Fax: 39-06-36306897. Email: sc.congressi@agora.stm.it

August

12-15
August

2001 National HIV Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA.
Sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The mission of this conference is to (1) share research findings and effective prevention approaches among governmental, community and academic partners in HIV prevention and (2) strengthen collaborations between program practitioners and researchers in behavioral interventions, vaccine development, monitoring the epidemic, developing rapid and reliable tests for HIV diagnosis and improving access to early treatment for HIV, among others.
28 August
-1 September
5th Conference of the European Sociological Association . Helsinki, Finland.
"Visions and Divisions: Challenges to European Sociology".
There will be "Research Streams" on sexuality at the European Sociological Association Conference. The headings of the sessions are Sexual Politics (elina.haavio-mannila@helsinki.fi) and Sexual Politics of Sites and Sights (soile.veijola@urova.fi).
Deadline for abstract submission: Jan. 31, 2001.

July

11-13
July

National Black Religious Summit V on Sexuality : Breaking the Silence, Washington, DC.
Sponsored by the Black Church Initiative and the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. The theme of this year's Summit, "People of Faith Joining Hands Across Continents", conveys the message that, by working together, religious communities can address the need to reduce teen pregnancy and the spread of HIV/AIDS and domestic violence and develop a serious dialogue on sexual orientation.
Contact: Marion Davidson at 202-628-7700 ext. 223 or mdavidson@rcrc.org

11-14
July
International Academy of Sex Research. Montreal, Canada.
Contact: Ken Zucker (Secretary-Treasurer, International Academy of Sex Research), Child Psychiatry Program, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health--Clark Division, 250 College St., Toronto, ontario M5T 1R8, Canada. Ph. 416/535-8501, ext. 4040, Fax: 416/979-4668. Email: Ken_Zucker@camh.net
14-21
July
Thornfield 29th Annual Workshop on Sexuality. Oakton, VA.
Email: thornfield@sexualityworkshop.com
18-20
July
Reducing Health Disparities In Hispanic Communities: 2001 Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.
Sponsored by the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN). This conference presents opportunities to meet top Hispanic nursing leaders in practice, education, research and government; gain an understanding of the needs and interests of the communities and colleagues that they represent; and forge valuable relationships.
Contact: Cary Jon Lederman at 410-749-3200 or cary@dmv.com.
21-25
July
2001 Great Lakes Institute for Community Health Educators (GLICHE). French Lick Springs Resort, French Lick Springs, IN.
Sponsored by Health Care Education and Training, Inc.
Contact: HCET, Inc. 2346 S. Lynhurst Drive, Suite A201 Indianapolis, IN 46241, Shelley: Ph.(317) 247-9008, Email: soconnell@hcet.org
30 July
-1 August
Fundamentals of Program Planning and Evaluation: A Skills-based Course for HIV/AIDS Presentation Porviders. Berkeley, CA.
Sponsored by California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center. This is a three-day course for prevention and education staff who have direct responsibility for planning and evaluating HIV or STD prevention programs in community settings.
Contact: Andrea Parriott at 510-883-6600.

June

1-3
June
Conference on Sexuality in Early America, 1500-1820. Williamsburg, VA.
McNeil Center for Early American Studies and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. For information, contact: sblock@uci.edu or kabrown@sas.upenn.edu
2-5
June
9th Annual Congress on Women's Health & Gender-Based Medicine. Washington, DC.
Jointly sponsored by University of South Florida College of Medicine and Journal of Women's Health & Gender-Based Medicine in collaboration with the Society for Women's Health Research organized by BioConferences International.
Contact: Harriet Matysko, BioConferences International, Inc., 2 Madison Ave, Suite 210, Larchmont, NY 10538; Ph. 1-800-5-BIOCON ext. 652, Fax: 1-914-834-3689, Email: hmatysko@liebertpub.com
11-20
June
23rd Annual Guelph Conference & Training Institute on Sexuality. Guelph, Canada.
Challenging Assumptions: Values and Diversity in Sexual Health.
Contact: Guelph Sexuality Conference, Office of Open Learning, Room 160, Johnston Hall, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON Canada N1G 2W1, Ph.(519) 767-5000, Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca
12-16
June
Sexualities in Transition -International Social Science Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The Sexualities in Transition conference aims to fill this gap in the current knowledge and understanding of the effects of the profound social changes that are still taking place in Central and East Europe. It will address an important question of whether sexualities, aside from reflecting the new societal reality, can also generate social tolerance and social capital necessary for a well-rooted democracy.
Contact: Email: SITconference@yahoo.comor , Fax: +1 818 677 2059 (Center for Sex Research, CSUN, USA)
13-16
June
VI Latin American Congress on Sexual Impotence and the VI Brazilian Congress on Sexual Impotence. Sheraton Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
14-17
June
American Psychological Society Annual Convention. Toronto, Canada.
Submission deadline: January 12, 2001.
18-20
June
23rd Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality. University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Contact: Karen Maki, Program Development Coordinator, 160 Johnston Hall University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Ph. (519) 824-4120, ext. 3412; Fax: (519) 767-0758, Email: kmaki@open.uoguelph.ca
21-24
June
5th Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Rosen Center Hotel, Orlando, FL.
Smart Marriages/Happy Families.
Contact: Ph. (215)822-6319, Email: maccinc@enter.net
22-23
June
4th Annual National Conference on HIV/AIDS and Aging: What About us? HIV/AIDS and the Aging of the Population. Newton, MA.
Sponsored by the National Association on HIV over Fifty (NAHOF). The purpose of this conference is to share information about HIV/AIDS and older adults with consumers, caregivers, practitioners, researchers and advocates; develop and strengthen existing linkages between AIDS and aging networks; and address issues related to the delivery, cost, quality of and access to health and social services.
24-26
June
4th Annual Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute(ISTI) National Conference. Saint John's Abbey and University, Collegeville, MN.
Bringing Light to the Underground: Living Faith in A Sexually Traumatized Culture.
Contact: Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute (ISTI), Saint John's Abbey and University, Collegeville, MN 56321, Fax: 320-363-3954, Email: isti@csbsju.edu
24-28
June
XV World Congress of Sexology. Paris, France.
Back to the future: Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Educational Progress in Sexology.
Organized by World Association for Sexology(WAS).
Contact: Scientific Secretariat: Parisexo, 17 Rue de Seine, 92100 Boulogne, France, Ph. 33-(0)-1-49-10-09-10, Email: parisexo@regimedia.fr
28-29
June
HIV and Health Conference: NHIVNA 3rd Annual Conference. Cardiff, UK.
Sponsored by the Foundation of Nursing Studies. The aims and objectives of this conference are to (1) explore issues regarding sexual health for patients with HIV in association with the Human Rights Act and the Sexual Health Strategy, (2) explore issues regarding new drug regimens in the treatment of HIV, (3) give delegates the opportunity to hear expert presentations on sexual health initiatives and care and management issues and (4) give delegates the opportunity to network with other professionals interested in and/or involved with HIV/AIDS care.
Contact: the Foundation of Nursing Studies, 32 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0RE, England, Ph.: 020-7233-5750, Fax: 020-7233-5759.

May

2-5
May
American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) Annual Conference. Cathedral Hill Hotel, San Francisco, CA.
Contact: AASECT Office, P.O. Box 5488, Richmond, Virginia 23220, Ph. 804-257-5985, Email: AASECT@worldnet.att.net
3-5
May
10th annual conference of the National Council on Sexual Addiction/Compulsivity (NCSAC). San Diego, California.
Sex, Science & Society: Integrating approaches to sexual compulsivity.
Contact: NCSAC, 1090 Northchase Parkway, Suite 200, South Marietta, GA 30067, Ph. 770-989-9754, Email: ncsac@mindspring.com
4-5
May
Methods in the Study of Human Sexuality: Relevance to AIDS Research Sponsored by the University of North Carolina, Center for AIDS Research and Carolina Population Center. This conference will focus on methods of studying human sexual behavior as relevant to HIV/AIDS research. For more information: Email: ncsac@mindspring.com
4-5
May
Sex Norms, Sex Agents. University of Chicago, Illinois.
Contact: Mark Miller, Department of English, The University of Chicago, 1050 East 59th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637, Email: jmmiller@midway.uchicago.edu
9-12
May
8th Annual Teaching Research Ethics Workshop. Indiana Memorial Union, Bloomington, Indiana.
Sponsored by Indiana University-Bloomington, Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis, Michigan State University, etc. For more information: Kenneth D. Pimple, TRE Project Director, Poynter Center, Indiana University, 618 East Third Street, Bloomington IN 47405-3602; Ph. (812) 855-0261, Fax: 855-3315, Email: pimple@indiana.edu.
17-19
May
2nd Annual National Trauma Conference on Exploitation & Sexual Trauma: a special focus on Cybersex. Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, NV.
Contact: Faces C/O Richard Fields, Ph.D., 5010 243 Avenue NE, Redmond, Washington 98053; Fax: (425)868-5644, Ph. (425)868-7253, Toll free: 1-877 63FACES.


April

19-22
April
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality(SSSS) Western Region Annual Conference. Sutton Place Hotel, Newport Beach, CA.
2001: A Sex Odyssey. The Quest for Sexual Self-Acceptance.
Contact: David Hall, Conference Chair, 2111 Lido Circle, Stockton, CA 95207-6014, Ph.&Fax: 209-474-7421, Email: DaveHall@sssswr.org
20
April
Social Change and the Politics of Sexual Health: an interdisciplinary symposium. Baltimore, MD.
Sponsored by the Social Science Research Council Sexuality Research Fellowship Program and the Hopkins Population Center.
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Place: Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health Anna Baetjer Room (W1030) 615 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205.
20-21
April
Futures of the Field: Building LGBT Studies into the 21st Century University. Proshansky Auditorium, The Graduate Center, The City of University of New York, NY.
Contact: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10036-8099. Ph. 212-817-1955; Email: clags@gc.cuny.edu
20-22
April
National Conference on HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies II . Indianapolis, Indiana.
Goal: Present model HIV prevention education programs utilized in various rural settings in the US.
Contact: Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Indiana University, 801 East Seventh St., Bloomington, IN 47405-3085, Ph. 812-855-1718, Email: aids@indiana.edu, To register and make your housing reservations, call 1-800-933-9330.
23-24
April
26th Annual Adolescent Sexuality Conference. Seaside, OR.
Sponsored by Marion County Health Department and Oregon Health Division, Center for Child and Family Health. The conference goal is to increase attendees' knowledge, skills and resources on adolescent sexuality and related issues. For more information: Ph. (503)373-3751
25-27
April
19th National Conference on Health Education and Health Promotion. Atlanta, GA.
"Plan for success: Strengthening the public's health through health promotion". Sponsored by the CDC and ASTDHPPHE. Submission deadline: December 1, 2000.
26
April
Indiana Council on Adolescent Pregnancy(ICAP) Annual Conference. Indianapolis, IN.
Teen Pregnancy and Parenting: Continuing the Focus, Continuing the Funding.
9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Indiana Convention Center&RCA Dome, 100 South Capital Avenue, Indianapolis, IN.
For more information contact: Shelley, O'Connell, Conference Coordinator, (317)247-9008, Email: soconnell@hcet.org

March

14-17 March

Contraceptive Technology. Washington, DC.
Presented by the Authors of Contraceptive Technology.
For additional information-contact Contemporary Forums

20-23 March

13th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference. San Francisco, CA.
AIDS Treatment and Care: Translating Progress into Practice.
Contact: Jennifer Attonito, Conference Director, amfAR, 120 Wall Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10005-3902, Ph. 212-806-1633, Fax: 212-806-1608, Email: jennifer.attonito@amfar.org

21-24 March

Contraceptive Technology. San Francisco, CA.
Presented by the Authors of Contraceptive Technology.
Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568, Ph. 925-828-7100, Email: info@cforums.com

22-25 March

26th Annual Meeting of the Society For Sex Therapy And Research (SSTAR). Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Contact: Society for Sex Therapy and Research, 409 12th Street, S.W., PO Box 96920, Washington, D.C. 20090-6920, Ph. 202-863-1646, Email: mdubose@acog.org

23-25 March

Midwest Institute of Sexology Workshop: Sexuality Attitude Reassessment. Farmington Hills, MI.
Facilitated by Dr. Bill Stayton, past President of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).
Contact: Ph.(248) 737-3984, Email: services@mwsexual.com
30 March
-April 1
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality(SSSS) Eastern Region 24th Annual Conference. Portsmouth, VA.
Sexuality-Dot-Com.
Contact: Andrea Parrot, Conference Chair, Ph. 607-255-2512, Email: ap30@cornell.edu

Feburary

16-17
Feburary
National Symposium on Overcoming Barriers To Condom Use. San Francisco, CA.
For additional information-PPSI
28
Feburary
-4 March
29th Annual Meeting of the North American Society For Psychosocial Obstetrics And Gynecology(NASPOG). Waikoloa, Hawaii.
Contact: Michele DuBose, Administrator, 409 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188, Ph. (202) 863-1646, Fax: (202) 554-0453, Email: mdubose@acog.org

January

25-26
January
National Multicultural Conference and Summit II. Santa Barbara, CA.
Theme: "The Psychology of Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Disability: Intersections, Divergence, and Convergence". Sponsors: American Psychological Association, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research at NIH, National Institute of Mental Health.

2000

December

4-7
December
National STD Conference 2000 : "Untapped Opportunities: connecting science with solutions". Midwest Express Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Conference presented by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & American Social Health Association.

November

1-4
November
19th Annual 2000 Research and Treatment Conference. San Diego, CA. Meeting of the Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). Contact: Ph. 503/643-1023. Email: atsaadm@atsa.com
4-5
November
SIMSED (Society for Investigation and Management of Sexual Disorders) 1st European Convention on Sexual Disorders. Hyatt Regency Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey. Comprehensive program for male and female sexual dysfunctions. Contact: Email: info@alabanda.com.tr
6-7
November
The Crucible Approach Introductory Workshop: The Integration of Sex and Marital Therapy. Denver, CO.
Sponsored by Marriage and Family Health Center. For more information, contact Ruth K. Morehouse, Ph.D., 2922 Evergreen Parkway, Suite 310, Evergreen, CO 80439, Phone. (303) 670- 2630, Fax (303) 670-2392.
8-13
November
National Council on Family Relations 62nd Annual Conference . Minneapolis, MN
9-12
November
Sexual Science: Interdisciplinary Synergy; the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Orlando, Florida. For more information, contact the Annual Meeting Office at P.P. Box 240, Mount Vernon, IA 52314, Phone (319) 895-8407, Fax (319) 895-6203, Email:thesociety@worldnet.att.net
12-16
November
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting: Eliminating Health Disparities. Boston, Massachusetts.
15-18
November
6th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine.  Brisbance, Queensland, Australia.
17-18
November
3rd Conference of Gender Identity Development Unit, Portman Clinic on Gender Identity Issues.   "Atypical Gender Identity Development: therapeutic Models, Philosophical and Ethical Issues".   London.
26-30
November
9th World Meeting on Impotence Research. Perth, Western Australia. Conference of the International Society for Impotence Research. Hosted by the Keogh Institute for Medical Research. Main topics include: androgen use/abuse in HRT for aging males, cardiovascular aspects of erectile dysfunction, nd female sexual dysfunction. Call for abstracts due by 31 March 2000. Contact: Conference Secretariat, Promaco Conventions, POB 890, Canning Bridge, Western Australia 6153.

October

4-6
October
Enhancing Outcomes in Women's Health, Washington DC
Translating Psychological and Behavioral Research into Primary Care, Community Interventions, and Health Policy. Call for papers available now- proposal deadline:September 1, 2000. Requset the Call for Paper, registeration and information to:
Wesley B. Baker, Conference Coordinator. American Psychological Association, 750 First st. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, Tel: 202-312-6490.
5-8
October
The 4th International Congress on Crossdressing, Sex & Gender, Philadelphia, PA.
Contact: The Renaissance Transgender Association Inc., Tel. 610-995-9119, congress@ren.org
12-14
October
2000 Annual Clinical Conference , New Orleans, Louisiana.
World Foundation For Medical Studies In Female Health.
17-21
October
10th International Conference on Menopause Yokohama, Japan.
20
October
SSTAR West Coast Fall Clinical Meeting, CA.
Registration dead line for non-member is Sep. 22. Contact Marion Johnson, Administrator, ACOG specialty Societies Services, SSTAR National office 409 12th street, S.W. Washington, DC 20024-2188.
20-21
October
The Crucible Approach Introductory Workshop: The Integration of Sex and Marital Therapy Newport Beach, CA.
Sponsored by Marriage and Family Health Center. For more information, contact Ruth K. Morehouse, Ph.D., 2922 Evergreen Parkway, Suite 310, Evergreen, CO 80439, Phone (303) 670-2630, Fax (303) 670-2392.
21
October
Twentieth Hysterectomy Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Place: The Westin Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Phone (215)563-1600.
Sponsored by The Hers Foundation, Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services, 422 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, Phone (610) 667-7757, Fax (610)667-8096.
21-26
October
Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. San Diego, CA. Contact: ASRM. Ph. 205/978-5000.
24-27
October
Latin American Congress of Sexology And Sexual Education Cusco - Peru, South America.
Sexuality And Peace Culture, CUSCO 2000. Contact:email: loperez@mail.cosapidata.com.pe, maguilar@inppares.org.pe, Ies@mail.cosapidata.com.pe
24-29
October
Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. New York, NY. Contact: Ph. 202/966-7300.
26-29
October
New Perspective in the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction Boston, Massachusetts.
The third international Female Sexual Function Forum meeting, "New Perspectives in the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction" promises to be another ideal opportunity to interact and discuss with local, national, and international peers, the latest investigational efforts in female sexual function and dysfunction. On-line registration is available.
Prize Essay and Abstract Deadline: August 31, 2000. For more information: Department of Continuing Medical Education, Boston University School of Medicine. 715 Albany St., A305 Boston, MA 02118. Tel.(617) 638-4605 Fax:(617) 638-4905 Email:cme@bu.edu
27-28
October
Trauma, Compulsion Reenactment & Self-Injury Syndrome. Syracuse, NY.
Sponsored by Masters & Johnson Programs at River Oaks Hospital. For more information, contact Barbara Bolongaro, 1525 River Oaks West, New Orleans, LA 70123, Phone (504) 734- 1740, Fax (504) 733-7020.

September

2-3
September
Gendys 2000: The Sixth International Gender Dysphoria Conference-- Hulme Hall, University of Manchester, England.
Gendys 2000 will be held with psychiatrists, psychologis, councellors, sociologists, surgeons, endocrinologists, laser specialists, speech therapists, researchers, networking with the transgendered community itself.
7-9
September
North American Menopause Society Meeting. Orlando, FL. Contact: NAMS. Ph. 440/442-7550. Email: info@menopause.org
9-12
September
The Second International Pelvic Floor Conference. University of Oxford, England.
The pelvic floor has established itself as a specialist area requiring the input from a multidisciplinary team. The conference pormises to bring together all disciplines involoved in the management of pelvic floor disorders. For more information, contact: Mr. D Kumar, C/O Conference Secretariat 3rd floor, St. James Wing St. George's Hospital Blackshaw Road, Tooting, London SW17 OQT U.K. Tel:+44(0)208-725-3611
14-16
September
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals Reproductive Health 2000. Chicago, IL.
There will be two preconferences on Women's Health in the Perimenopause and Men's Health.
23-27
September
5th International Conference on Family Violence:  Advocacy, Assessment, Intervention Research, Prevention and Policy.   Town & Country Hotel and Convention Center, San Diego, CA.    Sponsored by Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute.  Contact:  Jae Marciano, FV Conference 2000, 6160 Connerston Court East, San Diego, CA 92121.  Ph. 858/623-277 Ext. 406.  E-mail: jmarciano@mail.cspp.edu
24-26
September
First Annual Conference of the Sex Offender Commitment Defender Association (this document requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) Chicago, IL.
Deffending Sex Offenders in Civil Committment Cases is the first annual conference of the Sex Offender Commitment Defender Association, a group of defense attroneys and related professionals who specialize in sex offender civil commitment cases. The leading experts in sex offender civil commitment law and forensic mental health will present defense strategies and current psychological research in sex offender commitment cases.
24-27
September
Inaugural Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior Santa Fe, New Mexico.
29
September
Compulsive Reenactment and Toxic Adaptations: Sexual Acting Out, Self-Harm and Eating Disorders. Memphis, Tennesse.
Sponsored by Masters & Johnson Programs at River Oaks Hospital. For more information, contact Barbara Bolongaro, 1525 River Oaks West, New Orleans, LA 70123, Phone (504) 734- 1740, Fax (504) 733-7020.

August

2-4
August
Florence Crittention Roundtable 2000. San Francisco, California.
Child Welfare League of America's Florence Division Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting Biennial Roundtable will be held with hundreds of professionals in the fields of child welfare, medicine, social work, education, public policy, and research. For more information, contact: Tiffany Lindsley Tel.202-942-0318.
4-8
August
American Psychological Association Convention. Washington, DC.
5-9
August
VI International Conference on Hormones and Behavior and the IV Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology . Madrid, Spain.
10-13 August Men and Masculinity Conference. Colorado Springs, CO. Sponsered by the National Organization for Men Against Sexism.
11-13 August 50th Annual Meeting. Inventing Social Justice. Washington, DC. The Society for the Study of Social Problems. The Division of Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Community is organizing sessions on Sexuality and/in Culture and Sexualities and Social Justice. Contact: Ph. 423/974-3620.
12-16 August Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.Washington, DC.
24-28 August The Sixth International BiCon 2000. Manchester, UK.
BiCon 2000 is the 6th International Bisexual Conference and 18th UK Bisexual Convention, all rolled into one. The International BiCon has been held every two years since 1990. Contact: email:bicon@bi.org. Address:BM BiCon, London WC1N 3XX, UK

July

29 June
-2 July
For a Millenium of Sexual Health. 5th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Berlin, Germany. In conjunction with the 14th Congress of the German Society for Social Scientific Sex Research. Contact: Prof. E.J. Haeberle, Robert Koch Institute, Archive for Sexology, Hannoversche Str. 27, D-10115 Berlin. Email: HaeberleE@rki.de.
9-14 July XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, South Africa.  Contact:  PO BOX 74798, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040 South Africa.  Ph. 2712/481-2033. Fax: 2712/481-2083.   Email: aids2000@samedical.co.za.
10-15 July 8th National Colloquium. Chicago, IL. Meeting of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. Contact: APSAC, Training Dept., 407 So. Dearborn St., Ste. 1300, Chicago IL 60605. Ph. 312/554-0166.
12-15 July Eighth National Colloquium
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. Chicago, IL.
14- 15 July Trauma, Compulsion Reenactment & Self-Injury Syndrome. Indianapolis, IN.
Sponsored by Masters & Johnson Programs at River Oaks Hospital. For more information, contact Barbara Bolongaro, 1525 River Oaks West, New Orleans, LA 70123, Phone (504) 734- 1740, Fax (504) 733-7020.
15-19 July Second International Congress on Hormones, Brain and Neuropsychopharmacology. Rhodes, Greece. Contact: Dr. Uriel Halbriech, POB 121029, Nashville, TN 37212.
23-28 July XXVII International Congress of Psychology
23-30 July 28th Annual Thornfield Workshops on Sexuality, Kirkridge, PA. Consists of a 5-day SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment). Contact: Carol Dopp, POB 3158, Oakton, VA 22124.

June

1-3 June Society for Prevention Research:  8th Annual Meeting: Bridging Disciplines, Building Paradigms, and Crossing Borders in Prevention Science. Montreal, Canada. Contact: The Society for Prevention Research. Ph. 412/688-3502. SPR c/o CEDAR, St. Francis Medical Ctr., 10 EAST, 45th St. (off Penn Ave.), Pittsburgh, PA 15201
1-3 June MCEAS/OIEAHC Conference on Sexuality in Early America, Philadelphia, PA
Sponsored by the McNeil Center for Early American Studies and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. The conference examines the relationship between sexuality (desire, behavior, and attitudes) and the conditions and institutions of early American society (including New France, the Caribbean, and the Spanish borderlands). Paper proposals due February 1, 2000. Contact: Sexuality Conference, OIEAHC, POB 8781, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8781. Email: sblock@uci.edu
9 June Counseling and Therapy with Gay, Lesbian, and Bi-Sexual Youth. Pittsburg, PA.
Sponsored by AASECT District 6 and AASECT Pennsylvania Section. For more information, contact Deborah L. Moser, MS, M.ED, P.O. Box 43, Clarks Mills, PA 16114, Phone. (814) 432-0236. Fax (814) 432-0189.
9 June New approaches in Adolescent Reproductive Health Care: An Investment in Prevention. Nanticoke, PA.
Sponsored by Maternal and Family Health Services Inc. and Training 3 Family Planning Council. For more information, contact Karen L. Padden, 15 Public Square, Suite 600, Wiles-Barre, PA 18701, Phone (570) 823-7057, Fax (570) 823-3040.
16-17 June The Crucible Approach Introductory Workshop: The Integration of Sex and Marital Therapy Arlington, Virginia.
Sponsored by Marriage and Family Health Center. For more information, contact Ruth K. Morehouse, Ph.D., 2922 Evergreen Parkway, Suite 310, Evergreen, CO 80439, Phone. (303) 670- 2630, Fax (303) 670-2392.
16-18 June 2000 SPSSI Conference. Social Issues for the 21st Century, of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
19-21 June Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. a Sexual Attitudes Reassessment workshop is offered June 17-18, and an Intensive Sex Therapy Training Institute June 12-18. Contact: University of Guelph. Ph. 519/824-4120, ext. 3412. Email: kmaki@open.uoguelph.ca.
21-24 June The 26th Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research. Paris, France. Contact: Ken Zucker (Secretary-Treasurer, International Academy of Sex Research), Child Psychiatry Program, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health--Clark Division, 250 College St., Toronto, ontario M5T 1R8, Canada. Ph. 416/535-8501, ext. 4040, Fax: 416/979-4668. Email: Ken_Zucker@camh.net.
21-24 June The Endocrine Society Meeting . Toronto, Canada.
"Shaping the future of Endocrinology: Today's Research... Tomorrow's Care."
21-24 June Australian Sexual Health Conference. Darwin, Australia.
27 June-2 July 10th International Conference on Personal Relationships. Brisbane, Australia. Sponsored by the International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships.
29 June-2 July Smart Marriages 4th Annual Conference. Denver, CO. Sponsored by the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Contact: CMFCE, 5310 Belt R. NW, Washington, D.C. 20015

May

3-7 May Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. Atlanta, GA.
4-6 May NCSAC 2000 National Conference:   Turning Sexual Tragedy to Triumph.  Sheraton Colony Hotel, Alanta, GA.   Contact: ncsac@mindspring.com.
4-7 May Fourth International Congress on Crossdressing, Sex and Gender Issues. Philadelphia, PA. Theme of the conference is Gender Variance -- Beyond 2000. Contact: Congress, c/o Renaissance, 987 Old Eagle School Rd., Ste. 719, Wayne, PA 19087. Ph. 610/975-9119. Email: congress@ren.org
10-14 May American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists.
2000 Annual Conference- Sexuality and the Millennium: Integrating Tradition, Technique and Technology. Atlanta, GA. Contact: AASECT, P.O.Box 238, Mt.Vernon, Ia. 52314. Phone:(319) 895-8407
12-14 May British Association for Sexual and Relationship Therapy- Residential Conference
Sexual Addiction-Myth or Reality?
-Burleigh Court, Loughborough.
BASRT welcomes applications from people on state benefit or reduced income, and early registeration would be advisable. Contact: Dorothy Palmer info@basrt.org.uk, Cobblers Cottage, High Street, Burwash, East Sussex, TN19 7EX.
15 May Inaugural Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract deadline: May 15, 2000. Submit abstaracts electronically via:http://www.kittle.siu.edu/aahb.abstracts/
16-19 May The 18th National Conference on Health Promotion and Public Health Education/ 2000 Sophe Midyear Scientific Meeting. Denver, CO.
18 May Women in Clinical Research: Breaking through the Barriers to Recruitment and Retention-New Orleans, LA.
Society for Women's Health Research Professionals is co-sponsoring this one-day workshop with the association of clinical Research Professionals(ACRP). Key issues to be addressed include:the barriers to recruiting and retaining women in clinical trials; ethical issues relating to the informed consent process and women of childbearing potential; successful strategies for recruiting women in clinical trials; and sucessful approaches to public education and marketing of clinical trials.
Contact:Program Manager, Sarah Knab Phone:202-223-8224
19-21 May The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Midcontinent Region Annual Conference
"What is Sex?" Little Rock, Arkansas. Contact Conference Co-Chairs: Michael Young, Ph.D, meyoung@comp.uark.eduor Molly Laflin, Ph.D, mlaflin@BGNET.BGSU.EDU
Mid-May CDC Sexual Assault Conference. Dallas, Texas. Contact: Annie Howerton, NCIPC/DVP/FIVPT, CDC, Mail Stop K-60, 4770 Buford Highway, NE, Atlanta, GA USA 30345. Ph. 770/488-1288.
28-31 May 6th International Conference on the Treatment of Sexual Offenders. Looking Back/Looking Ahead: Assessment, Treatment and Research Issues for the New Millenium. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO) and the Program in Human Sexuality, Dept. of Family Practice and Community Health, University of Minnesota Medical School. Abstracts due Feb. 15, 2000. Contact: Michael Miner, Ph.D., Scientific Chair, ICTSO, 1300 S. 2nd St., Ste. 180, Minneapolis, MN 55454. Email: mminer@famprac.umn.edu
30 May-3 June American College Health Association Conference: Celebrate the Possiblities. Toronto, Canada. Contact: ACHA. Ph. 410/859-1500.

April

1 April Physical, psychological & Sexual Health of Women and Men: Helping Your Patients Have it all.
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. Contact:CWRU CME registrar. Phone:216-368-2408
5 - 8 April 2000 Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN.
6-8 April 6th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
6-9 April Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Western Region Conference: The Prism of Eroticism--Passion, Art, Therapy, Science. San Diego, CA.  Abstract:  Eroticism: We know it when we see it, and certainly when we feel it--but what exactly is it?  Sexologists agree that it has biological, psychological, and cultural components. But how much of each component? And how do these interact with each other?  Here's our chance to get a deeper exposure to eroticism in all its complexity. We are offering CEUs for MFT/LCSW re-licensure, along with AASECT CEUs. We will be offering BBS CEUs for plenaries and pre-conference workshops.   Contact: Mary Bontorin, 9408 Twin Trails Dr. #104, San Diego, CA 92129. Ph. 619/484-2535. Email: MaryBcats@aol.com.
13-14 April Whose Millennium?- Religion, Sexuality, and the Values of Citizenship.
The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies The City University of New York, NY. Contact: The graduate Center, The City University of New York, 365 Fith Avenue, NY. Telephone:212-817-1955. Email:clags@gc.cuny.edu
13-16 April Meeting of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. Williamsburg, VA.
14-15 April STDs in a Changing Europe. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: Mediscon. Ph. +31 40285 2212. Email: mediscon@iaev.nl
14-16 April The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality - Eastern Region Third Annual Conference 2000 "Speaking of Sex: Sexuality over the Lifespan." Philadelphia, PA. Contact conference co-chairs: James Achtzehn, Ph.D, ssss_jim18@yahoo.com or Marcy Vogel, Ph.D, R.N., vogel@ot.com
28-30 April PELAG: Family Voices for Equality. Washington, DC. Contact: PFLAG Apple Pie Recipe Contest, 1726 M St., NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036. Fax: 202/638-0243 Email: info@pflag.org
29 March-1 April Contraceptive Technology. San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by Contemporary Forums. Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100. Email: hlth@cforums.com
30 March -2 April The Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. Meeting includes papers submitted for the area of "sexuality, pregnancy, and childbearing." Chicago, IL. Contact: Angela Mackay. Ph.. 734/998-6567.

March

1-4 March Annual Conference of the American Psychosomatic Society. Savannah, GA. Ph. 703/556-9222.
2-5 March 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). Santa Rosa, CA. The program will consist of current research and clinical presentations related to the evaluation and treatment of sexual disorders and sexual response, incorporating psychological, medical and interpersonal approaches. Contact: Michel Dubose, SSTAR Administrator, 409 12th St., S.W., Washington, D.C. 20024-2188. Ph. 202/863-1648, Fax: 202/554-0453. Email: MDubose@acog.org
7-10 March 16th National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse.  Hunstville Hilton and Von Braun Center, Hunsville, AL.  Contact:  University of Alabama, Division of Continuing Medical Education, Hunstville Office. Ph. 256/551-4490. 
9-12 March 25th Annual Association for Women in Psychology 2000 Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.  
14-17 March 12th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference.  San Francisco, CA.  Contact:   Cliff Morrison, BOX 602, 584 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114. Ph. 415/285-8410. Fax: 415/970-9013.  Email: aidsupt@aol.com.     
15-18 March Contraceptive Technology. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by Contemporary Forums. Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100. Email: hlth@cforums.com.
16-18 March Disability, Sexuality, and Culture: Exploring Multiple Identities, San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by Human Sexuality Studies Program, San Francisco State University. The conference will assess the breadth of current research; explore and prioritize possible topics and strategies for future collaborative research; further develop the intrastructure necessary to assist researchers in conducting more critical and systematic disability and sexuality research; and make policy recommendations regarding services, programs, and education. Contact: Lainey Wolff, World Institute on Disability. Ph. 510/251-4358, Fax: 510/763-4109. TTY: 510/208-0493. Email: Lainey@wid.org.
18-19 March Clinical Issues with Lesbians and Gay Men.  The Knickerbokcer Hotel, Chicago, IL.  Sponsored by The Chicago Psychoanalytic Society in association with The Institute for Psychoanalysis.   Contact:  Eva Sandberg.  Ph. 312/922-7474 Ext. 600. 
23-25 March Annual Meeting. Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Washington, DC.
23-26 March 17th Annual Preventive Medicine Meeting. Atlanta, GA. Contact: Ph. 202/466-2569. Email: info@prevention-meeting.org

February

9-13 February Second World Congress on the Aging Male. Geneva, Switzerland. Cosponsored by the International Society for Study of the Aging Male, World Health Organization, European Association of Urology, European Menopause and Andropause Society, and the Societe International d'Urology. Visit the Web site at http://www.kenes.com/aging. Contact: Secretariat, PO Box 1731, 7 Rue de Berne, CH-1211, Geneva 1, Switzerland Tel: + 41 22 908 1855; Fax: + 41 22 908 1835. Email: agingmale@kuoni.ch
10-12 February Strenghening College Learning Through a Focus on Public Health And HIV/AIDS conference co-sponsored by AAC&U, NAFEO, and NASPA.  Contant NASPA, (202) 265-7500 or http://www.naspa.org for more information.
18-20 February Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender College Conference 2000 . The theme is "Makin Waves Into the New Millennium". The conference will be held on the campus of Saint Cloud State University in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. More information at http://www.stcloudstate.edu/~mblgtcc/
27-29 February Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:  Critical Issues in Theory and Practice, Annual Conference. Santana Barbara, CA. 

January

9-16 January Thornfield Workshop on Sexuality, Kirkridge, PA. Consists of a 5-day SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment). Contact: Carol Dopp, Coordinator, POB 3158, Oakton, VA 22124. Ph. 703/532-3702.
28-30 January Infectious Diseases 2000: A Clinical Review. Miami, FL. Sponsored by the American Association of Reproductive Health Professionals. Contact: ARHP

1999

17-20 November Celebrating 20 Years of Work in Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention: Creating Programs for the Future. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by the National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention (NOAPPP). Conference tracks include: Selling Your Programs to Local Decision Makers and Funders, Demonstrating Effects of Policies or Politics on Teen Access to Services, Documenting Successful Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs, Reporting of Successful Programs for Pregnant Teens, Illustrating Successful Teen Parenting Programs and Creating the Best Programs for the New Millennium. Phone contact for NOAPPP: 202/234-4363
12-13 November Ethics in Sexual and Relationship Therapy and Research. Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England. Sponsored by the British Association for Sexual and Relationship Therapy. Contact: Corothy Palmer, Cobbler's Cottage, High St., Burwash, East Sussex TN19 7EX. Ph. 01509 211515
12-15 November National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference. Borders, Boundaries, and Beacons: Diverse Families in Dynamic Societies. Irvine, CA.
7-11 November American Public Health Association 1999 Annual Meeting. Celebrating a Century of Progress in Public Health. Chicago, IL. Contact: APHA, 800 I St. NW, Washington, DC 20001. Ph. 202/777-2742.
5-8 November U.S. Conference on AIDS. Denver, CO. Sponsored by the National Minority AIDS Council. Contact: 202/483-6622.
5-6 November Talking Gender and Sexuality. Symposium at Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark. Contact: paul@sprog.auc.dk
4-5 November First International Conference on Sexual Disorders. London, UK. Sponsored by: Society for Investigation and Management of Sexual Disorders and Hospital Medicine. Health and mental health professionals are encouraged to attend. Deadline for abstracts is August 31. For information, contact: ktorun@webstar.co.uk
3-7 November 1999 Joint Annual Meeting of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. The Context of Sexuality: The 20th Century Research. St. Louis, Missouri. Contact: SSSS, PO Box 240, Mt. Vernon, IA 52314. Ph. (319) 895-8407. Email: TheSociety@worldnet.att.net.
1 November Advances in Reproductive and Sexual Health. New York, NY. Sponsored by Planned Parenthood of New York City and the New York Academy of Medicine. Contact: Planned Parenthood of NYC. Ph. 212/274-7255. Email: gladys.aviles@ppnyc.org
28-31 October International Conference on Survey Nonresponse. Portland, OR.
27-30 October 73rd Annual American School Health Association Conference. Kansas City, KS. Contact: ASHA Ph. 330/678-1603. Email: lhrobak@ashaweb.org
27-29 October Contraceptive Technology: Quest for Excellence. Atlanta, GA. Sponsored by Contemporary Forums and Emory University. Special Preconference October 17th on Adolescent Health Care. Contact: Contamporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100. Email: hlth@cforums.com
25-26 October CAIR Conference 1999:State of the Science in HIV/AIDS Prevention. Milwaukee, WI. Presented by the Center for AIDS Intervention Research. Contact: CAIR at 414/456-7700.
24-27 October 12th Annual Executive Summit on Women's Health. Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the National Association for Women's Health. Post-Conference Institute on Midlife Women: Shaping the Health Care Market, Oct. 27th. Contact: NAWH, 175 W. jackson Blvd., Ste. A1711, Chicago, IL 60604.
22-24 October The 1999 New Perspectives in the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction International, Multi-Disciplinary Meeting. Boston, MA. Hosted by the Boston University School of Medicine. Contact: Irwin Goldstein, M.D., Prof. of Urology, Boston University School of Medicine. Ph. 617/638-8555 Email: igoldst@bu.edu
22-24 October What Is Trans/Gender: A Symposium Provincetown, MA. An interdisciplinary seminar with a maximum of 60 participants. Contact: TG Week Symposium, Dept. of Philosophy, York Univeresity, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, Onatario M3J 1P3, Canada.
19-24 October Annual Meeting of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Chicago, IL. Contact: Ph. 202/966-7300.
17-21 October 9th International Congress on the Menopause. Yokohama, Japan. Contact: International Menopause Society, 116, Av. de Broqueville, Bte 2, 1200 Brussels, Belgium. Ph. (02) 772-21-83. Secretariat for the 9th International Congress on the Menopause, c/o Conference and Event Dept., Simul International, Inc., Kowa Bldg. No. 9, 1-8-10, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107, Japan.
15-17 October X National Congress of Sexology and Sexuality Education. Bogota, Colombia. This congress on sexuality in Colombia is sponsored by the Sociedad Colombiana de Sexolog╠a.
14-16 October 5th Annual Conference of the World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. San Francisco, CA. Includes sessions on menopause, contraception, hormone replacement therapy, and gender-specific medicine.
October Seventh Conference on Health Survey Research Methods. Urbana, IL. Call for papers deadline: Dec. 4, 1998. Contact: Diane O'Rourke, Survey Research Laboratory, U. of Illinois, 909 W. Oregon, Ste. 300, Urbana, IL 61801. Ph. (217) 333-4273.
10-12 October National Conference on Women and HIV/AIDS. Los Angeles, CA. Contact: Ph. 609/423-7222.
3-6 October 3rd Meeting of the European Society for Impotence Research. Istanbul, Turkey. Organization: Pera Organization, Medkon Travel & Tourism. Congress Secretariat Rumeli Cad. Ipek Apt. 70/5, Osmanbey, TR-80220 Istanbul, Turkey. Ph. + 90 212 230 55 35. Fax: + 90 212 230 49 23 Email: serpilb@antmarin.com.tr
1-2 October 5th Seminar of the European Society of Contraception.. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Cosponsored by the Dutch Foundation for Contraception, the Dutch Society of Sexology, and the Rutgers Foundation. Contact: ESC Central Office, Orga-Med, Essenestraat 77, B-1740 Ternat, Belgium.
23-25 September 10th Anniversary Meeting of the North American Menopause Society. New York, NY.
17-19 September Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology. 22nd Meeting. Grimstad, Norway. The program is to focus on the cultrual construction of sexuality, consequences of new pharmacological tools in the treatment of sexual dysfunction, and psyche-soma (dualism or interaction?). English is the conference language. Contact: Elsa Almaas/Esben Benestad, Storgaten 42, N-4890 Grimstad, Norway. Email: eaeb@online.no
12-16 September XI International Conference on AIDS/STDS in Africa. Lusaka, Zambia. Conference theme is Looking into the Future: Setting Priorities for HIV/AIDS. Sponsored by: Society on AIDS in Africa. Includes a track on the determinants of the spread of HIV/STDs and prevention interventions. Contact: xi-icasa@zamnet.zm.
9-10 September Love, Marriage and Children. New York, NY. Workshop sponsored by the Milton Erickson Foundation. Keynote address by Helen Fisher, Ph.D., "The Anatomy of Love."
3-4 September Gendys 2000: The Sixth Gender Dysphoria Conference. United Kingdom. Additional information unavailable at this time.
29 August-1 September 1999 National HIV Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA. Abstract submission deadline is April 2, 1999. Registration: National Minority AIDS Council, Attn. NHPC, 1931 13th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009-4432. Ph. 404/639-1942. Email: 99HIVCONF@cdc.gov
23-27 August 14th World Congress of Sexology: Sexuality in the New Millenium. Hong Kong, China. The biennial congress of the World Association for Sexology. Hosted by the Hong Kong Sex Education Associaton and the University of Hong Kong, Dept. of Psychiatry. Organized by the Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong. Second Call for Papers is 15 April 1999. Contact: 14th World Congress of Sexology, Secretariat: The Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong, 4/F., Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Rd., Hong Kong. Ph. 852-2527-8898. Fax 852-2866-7530. Email: sigfmshk@netvigator.com
20-24 August American Psychological Association Conference. Boston, MA.
17-21 August XVI Harry Benjamin International Symposium. Gender Dysphoria: Future Directions, London, England. Presentations will address surgery, psychology, endocrinology, and the sociology of gender identity disorder. Scientific Program Contact: Richard Green, M.D., J.D., Chair, Gender Identity Clinic, Charing Cross Hospital, Dept. of Psychiatry, London W6 8RF, UK. Ph. 44-181-846-1516. Email: r.green@s1.cxwms.ac.uk. Poster deadline is May 1, 1999. Registration: Christine Wheeler, Ph.D., Treasurer, HBIGDA, 310 E. 46 St., Ste. 12H, New York, NY 10017 USA. Email: HBIGDA at robin009@gold.tc.umn.edu
6-11 August XI World Congress of Psychiatry: Psychiatry on New Thresholds, Hamburg, Germany. Two symposia are planned related to sexuality: "Sexology for the Psychiatrist," and the "Sildenafil Revolution." Congress Contact: Prof. W. Gaebel. Fax: (49-40) 670-3283.
6-10 August American Sociological Association Meeting, Transitions in World Society: At Century's End. Chicago, IL.
5-7 August Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Citizenship in an Era of Globalization: Threats to and Struggles for Legal, Political, Social and Cultural Rights. Chicago, IL. Program will include sexual minority rights.
21-25 July Sexual Abuser Treatment Seminar. Buffalo, WY. A continuing education workshop to provide treatment planning and counseling skills applicable to a variety of sex offenders. Taught by Geral Blanchard and Jannine Hebert. Contact: Rocky Mountain Destinations, LLC, Dr. Steven Hoyle, POB 604, 30 Upper Hideaway Lane, Big Horn, WY 82833. Email: sghoyle@hotmail.com
22-24 July IASSC: Sexual Diversity and Human Rights. Manchester, England. Sponsored by the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Society, and Culture, and the Sociology Department, Manchester Metropolitan University. Contact: Gail Hawkes, Dept. of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University Geoffrey Manton Building, Rosamond Street West, Off Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6LL, UK. Ph. (+44) (0) 161 247 3464. Fax: (+44) (0) 161 247 6321. Email: g.hwakes@mmu.ac.uk.
24-31 July Thornfield 27th Annual Workshop on Sexuality. Cazenovia, NY. The workshop consists of a five-day SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment), plus a day of skill-building workshops. Contact: Carol Dopp, Coordinator, P.O. Box 3158, Oakton, VA 22124.
31 July - 3 August Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting. Pullman, WA. Includes a symposium on sexual differentiation.
31 July - 7 August Sexuality and Human Nature: A Scientific, Religious, and Moral Exploration. Star Island, NH. Sponsored by the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science. Contact: Bonnie Falla, 810 1/2 N. 9th St., Allentown, PA 18102. Ph. 610/432-8711.
12-14 July 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on Women and Health. Edinburgh, Scotland. Sponsored by the European Association for Research on Women and Health.
11-14 July International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research. Denver, Colorado. Contact: ISSTDR Meeting Secretariat, HCC Inc, One Bridge Plaza, Suite 350, Fort Lee, NJ 07024-9885. Phone: (201) 947-5545. FAX: (201) 947-8406.
8-11 July Men and Masculinities. Pasadena, CA. Sponsored by the National Organization for Men Against Sexism.
1-4 July Third Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family, and Couples Education. Washington, D.C. Pre- and post-conference institute topics include intimacy and passion in marriage. Over 100 seminars and workshops are offered on topics ranging from marriage preparation, marital sex, tantric sex, and avoiding/coping with infidelity. Up to 54 hours CE for counselors, psychologists, and other professionals. Contact: Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education, 5310 Belt Rd., NW, Washington, DC 20015. Ph. 215/822-6319. Email: maccinc@enter.net
1-3 July 1st International Consultation on Erectile Dysfunction. Paris, France. Sponsored by the World Health Organization and the International Union Against Cancer. Contact: Pr. Saad Khoury, Clinique Urologique, (Pr. Richard) H┘pital de la Piti╚, 83 bd de l'H┘pital 75634 Paris Cedex 13 - France. Email: khoury@pratique.fr
26-30 June Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Annual Meeting. Charlottesville, VA. Keynote address is on the role of glia-to-neuron signaling in the neuroendocrine control of female sexual development. Registration Contact: Dr. Emilie Rissman, SBN 1999 Annual Meeting, Biology-Gilmer Hall, U. of Virgina, Charlottesville, VA 22903-2477.
24-26 June Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research. Toward a Synthesis of Prevention Science Paradigms Over the Life Course. New Orleans, LA. Contact: Rita Santucci, SPR Adminis. Coordinator, St. Francis Medical Center, 10E, 45th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201. Ph. 412/622-6174. Email: rds2@vms.cis.pitt.edu
23-26 June International Academy of Sex Research. 25th Annual Meeting.. Stony Brook, NY. Contact: Kenneth Zucker. Email: zuckerk@cs.clarke-inst.on.ca
13-15 June Sex and Abuse of Power in Religious Systems. Collegeville, MN. The 1999 National Conference of the Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute. Contact: ISTI, Saint John's Abbey and University, Collegeville MN 56321. Ph. 877/IST-IHLP. Email: isti@csbsju.edu.
12-15 June The Endocrine Society 81st Meeting. San Diego, CA. Includes a symposium on Sex and the Brain and a plenary on HRT vs. SERM.
7-16 June Sexuality, Relationships and Health. 21st Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality. Contact: Karen Maki, Program Development Coordinator, 160 Johnston Hall, U. of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada. Phone: 519/824-4120, ext. 3412. Email: kmaki@open.uoguelph.ca.
2-6 June Seventh National Colloquium. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. San Antonio, TX.
2-5 June American College Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Includes sessions on: sexual assault, male reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, contraception, perimenopausal women, and STDs. Contact: ACHA Annual Meeting, POB 28937, Baltimore, MD 21240-8937.
1-2 June 3rd Annual National Symposium on Overcoming Barriers to Condom Use. New York University, New York, New York. Sponsored by: Pharmacists Planning Service Inc., New York University School of Education, Department of Health Studies, Columbia University School of Public Health, The Condom Resource Center, Advocates for Youth, Hunter College Center for AIDS, Drugs, and Community Health, The University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health, Planned Parent hood of New York, and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Public Health. Contact: PPSI, 101 Lucas Valley Rd., Ste. 210-E, San Rafael, CA 94903. Email: PPSI@aol.com
26-29 May 7th Brazilian Congress on Human Sexuality. Rio De Janeiro. Contact: Secretaria de Evento. Phone: (55 21) 537-9134. Email: mail@jz.com.br
23-26 May 11th National Health Promotion Conference. Perth, Australia. One of the conference themes is sexual health. Contact: petrconf@iinet.net.au
20 - 23 May Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Mid-Continent Annual Meeting. Masturbation and Fantasy: Implications for Sexual Health. Madison, WI. Contact: Richard Keeling, M.D., U. of Wisconsin, Health Services, 1552 University Ave., Madison, WI 53705. Ph. 608/262-1885.
14-16 May British Association for Sexual and Marital Therapy National Conference. Theory, Research, and Practice -- The Way Forward.. Burleigh Court, Loughborough, UK. John Bancroft, M.D., Director, The Kinsey Institute, will speak on The Interface between Psychological Process and Physiological Response: The Missing Piece in Sex Therapy. Contact: BASMT, Burleigh Court, Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3TD, UK. Email: info@basmt.org.uk.
13-15 May Spinal Cord Injuries: Issues and Advances. Seattle, WA. A multidisciplinary conference that includes sessions on "Assessment and Treatment of Male Sexual Function" and "Integrating Sexuality into the SCI Team." Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100, Ext. 3.
12 May Religion and Sexuality. Normal, IL. A conference for clergy, counselors, teachers, social service agency staff, and others. Keynote speaker is Debra Haffner, President, SIECUS. Contact: Lisa Schwartz, Coord. Prof. Ed., Planned Parenthood of East Central Illinois, 302 E. Stoughton, Champaign, IL 61820. Ph. 217/359-3418. Email: lschwartz@ppeci.org
30 April - 2 May Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Eastern Region Annual Meeting. Sexuality, Diversity and Multiculturalism: The Challenge of Creating an Inclusive Sexology. Philadelphia, PA. The conference will address experiences of those of diverse races, ethnicities, gender expressions, sexual orientations, cultures, classes, and mental and physical abilities. Contact: Deborah Stevens, Ph.D., Conf. Chair, Park Towne Place S1112, 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130. Ph. 215/563-2334. Email: dbstevens@earthlink.net
30 April Gender & Human Sexuality. A Continuing Medical Education Conference. Washington, D.C. This program is designed for clinicians treating patients with conditions that result in sexual dysfunction. The goal is to provide an appreciation of gender differences and to identify gaps in current knowledge. Chairperson: Raymond C. Rosen, Ph.D. Co-sponsored by The Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia and The Office of Research on Women's Health at the National Institutes of Health. For information, contact: Programs in Medicine, 3415 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073. Ph. 610/325-4580.
28-30 April Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. Canberra, Australia.
22-25 April Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Western Region Conference. Sexuality at the Millenium: Where Are We? Where Are We Going?. San Francisco, CA. Contact: David Hall, Ph.D., Executive Director WR at airsafe@gotnet.net. Registration: Lyndall Ellingson, Ph.D., Health and Community Services, Butte Hall 607, CSU, Chico, CA 95939. Ph. 530/898-6310.
21-24 April 2nd East-West Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence. Prague, The Czech Republic. Led by the Czech Sexological Society, the goal of this conference is the mutual and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and information among colleagues from western and eastern countries. The official language of the conference is English. Email: eastwest@bsdi.infima.cz.
13-17 April International Family Therapy Association XI World Congress. Akron, OH. Congress Secretariat: Jackie Goodchild, Akron Child Guidance Center, 312 Locust St., Akron, OH 44302-1878. Ph. 330/258-0953; 800/498-0001. Email: goodj@akroncg.org
10-13 April 24th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Andrology Louisville, KY.
8-10 April National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity National Conference. Sex, Spirituality, and Joy.. St. Louis, MO. Contact: NCSAC Conference Host Office, 3722 W. 50h St. 3321, Minneapolis, MN 55410. ejgrif@aol.com
8-9 April V Brazilian Congress on Impotence. Sao Paulo, Brazil. Sponsored by the Brazilian Association for Studies on Impotence, rua Heitor de Morais, 61, 01234-010, Sao Paulo - SP, Brazil. Ph. 55-11-864-1805.
7-9 April Beyond Homophobia: Rethinking Anti-Gay Violence, Heterosexism and Homophobia in Multiple Perspectives. San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by the Human Sexuality Studies Program, San Francisco State University, chaired by Gilbert Herdt, Ph.D. This international conference will look at the meaning of homophobia as a concept for research and social policy formation. Contact: Edmond Seban, Conference Assistant, Human Sexuality Studies Program, SFSU, 1600 Holloway Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132. Ph. 414/452-6062. Fax: 415/452-6055. Email: eseban@sfsu.edu.
5 April National Colloquium on the Future of Sexuality Education. New York, NY. By invitation only. Contact: Monica Rodriguez, SIECUS Director of Education, 212/819-9770, ext. 305.
25-27 March Contraceptive Technology: Issues and Options in Reproductive Health Care. Washington, D.C. Presented by the authors of Contraceptive Technology. Contact; Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100, ext. 3.
18-21 March Prevention 99: Scientific, Political & Social Priorities for the 21st Century. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by the American College of Preventive Medicine. Contact: clm@acpm.org.
12-14 March HIV Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies. Indianapolis, IN. Sponsored by the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Contact: RCAp National Conference, Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, 801 E. Seventh St., IU, Bloomington, IN 47405.
11-13 March Contraceptive Technology: Issues and Options in Reproductive Health Care. San Francisco, CA. Presented by the authors of Contraceptive Technology. Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568. Ph. 925/828-7100, ext. 3.
4-7 March 24th Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research. Sex Therapy in the Post Viagra Era. Boston, MA. A conference for sex therapists and primary care physicians. Topics to be addressed are male and female sexuality, anxiety-induced sexual dysfunction, and treatment of sexual compulsive disorders. Speakers include Irwin Goldstein, M.D., Steven Levine, M.D., Andrew McCullough, MD, Raymond Rosen, Ph.D., Stanley Althof, Ph.D., Barry McCarthy, Ph.D., Barbara Sherwin, Ph.D., and Sandra Leiblum, Ph.D.Contact: Registation Office, New York University, Post-Graduate Medical School, Murray Hill Station, POB 1855, New York, NY 10016. Ph. 212/263-5295. The deadline for hotel reservations is February 10th.
19-21 February 1999 Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender College Conference: Moving Forward, Looking Back. Madison, WI. Contact: MBLGTCC '99, Registration, POB 260079, Madison, WI 53726. Email: mblgtcc@tps.stdorg.wisc.edu Ph. 608/262-7365.
4-8 January Love, Sex, and Relationships: Implications for Personal Health and Professional Practice. Piscataway, NJ. Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Human Sexuality Program. Contact: Tracey Post-Zwicker, UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School-DECM, 675 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08857 Ph. 732/235-4273.

1998

3-5 December
35th Annual Meeting of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.. St. Louis, MO. Provides updates on new contraceptive advances, on the role of genetics in reproductive medicine, and on medical abortion technology.

6-9 December
1998 National STD Prevention Conference. Dallas, TX. Co-sponsored by the Division of STD Prevention, Centers for Disease Prevention, and the American Social Health Association.

20-22 November
National Clinical Conference: Perimenopause, Los Angeles, CA. Sponsored by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.

20-22 November
IX International Journeys and 2nd International Journeys on Sexuality and Disability. Mexico, D.F. Organized by the Mexican Institute of Sexology. Contact: gayou@data.net.mx

19-22 November
Marriage, Morality and Emotions -- Updating Edward Westermarck: An International Symposium. Helsinki, Finland. Keynote speakers include Maurice Bloch jointly with Dan Sperber, Robin Fox, Frank Salter, Frans de Waal, Arthur P. Wolf. Contact: Jukka-Pekka.Takala@Helsinki.Fi

15-19 November
1998 American Public Health Association Convention. Washington, DC. Contact: APHA, 1015 15th St. NW, Ste. 300, Washington, DC 20005. Ph. 202/789-5600. Convention info: 202/789-5646. Related APHA section: Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health.

11-15 November
1998 National Joint Meeting of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists: Sex and the Media. Los Angeles, CA. Contact: Don Strassberg, Ph.D., Dept. of Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112.

6-8 November
Sexuality and Intimacy Conference. Los Angeles, CA. Sponsored by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc., and The Couples Institute. Conference faculty include: Lonnie Barbach, Ph.D., Joseph LoPiccolo, Ph.D., and David Schnarch, Ph.D. Contact: The Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc. 3606 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016-6500. Ph. 602/956-6196. Email: mhreg@aol.com.

6 November
Kinsey at 50: Reflections on Changes in American Sexuality. San Francisco State University, CA. Speakers include Carole Vance, Columbia University, and John Gagnon, SUNY-Stony Brook. Sponsored by the program in Human Sexuality Studies. Contact information: Prof. Gil Herdt., Chair, San Francisco State University Human Sexuality Studies Program, 415/338-1343.

5-6 November
Preventive Intervention Research at the Crossroads: Contributions and Opportunities from the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Bethesda, MD. Sponsored by the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, Office of Disease Prevention, National Institutes of Health. Includes session on "Reaching High-Risk Youths to Change Sexual Behavior."

29-30 October
Gender & Culture: Contemporary Struggles in Mental Health. Chicago, IL. Contact: Dr. Nancy Newton at nnewton@csopp.edu

28-31 October
IX Congreso Latinoamericano de Sexolog╠a y Educaci█n Sexual: Hacia la equidad en la diferencia. M╚xico City, D.F. Sponsored by the Federaci█n Latinoamericana de Sociedades de Sexolog╠a y Educaci█n Sexual. Organized by the Federaci█n Mexicana de Educaci█n Sexual y Sexolog╠a, A.C. Contact: FMESS, Tezoquipa 26, Colonia la Joya, Mexico D.F. 14000, Mexico.

26 October
Adolescent Sexual Health. New York, NY. Presented by Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. Contact: Planned Parenthood of NYC, Education Dept, 26 Bleecker St., NY, NY 10012.

17 October
Brain and Behavior: Sexual Dysfunction and Paraphilias. New Orleans, LA. Presented by Tulane University. Contact: Center for Continuing Education, Tulane U. Medical Center, 1430 Tulane Ave. (TB 51), New Orleans, LA 70112.

15-18 October
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy 56th Annual Conference: Preventive Family Therapy. Dallas, TX. Joseph LoPiccolo speaking on Post-Modern Sex Therapy.Contact: 202/452-0109 or email kogrady@aamft.org.

12-14 October
Sexuality in Europe. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Organized by the Association des Etats G╚n╚raux des Etudiants de L'Europe (AEGEE). The European students' association conference featured lectures, workshops, case studies, and other presentations on a variety of topics. Contact: AEGEE, PO Box 2864 2601 CW Delft, The Netherlands. Ph. ++31 (0) 15 26 23 928. Fax: ++31 (0) 15 27 86 425. Email: sexuality@aegee.org.

14-17 October
17th Annual Research and Treatment Conference. Vancouver, Canada. Sponsored by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. Contact: ATSA, 10700 SW Beaverton-Hilldale Hwy., Ste #26, Beaverton, OR 97005. Ph. 503/643-1023. Email: atsa@atsa.com

13-14 October
1995 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG): Research Conference. Hyattsville, MD. Sponsored by the National Center for Health Statistics.

9-11 October
Queer Theories: A National Conference on Gay and Lesbian Studies. Reno, Nevada. Sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Student Union at the University of Nevada, Reno. Deadline for call for papers by students and faculty is August 14, 1998. Contact: Queer Theories, c/o BLGSU, Mail Stop /056, U. of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NY 89557.

7-9 October
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Adolescent Health and Sexuality: Research and Health Promotion. Tucson, AZ. Sponsored by the Institute for Children, Youth and Families, University of Arizona. Email: jules@u.arizona.edu

4-9 October
16th World Congress on Fertility and Sterility. San Francisco, CA. Email: asrm@asrm.org

3-7 October
3rd Meeting of the European Society for Impotence Research. Istanbul, Turkey. Organization: Pera Organization, Medkon Travel & Tourism. Ph. + 90 212 230 55 35. Fax: + 90 212 230 49 23 Email: serpilb@antmarin.com.tr

2-3 October
Estrogens and Human Health Conference. Urbana, IL. Hosted by the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology.

25-28 September
20th Anniversary of the Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology: Disease and Sexuality. Rungstedgaard, Rungstep Strandvej 107, Rungsted Kyst, Denmark. Contact: Christian Graugaard, Brumleby 432, DK-2100 Kobenhavn, Denmark. Email: kack@post9.tele.dk

23-27 September
International Conference on the Pelvic Floor. Montreal, Canada. One of the program themes is Sexology and there are various workshops related to sexual functioning and sexual problems. Contact: ICPF '98 conference Secretariat, COPLANOR Congres Inc., 511 Place d'Armes, Ste. 600, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2W7, Canada.

18-20 September
The Third International Congress on Sex and Gender: trAnsGender AGENDA for the End of the Millennium. Exeter College, Oxford Univeresity, Oxford, England. Hosted by Press for Change (PFC). Contact: Jan Cobb, PFC, BM Network, London WC1N 3XX.

18-21 September
IV Congress of the European Federation of Sexology (EFS). Lisbon, Portugal. Contact: Dr. Goreti Janeiro, Servico de Psicotherapia Comportamental do Hospital Julio de Matos, Av. do Brazil, 53-1799 Lisboa Codex, Portugal. Ph. (+35-1) 797-1141. Fax: (+35-1) 795-2989.

16-19 September
9th Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society . Toronto, Canada. Contact: NAMS, POB 94527, Cleveland, OH 44101-4527. Ph. 216/844-8748. Fax: 216/844-8708. Email: info@menopause.org (Abstracts of the meeting will be published in Menopause, v.. 5, n. 4)

8-10 September
Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology. Edinburgh, Scotland.

24-28 August
8th World Meeting on Impotence Research and the 11th Symposium on Corpus Cavernosum Revascularization. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This biannual, interdisciplinary meeting is hosted by the Dutch Society for Impotence Research (DSIR) and sponsored by the International Society for Impotence Research (ISIR). Congress Secretariat: Marianne Mulder, Secretariat DSIR, Dept. of Urology, University Hospital Nijmegen, PO Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Fax +31-24-3541031. ISIR Congress Office: Status Plus Conferences, PO Box 97, 3950 AB Maarn, The Netherlands. Telephone: +31-343-443888. Fax: +31-343-442043. Email: statusplus@compuserve.com

21-25 August
American Sociological Association Annual Conference: Inequality and Social Policy. San Francisco, CA. The new Section on Sociology of Sexualities will sponsor a paper session on "Cross-Cultural Sexualities: National and Global Practices." The meeting also will include sessions related to gender, the social dimensions of AIDS, fertility, sociology of the body, and gay and lesbian issues. Email: meetings@asanet.org

14-18 August
Conference of the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

6-9 August
World Pornography Conference. Los Angeles, CA. Sponsored by the Center for Sex Research, California State University - Northridge, and the Free Speech Coalition, a membership group of erotic film producers, directors, and others. Contact: James Elias, Center for Sex Research, California State University - Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330, or email james.elias@csun.edu

5-7 August
Fifth International Symposium on Sexual Mutilations: Medical, Legal and Ethical Considerations in Paediatric Practice. Oxford, England. Sponsored by the National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers. Contact: NOCIRC, POB 2512, San Anselmo, CA 94979. Ph. 415/488-9883.

29-31 July 1998
Queer Games? Theories, Politics, Sports
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: Conference Committee, p/a Gert Hekma, Sociologisch Instituut, Oude Hoogstraat 24, 1012 CE Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ph. +31-20-525-2226; Fax +31-20-525-2197. Email: hekma@pscw.uva.nl

25-29 July 1998
National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference and the 16th National AIDS/HIV Forum. San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by the National Lesbian and Gay Health Association. Conference tracks include Sexuality, Sexual Behavior, and Health, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Bisexual Health, Gay Men's Sexual Cultures, and HIV and AIDS. Contact: Registrar, 20th Anniversary NLGHA Conference. POB 33022, Washington, DC 20033.

21-26 July 1998
World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Acapulco, Mexico.

19-22 July 1998
Working with America's Youth, 13th Annual Conference. San Antonio, Texas. Presented by the National Resource Center for Youth Services at University of Oklahoma and Co-sponsored by the National Network for Youth. Contact: College of Continuing Education, U. of Oklahoma, 202 W. 8th St., Tulsa, OK 74119-1419. Ph. 918/585-2986. Email: sschelbar@ou.edu.

17-21 July 1998
German-Chinese Conference on Sexual Health. Berlin, Germany. Organizers are Prof. E.J. Haeberle and Prof. Liu Dalin, Shanghai. Contact: E.J. Haeberle, Archiv fŞr Sexualwissenschaft, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany. Email: HaeberleE@RKI.DE

12-17 July 1998
XIII World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression. Mahwah, New Jersey. Contact: Roger N. Johnson, Sch. of Theoretical and Applied Science, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ 07430. Ph. 201/529-7755. Email: rjohnson@ramapo.edu.

9-12 July 1998
The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children: Sixth National Colloquium
Chicago, IL. APSAC welcomes submissions from members and non-members on new research and practice findings concerning legal, medical, mental health, investigative, preventative and protective services work with abused children, their families, and perpetrators of abuse. Contact: APSAC, 407 S. Dearborn, Ste. 1300, Chicago, IL 60605. Ph. 312/554-0166. Fax: 312/554-0919. Email: APSACEduc@aol.com

8-12 July 1998 Smart Marriages, Happy Families. Washington, D.C. The Second Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education. Contact: CMFCE, 5310 Belt Rd., NW, Washington, DC 20015. Email: CMFCE@smartmarriages.com

6-8 July 1998 Florence Crittenton Division Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting Biennial Roundtable: Navigating the Currents of Change
Charleston, South Carolina. Sponsored by the Child Welfare League of America. Contact: CWLA, 440 First St. NW, Third Floor, Washington, DC 20001. Ph. 202/638-2952; Fax 202/638-4004.

28 June-3 July 1998
12th World AIDS Conference
Geneva, Switzerland. Organized under the auspices of the International AIDS Society. Conference Secretariat: Congrex, AB, Box 5619, 114 86, Stockholm, Sweden. Email: aids98@congrex.se Conference Chair: Bernard Hirschel, M.D., Geneva University Hospital CH-1211, Geneva 14, Switzerland. Ph. +41 22 372 98 04; Fax +41 22 372 98 20. Email: aids@dminov1.hcugo.ch

27-28 June 1998
International Symposium on HIV Prevention. Official Satellite Meeting of the 12th World AIDS Conference 1998. Geneva, Switzerland. Organized by the Swiss AIDS Federation, POB 141, CH-8031 Zurich, Switzerland (aids@aids.ch). Contact: International Symposium on HIV Prevention, c/o AKM Congress Service, Clarastrasse 57, POB CH-4005 Basel, Switzerland. Fax: +41 61-686 77 88.

26-27 June 1998
2nd Cape Cod Conference on Sexual Function Assessment in Clinical Trials: the Assessment and Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction
. Hyannis, Massachusetts. Conference co-chairs are: Julia Heiman, Ph.D., Michael O'Leary, M.D., and Raymond Rosen, Ph.D. Attendance is by invitation only. Contact: Judy Spolarich-Kroll, Brigham & Women's Hospital, ASB II-3 Urology, 45 Francis St., Boston, MA 02115. Ph. 617/732-7223.

20-24 June 1998
9th International Conference on Personal Relationships
Saratoga Springs, NY

19-21 June 1998
Gender, Sexuality, and Law Conference, "Reflections: New Directions"
Staffordshire, England. Contact: GSL98 Conference, Dept. of Law, Keele University, Staffordshire ST5 5BG, England, UK. Email: GSL98@keele.ac.uk.

19-21 June 1998
SSSS Mid-Continent Region Annual Conference: New Frontiers, New Visions: Investigation and Explanation in Human Sexuality
Indianapolis, IN. Contact: Michael Wiederman, Ph.D., Program Chair, Ball State University, Dept. of Psychological Science, Muncie, IN 47306-0520. Ph. 765-285-1690.

18-21 June 1998
Summer Sex Therapy Institute
Arlington Heights, IL. Sponsored by: Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Contact: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 3606 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016. Ph. 602/956-6196. Email: office@erickson-foundation.org

15-17 June 1998
20th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Instituteon Sexuality. Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by the Department of Family Studies, University of Guelph. The conference theme this year is "Children and Youth: Strategies and Skills for Sexual Health Education and Services." Attached to the conference is an Intensive Sex Therapy Training Institute, and a Sexual Attitudes Reassessment Weekend. Contact: Office of Open Learning, 159 Johnston Hall, U. of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1. Email: info@open.uoguelph.ca.

13-21 June 1998
Summer Sex Therapy Institute. Arlington Heights, IL. Sponsored by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Contact: The Milton Erickson Foundation, 3606 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016. Ph. 602/956-6196. Email: office@erickson-foundation.org

10-14 June 1998
SSSS Western Region Annual Conference: The Power of Sex
Honolulu, HI. Two continuing education workshops will be given on sex therapy and one on hormone replacement therapy and sexuality, Conference Contact: David Hall, Ph.D., 2111 Lido Circle, Stockton, CA 95207-6014. Ph. 209/474-7421. Email: airsafe@gotnet.net

10-14 June 1998 Foundations for the Twenty-First Century: Scholarship, Activism, Community. Oswego, NY. National Women's Studies Association Conference. Includes plenaries on "The Politics of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Communities," and "Beyond the Sex Wars: Sex Work and Feminism into the 21st Century."

3-6 June 1998
1998 Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research.
Sirmione, Italy. Contact: zuckerk@cs.clarke-inst.on.ca. Registration to: Dr. Cesare Carani, Instituto de Patologia Media, Clinica Medica 1, Cattedra de Endocrinologia, Universita de Modena, Via Del Pozzo, 71, 4110 Modena, Italy.

23-24 May 1998
Conference on Russian Pornography.
Los Angeles, CA. This conference at the University of Southern California will look at the explosion of pornography in Russia since the end of the USSR. The phenomenon will be examined from various disciplinary perspectives. Sponsored by the International Research and Exchanges Board, USC, and the Southern California Consortium for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Contact: Prof. Marcus C. Levitt, Dept. of Slavic Languages, USC, Los Angeles, CA 90089-4353. Ph. 213/740-2740. Email: levitt@hermes.usc.edu

21-23 May 1998
Second Arab Congress on Sexology and Andrology and the First Mediterranean Congress on Somatotherapy
Tunis, Tunisia. Hosted by the Arab Institute of Sexology and Somatotherapy and co-sponsored by more than 30 groups, including the Faculty of Medicine of Tunis, the European Federation of Sexology and the World Association for Sexology. The official languages of the Congress are English, French, and Arabic. Themes of the Congress include male infertility, sexual abuse, reproductive health, treatment of impotence, somatotherapy for sexual problems, and STDs/AIDS in Africa. Congress office: Secr╚tariat du congr╦s 69, Habib Maazoun St., 3000 Sfax Tunisia. Ph. 216-4-212940; Fax 216-4-246708. Email: mhirird@gnet.tn

7-9 May 1998
IV "Paulistan" Congress on Human Sexuality: The Turn of the Century
S"o Paulo, Brazil. Sponsored by the Brazilian Society for Human Sexuality (SBRASH) and the Center for Studies and Research in Human Behavior and Sexuality (CEPCoS). The congress will focus on issues concerning sexuality at the end of the century. There also will be a pre-conference class on sex therapy and impotence. Call for papers due March 7, 1998. Contact information: Ph./Fax: 5511-881-9147. Email: sbrash@masterbyte.com.br or cepcos@uol.com.br

30 April-2 May 1998
VII Simposium Internacional de Androlog╠a
Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. Sponsored by the Centro de Urolog╠a, Androlog╠a y Sexolog╠a. Contact: cuasba@atlas-iap.es

24-26 April 1998
Third International Conference on Sexuality Education, Sexology, Gender and LesBiGay Studies
Taiwan. Organized by The Center for the Study of Sexualities, National Central University at Taiwan. The official language of the Conference will be Chinese. The central themes of the conference: sex work, Freud, the medicalization of sexuality, and queer sexualities (home-sexuality/incest, bisexuality, homosexuality and race, etc.). Ph. 886-3-4262926; Fax 886-3-4262927. Email: sex@ncu.edu.tw

16-18 April 1998
Integrating Sexuality and Intimacy into Couple and Family Work: An International Conference
Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Sponsored by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Ph. 604/528-5626; 604/528-5627. Email: cgadsby@jibc.bc.ca

16 April 1998
HIV/STD in Rural Areas: Prevention Issues
West Lafeyette, IN. Sponsored by the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Indiana University, 801 E. 7th St., Bloomington, IN 47405. Contact: William Yarber, Indiana University. Ph. 812/855-7974.

6-8 April 1998
International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery in Congenital Malformations, Transexuals, and Impotence
Barcelona, Spain. Contact: Organizing Committee, Juan GŞell 32-1o 4a, Barcelona, Spain. Ph. (+34 3) 490 87 15; Fax: (+34 3) 490 67 66. Email: simposia@ipras.org

3-5 April 1998
1998 Eastern Region Annual Conference: The Future of Sexual Health: Education, Counseling, and Health Care - A Call To Action
Cambridge, MA. Contact: Jean Levitan, Ph.D., Meeting Chair, Dept. of Community Health, William Patterson University of New Jersey, Wayne, NJ 07470. Ph. 973-720-2216.

3-4 April 1998
Sexual Dysfunction 2000: A Multidisciplinary Update
New York, NY. Sponsored by the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Contact: 212/781-5990.

22-27 March 1998
5th International Congress on the Treatment of Sex Offenders
Caracas, Venezuela. Contact: Rub╚n HernĚndez-Serrano, M.D., Ph.D., PO Box 17302, Caracas 1015-A, Venezuela. Ph. 58-2-573-6624; Fax 58-2-576-1083. Email: 73070.3310@compuserve.com

7 March 1998
Sexuality in Art
University of Washington, Seattle. Call for paper December 15, 1997. 14th Annual Colloquium, sponsored by the Studies of Art History Contact: School of Art, U. of Washington, Box 353440, Seattle, WA 98195.

5-8 March 1998
23rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research
Fort Lauderdale, FL. Call for papers due November 15, 1997. Contact: Kenneth J. Zucker, Ph.D., Scientific Program Chair, SSTAR, Child and Family Studies Centre, Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, 250 College St., Toronto, Ontario M5T 1R8, Canada. Ph. 416/979-4747, ext. 2271. Fax 416/979-4668. Email: zuckerk@cs.clarke-inst.on.ca

19-20 February 1998
2nd Annual National Symposium on Overcoming Barriers to Condom Use
Los Angeles, CA. Sponsored by: University of California Los Angeles Health Policy Research, University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, Pharamacists Planning Services Inc., Advocates for Youth, Condom Resource Center, and other Los Angeles institutions. Contact: Pharmacists Planning Services Inc. (PPSI), 101 Lucas Valley Rd., Ste. 210 E., San Rafael, CA 94903. Email: PPSI@aol.com

4-8 February 1998
First World Congress on the Aging Male. Geneva, Switzerland.

27-30 January 1998
Responding to Child Maltreatment
San Diego, CA. Co-sponsored by the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, the Intenational Society for Prevention of Child Abuseand Neglect, and the Naitonal Network of Child Advocacy Centers. Contact: Children's Center for Child Protection, Children's Hospital, MC 5016, 3020 Children's Way, San Diego, CA 92123.

12-15 January 1998
AIDS in Europe: New Challenges for Social and Behavioural Sciences
Paris, France. The 2nd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Social and Behavioural Research on AIDS. English and French are the official languages at the conference. Submission of abstracts and registration at a lower rate due by June 9, 1997. Contact: Conference Secretariat, Style and Communication, 16, rue du Pr╚ Saint Gervais, 93500 Pantin, France. Ph. 33 (0)1 48 10 98 00; Fax 33 (0)1 48 10 98 04.

1997

7-11 December 1997
10th International Conference on AIDS and STDs in Africa
Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Contact: Prof. A. Kadio, Conference Chair, Programme Nationale de Lutte contra le SIDA, les MST et de la Tuberculose, Boite Postale 2113, Abidjan 04, Ivory Coast.

23 November 1997
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists' Workshop, "Couples Therapy in the Real World: The Structure of the Therapeutic Relationship," taught by Marty Klein, Ph.D. To be held at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel LAX, Los Angeles, CA. Fulfills continuing education requirments for California MFCCs and LCSWs. For more information contact CAMFT at (619/292-2638) or Dr. Klein at MKlein@SexEd.org.

21-23 November 1997
Adolescent Reproductive Health '97: Teens and Sex - Truths and Consequences
McLean, VA. Sponsored by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, 2401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Ste. 350, Washington, DC 20037-1718. Ph. 202/466-3825; Fax 202/466-3826. Email:ARHP@aol.com

13-16 November 1997
Reproductive Health '97
Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals; co-sponsored by the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Reproductive Health. Registration fee includes all clinical sessions. Contact: ARHP, 2401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Ste. 350, Washington, DC, 20037-1718. Ph. 202/466-3825; Fax 202/466-3826. Email: ARHP@aol.com

12-16 November 1997
1997 Joint Meeting, The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Meeting. Public Policy and Sexuality: Education, Research, and Therapy
Arlington, VA. Program Chairs: William L. Yarber, H.S.D., Applied Health Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405; and Dennis Sugrue, Ph.D., Henry Ford Behavioral Sciences, 6773 W. Maple Rd., West Bloomfield, MI 48322. Deadline for submission of papers is March 7, 1997. Send to: Program Committee, AASECT/SSSS Joint Meeting, PO Box 240, Mt. Vernon, IA 52314.

9-13 November 1997
1997 American Public Health Association Convention: Communicating Public Health
Indianapolis, IN. Contact: APHA, 1015 15th St. NW, Ste. 300, Washington, DC 20005. Ph. 202/789-5600. Convention info: 202/789-5646. Related APHA section: Population, Family Planning and Reproductive Health.

8 November 1997
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists' Workshop, "Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Issues: Counter-Intuitive Approaches that Empower and Change," taught by Marty Klein, Ph.D. Fulfills continuing education requirements for California MFCCs and LCSWs. To be held at the Fountain Suites Hotel, Sacramento, CA. For more information contact CAMFT at 619/292-2638.

25-29 October 1997
4th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific
Manila, Philippines. Deadline for abstracts and registration fee is May 15, 1997. Contact: Congress Secretariat, 2/F Physician's Tower, 533 United Nations Ave., Ermita, Manila 1000, The Philippines. Email: aidsphil@philonline.com.ph

28 October 1997
Church, State and Sexuality
Indianapolis, IN. A joint, full-day state conference of the Task Force on Religion and the Constitution and the Gay and Lesbian Rights Task Force of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union. Sponsored by Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, and the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, and the Jewish Community Relations Council.

19-22 October 1997
International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Seville, Spain. The 12th Meeting of the International Society of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR), held jointly with the International Union Against the Venereal Diseases and the Treponematoses (IUVDT). Contact: Congress Secretariat, International Congress of STD, Apartado 6077, 41080-Seville, Spain. Ph (34)-5-490-3409; Fax (34)-5-437-7413. Congress Secretariat for USA and Canada: HCC/ICSTD, One Bridge Plaza, Ste. 350, Fort Lee, NJ 07024-9885. Ph. 201/947-5545; Fax 201/947-8406. Includes sessions on prevention, sexual behavior and STDs in travelers, behavioral interventions, and STD control in prostitution. English is the official language of the congress.

18-22 October 1997
53rd Annual Meeting, American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Cincinnati, OH. Contact: ASRM, 1209 Montgomery Hwy., Birmingham, AL 35216. Ph. 205/978-5000; Fax 205/978-5005. Email: asrm@asrm.com

16-18 October 1997
7th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus
Orlando, FL. Organized by the Safe Schools Coalition, Inc. Contact: Safe Schools Coalition, Inc., PO Box 1338, Holmes Beach, FL, 32418-1338. Fax 941/778-6818.

12-16 October 1997
World Federation of Public Health Associations 8th International Congress -- Health in Transition: Opportunities and Challenges
Arusha, Tanzania. Contact: WFPHA Secretariat, c/o APHA, 1015 15th St. NW, Ste. 300, Washington, DC 20005. Fax 202/789-5661.

5-8 October 1997
10th Annual National Association of Women's Health Professionals Executive Summit on Women's Health Issues
St. Louis, MO. Contact: NAWHP, 175 W. Jackson Blvd., Ste. A1711, Chicago, IL 60604. Ph. 312/786-1468.

26-28 September 1997
Celebrating Adolescence: Global Approaches to Sexual Health
Washington, DC. Contact: Advocates for Youth, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, 2nd Fl., Washington, DC. Ph. 202/347-5700; Fax 202/347-2263.

25-28 September 1997
Fourth Western Regional Conference on HIV, AIDS and Women
San Diego, CA. Contact: Office of Continuing Medical Education, 9500 Gilman Dr., Dept. 0617, University of California, School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA 92093. (619) 534-3940.

22-24 September 1997
Ambulatory OB/GYN Nursing: The 12th Annual Conference on Women's Health Issues for Office, Clinic, and Advanced Practice Nurses
Seattle, WA. Sponsored by Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568-2257. Ph. 510/828-7100, ext. 3; Fax 800/329-9923.

10-13 September 1997
XV Harry Benjamin International Symposium. Gender Dysphoria: Future Directions
Vancouver, BC, Canada. The symposium will present advances in research and treatment of Gender Identify Disorder. Presentations will address topics in various areas, including surgery, psychology, endocrinology, and sociology. Program: Diane Watson, M.D., and R. Oliver Robinow, M.D., Centre for Sexuality, Gender Identity and Reproductive Health, Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre, Echelon Bldg., 855 W. 12th Ave., Vancouver, BC, Canada V5Z 1C6. Fax 604/875-8249. For conference information, contact: HBIGDA, 1300 S. 2nd St., Ste. 180, Minneapolis, MN 55454. Email: robin009@gold.tc.umn.edu

4-6 September 1997
8th Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society
Boston, MA. Includes a plenary session chaired by Lonnie Barbach, Ph.D., on "Midlife Infidelity, Loss of Libido, Fear of Aging," and a workshop on "How to Enhance Sexuality in Aging: Women, Men, Couples." Contact: NAMS, PO Box 94527, Cleveland, OH 44101. Ph. 317/927-3644; 800/421-3731. Email: nams@apk.net

22-24 August 1997
Advances in the Study of Sexual Dysfunction: A Multidisciplinary Conference
Hamilton, New Zealand. Speakers include clinical psychologists, gynecologists, social workers, urologists, and other researchers. Abstracts invited. Conference organizer: Amanda Kennedy, Waikato Postgraduate Medicine Inc., Bryant Education Centre, Private Bag 3200, Hamilton, New Zealand. Ph. 64-7-839-8999; Fax 64-7-839-8825. Email: wpmgi@wave.co.nz

19-20 August 1997
Sexual Attitude Reassessment Seminar
Indianapolis, IN. A two-day intensive workshop for exploring values and beliefs about sexuality. Contact: Planned Parenthood of Central and Southern Indiana, The Institute on Sexual Health, 3209 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46208. Ph. 317/927-3644; 800/421-3731. Email: ppcsi_ed@iquest.net

9-13 August 1997
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting
Toronto, Canada. A preliminary program is available at the ASA web site. Contact info: 1722 "N" St. NW, Washington, DC 20036. Ph. 202/833-3410; Fax 202/785-0146. Email: meetings@asanet.org

29 July-1 August 1997
Beyond Boundaries: Sexuality Across Culture. First International Conference
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. A four-day conference with symposia and workshops for anthropologists, multidisciplinary scholars, and students. Sponsored by the University of Amsterdam. Contact: Nicolette van Duursen or Mariette Blokhuis, Beyond Boundaries, University of Amsterdam, Dept. of Anthropology, Oudezijds Achterburgwal 185, 1012 DK, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Email: boundary@pscw.uva.nl

26-30 July 1997
19th National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference and 15th National AIDS/HIV Forum
Atlanta, GA. Sponsored by the National Lesbian and Gay Health Association. Includes programs on HIV/AIDS prevention, lesbians and HIV, safer sex for women who partner with women, STD prevention, and transgender health. Contact: NLGHA 1997 Conference, PO Box 33022, Washington, DC 20033. Fax 202/234-1467.

25-27 July 1997
VI International Berlin Conference for Sexology: 100 Years of Gay Liberation
Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. The conference and its accompanying exhibition celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the world's first "gay rights" organization by Magnus Hirschfeld and his friends. Sponsored by the German Society for Social Scientific Sex Research, Inc. (30-50% of the program will be conducted in English.) Contact: Rolf Gindorf, Deutsche Gesellschaft fŞ Sozialwissenschaftliche Sexualforschung (DGSS), Gerresheimer Str. 20, DŞ D-40211, Germany. Ph. 0211-35-45-91; Fax 0211-36-07-77. Email: sexologie@aol.com

23-26 July 1997
23rd Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR)
Baton Rouge, LA. Program includes symposia, lectures, and three research workshops. Sex researchers who are not members of the Academy may attend if sponsored by an Academy member. Contact: Ken Zucker (zuckerk@cs.clarke-inst.on.ca) Secretary-Treasurer, IASR, c/o Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, Child and Family Centre, 250 College St., Toronto, Ontario M5T 1R8, Canada. Fax 416/979-4668.

20-23 July 1997
Working with America's Youth: 12th Annual Summer Conference
Pittsburgh, PA. Sponsored by the National Resource Center for Youth Services. There will be numerous presentations on sexuality issues. Contact: NRCYS, The University of Oklahoma, 202 W. 8th St., Tulsa, OK 74119.

27 June 1997
Masters and Johnson: Treatment for Trauma-Based Disorders and Sexual Compulsivity -- One-Day Workshop
Indianapolis, IN. Theme of the workshop is "Mind, Body, and Soul: A Balanced Approach to Treating Trauma." Focus will be on theoretical and clinical advances in psychotherapy within the trauma-based treatment format. Call 800/598-2040 for information about this and other workshops scheduled around the country.

25-29 June 1997
13th World Congress of Sexology -- Sexuality and Human Rights
Valencia, Spain. Organized by the Spanish Federation of Sexology Societies (FESS) and the Institute of Sexology and Psychotherapy Espill, Valencia, under the patronage of the World Association for Sexology. Contact: Technical Secretary, Europa Travel, S.A., Calle HernĚn Cort╚s, num. 28, 46004 Valencia, EspaĎa. Ph. 34-6-352-45-47; Fax 34-6-352-54-97. Scientific Committee: Instituto de Psicolog╠a y Psicoterap╠a Espill. Last day for submission of abstracts is 1 February 1997.

22-25 June 1997
1997 AIDS Impact: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection, 3rd International Conference
Melbourne, Australia. Hosted by the Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissible Diseases, La Trobe University and National Centre in HIV Social Research, Melbourne, Australia. Contact the Conference Secretariat at: The Meeting Planners, 108 Church St., Hawthorn, Victoria, 3122, Australia. Ph. 61-03-9819-3700; Fax 61-03-9819-5978. Email: enquiries@meetingplanners.com.au

19-22 June 1997
2nd International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues
King of Prussia, PA. Co-sponsored by the Human Sexuality Program, Graduate Dept. of Education, University of Pennsylvania, and the Renaissance Education Association. Contact: Renaissance Education, 987 Old Eagle School Rd., Ste. 719, Wayne, PA 19087. Ph. 610/975-9119. Email: cngrs2@cdspub.com

18-21 June 1997
Fifth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
Miami Beach, FL. Contact: Teresa Drost, Professional Education and Training Specialist. Ph. 312/554-0166; Fax 312/554-0919.

9-18 June 1997
19th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality: STDs and Sexual Health; Men and Sexuality
Guelph, ON, Canada. Contact: Office of Open Learning, 159 Johnston Hall, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada.

5-7 June 1997
12th Conference of The Society for Menstrual Cycle Research. Looking Forward, Looking Back: The Place of Women's Everyday Lives in Health Research
Chicago, IL. Themes of the conference include: issues of culture, socioeconomic class, age, race, and sexual orientation; specific health concerns such as PMS, menopause, and dysmenorrhea; debates on controversies in women's health research; and the intersection of menstrual health with women's well-being. Those in a variety of fields, from the behavioral and social sciences, to medicine and health sciences, to the humanities, are encouraged to participate. Contact: The Center for Research on Women and Gender (MC 980), University of Illinois at Chicago, 1640 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, IL 60608-6902. Ph. 312/413-1924. Fax 312/413-7423.

22-25 May 1997
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Midcontinent Region Annual Conference: Learning About Sex
Chicago, IL. Deadline for submissions of presentation proposals is January 10, 1997. Contact: Sharon McNeely, Ph.D., PO Box 34421, Chicago, IL 60634. Ph. 312/794-2788.

15-20 May 1997
The First Annual Conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education (CMFCE): Smart Marriages/Happy Families
Washington, DC. The coalition is a volunteer organization of researchers, clinicians, and policy advocates committed to strengthening marriages and families through psychoeducation models and the dissemination of couples education. Contact: Diane Sollee, 5310 Belt Rd. NW, Washington, DC 20015. Ph. 202/966-5376. Email: cmfce@his.com

4-7 May 1997
National Conference on Women and HIV: Innovation for Care, Policy and Prevention
Los Angeles, CA. Sponsored by the HIV Epidemiology Program, Los Angeles County Dept. of Health Services, with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Health Resources Services Administration, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and others. Contact info: 800/845-2115 or 213/351-8196. Email: womenconf@aol.com

18-20 April 1997
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Eastern Region Annual Conference: Challenges to Sexual Freedom
Philadelphia, PA. Contact: James D. Achtzehn, Ph.D., 6211 Inwood St., Cheverly, MD 20785.

18 April 1997
HIV/STD in Rural Areas: Prevention Issues. Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention Annual Conference
Bloomington, IN. Contact: RCAP, 800/566-8644. Email: aids@indiana.edu

3-6 April 1997
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Western Region Annual Conference: Sexual Desire: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know?
Newport Beach, CA. Contact: David Hall, Ph.D., 2111 Lido Circle, Stockton, CA 95207.

3-6 April 1997
The Seventh Annual Queer Graduate Studies Conference: Forms of Desire
City University of New York Graduate School and University Center. Contact: Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, 33 W. 42nd St., Rm. 404N, New York, NY 10036.

18-21 March 1997
Thirteenth National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse
Huntsville, AL. Sponsored by the National Children's Advocacy Center. Contact: The National Children's Advocacy Center, 200 Westside Square, Ste. 700, Huntsville, AL 35801. Ph. 205/534-1328.

14-16 March 1997
ICOP '97 International Conference on Prostitution. An Interface: Cultural, Health, Legal and Social Issues
Van Nuys, CA. Sponsored by the Center for Sex Research, California State University, Northridge. Researchers, educators, activists, sex workers, law enforcement agents, legislators, and other interested groups and individuals are invited to attend and to present.

13-16 March 1997
22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research
Chicago, IL. Keynote symposia are: Genetics and Homosexuality; The National Health and Social Life Survey of Sexuality; Pharmacological Treatments of Male Sexual Dysfunction; and Theory and Treatment of Sexual Disorders. Contact: Raymond C. Rosen, Ph.D., Program Chair, SSTAR '97, Dept. of Psychiatry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 675 Hoes Ln., Piscataway, NJ 08854. Ph. 908/235-4485; Fax 908/235-5818. Email: rosen@umdnj.edu

12 March 1997
All Together Now: A Positive Approach to Abstinence, Contraception and Sexual Health
Indianapolis, IN. A six-hour workshop (8:30 am - 4:00 pm) for Indiana sexuality educators. Presented by Amy Vogelaar, a trainer at Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey. Contact: Planned Parenthood of Central and Southern Indiana, The Institute on Sexual Health, 3209 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46208. Ph. 317/927-3644; 800/421-3731.

6-8 March 1997
Contraceptive Technology. Issues and Options in Reproductive Health Care
San Francisco, CA. Presented by the authors of Contraceptive Technology. Contact: Contemporary Forums, 11900 Silvergate Dr., Dublin, CA 94568.

21-22 February 1997
Ambiguous Bodies: Sex, Gender and Ovid
Chicago, IL. A graduate student conference to explore the use of gender and sex in the Ovidian corpus and the influence of Ovid's interpretation of gender on later literature.

11-13 February 1997
Intervention to Prevent HIV Risk Behaviors - A National Institutes of Health Consensus Conference.
Bethesda, MD. Contact: confdept@tech-res.com. Ph. 301/770-0610; Fax 301/468-2245.

27 January 1997
1997 Advanced Training Institutes, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC).
Offers in-depth training on selected topics. Contact: Teresa Drost, APSAC. Ph. 312/554-0166; Fax 312/554-0919.

1996

9-12 December 1996
1996 National STD Prevention Conference
Tampa, FL. Cosponsored by the Division of STD Prevention, Centers for Disease Prevention, and the American Social Health Association. Contact: 800/232-5265.

22-24 November 1996
3rd Clinical Conference on Women's Health in the Perimenopause
Amelia Island, FL. Sponsored by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, 2401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Ste. 350, Washington, DC 20037. Ph. 202/466-3825; Fax 202/466-3826. Email: ARHP@aol.com

14-17 November 1996
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Annual Meeting. Sex Below the Bible Belt: Face, Ethnicity, and Sexuality
Houston, TX. Contact: Howard J. Ruppel, Jr., Ed.D., Ph.D., SSSS, PO Box 208, Mt. Vernon, IA 52314; Michael Ross, Ph.D., Center for Health Promotion Research and Dev., School of Public Health, University of Texas, PO Box 20186, Houston, TX 77225. Ph. 713/735-1051.

14-17 November 1996
Reproductive Health '96
Nashville, TN. Contact: Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, 2401 Pennsylvania Ave., NY, Ste. 350, Washington, DC 20037-1718. Ph. 202/466-3825; Fax 202/466-3826. Email: ARHP@aol.com

13-16 November 1996
15th Annual Research and Treatment Conference
Chicago, IL. Contact: Association for Treatment of Sex Abusers, 10700 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy., Ste. 26, Beaverton, OR 97005-3035.

9 November 1996
Nineteenth Hysterectomy Conference
Philadelphia, PA. Contact: The HERS (Hysterectomy Educational Resources and Services) Foundation, 422 Bryn Mawr Ave., Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. Ph. 610/667-7757; Fax 610/667-8096.

2-6 November 1996
52nd Annual Meeting, American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Boston, MA. Contact: asrm@asrm.com

2-4 November 1996
Sixth International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus
Long Beach, CA. Sponsored by The Safe Schools Coalition, Inc., and co-sponsored by 12 other organizations, including the American College Health Association. For more information, call 800/537-4903.

24-25 October 1996
European Regional IUVDT Conference on STDs
Organized by Institut Alfred Fournier together with Eurogin Conference on Herpes Viruses and Genital Pathology, Paris, France. Contact: Congress Secretariat, BAXON Communication, 69/73 Avenue du General Leclerc, BP 304 - 92102 Boulogne, France, Ph. (33) 1-46-20-04-56.

17-20 October 1996
AAMFT's 54th Annual Conference: The Value of Family Therapy
Toronto, Canada. Contact: AAMFT, 1133 15th St. NW, Ste. 300, Washington, DC, 20005. Ph. 202/452-0109.

10-16 October 1996
2nd China International Symposium on Sexology
Xichang, China. Under the auspices of the China Sexology Association. Organized by the Sexology Institute of Oriental Minorities, assisted by the Section of Human Culture and Science, China Sexology Association. Contact: Ahai Lujing, No. 1 Hospital, Xichang 61500, PR China. Ph. 00-834-3227703; Fax 00-834-3220975.

10-13 October 1996
1st International Conference on Sexology: Sexuality in the Third Millennium
Naples, Italy. Contact: Prof. Chiara Simonelli, Instituto di Sessuologia Clinica-4, Via Fibreno 00199, Rome, Italy, Ph. 0039-6-86217071.

23-27 September 1996
Sharing the Vision: Native American Survival in the Age of AIDS
Portland, Oregon. Sponsored by the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center, and Northwest Portland Area Indiana Health Board, in collaboration with the Office of AIDS Research, National Institute of Health, and with support from the Indian Health Service. Contact: Nancy Gaskins, Social and Scientific Systems, Inc., 7101 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 1300, Bethesda, MD 20814. Ph. 301/913-0351.

20-21 September 1996
Boundary Issues and Violations in the Clergy
Topeka, Kansas. Sponsored by the Menninger Clinic, Menninger Continuing Education, PO Box 829, Topeka, KS 66601. Ph. 800/288-7377.

19-21 September 1996
A Women's Health Conference
Washington, DC. Sponsored by the American Psychological Association, and others. Includes sessions on HIV prevention; sex and sexual behavior; adolescent girls, sexual behavior, and HIV/STD prevention. Contact: APA, 750 1st St. NE, Washington, DC 20002.

16-19 September 1996
12th Annual Midwest Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Incest
Middleton, WI. Contact: U. of Wisconsin-Madison, Health & Human Issues, 610 Langdon St., Rm. 326, Madison, WI 53703-1195. Ph. 800/442-7107.

5-7 September 1996
1st East-West Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence
Prague, Czech Republic. Organized by the Czech Sexological Society. Conference Secretariat: Peter Weiss, Ph.D., Institute of Sexology, Charles University, Karlovo nĚm. 32, 120 00 Prague 2, Czech Republic. Email: trojan@bsdi.infima.cz

27-31 August 1996
The World Congress Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
Hosted by the Swedish Government, in collaboration with UNICEF, ECPAT (End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism) and the NGO Group for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Stockholm, Sweden. Contact: Congress Secretariat of the Swedish Government's Host Committee, Vasagatan 8-10, S-10333 Stockholm, Sweden, Ph. +46-8-405-42-93.

9-11 August 1996
2nd Annual FTM Conference
Seattle, WA. Contact: FTM CC, 1202 E. Pike #1070, Seattle, WA 98122. Ph. 206/689-6216. Email: ftmconfer@aol.com

7-12 July 1996
XI International Conference on AIDS
Vancouver, Canada. Abstracts and conference newspaper available online. Contact: XI International Conference on AIDS, PO Box 48740, 595 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V7X 1T8. Ph. 800/780-AIDS; Fax 604 668 3242. Email: aids96@hivnet.ubc.ca

6-10 July 1996
Asian Federation for Sexology, Fourth Asian Conference of Sexology
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Contact: Secretariat for the 4th Asian Conference of Sexology, c/o Chinese Association of Sexuality Education - Taiwan, 11F, 171 Roosevelt Rd., Sec. 3, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Fax 886-2-3657410.

3-7 July 1996
International Conference on Transgender Law & Employment Policy
Houston, TX. Contact: ICTLEP, 5707 Firenza St., Houston, TX 77035. Ph. 713/723-8368.

28-30 June 1996
Congreso Espanol de Sexolog╠a
Barcelona, Spain. Sponsored by the Federacion Espanola de Sociedades de Sexolog╠a (FESS). Contact: Institut de Sexologia de Barcelona, Comte d'Urgell, 83, pral. 2a, 08011 Barcelona, Spain. Ph. 93-453-1746; Fax 93-453-1762.

26-30 June 1996
The 22nd Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research
Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: Kenneth J. Zucker, Ph.D., Sec.-Treas., Child and Family Studies Centre, Clarke Institute of Psychiatry 250 College St., Toronto, M5T 1R8 Canada. Ph. 416/979-4747, ext. 2271. Email: zuckerk@cs.clarke-inst.on.ca

26-29 June 1996
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Fourth National Colloquium
Chicago, IL. Contact: APSAC, 407 S. Dearborn, Ste. 1300, Chicago, IL 60605.

14-21 June 1996
Australian Sexual Health Conference: Sexual Health for Women in the '90s
Auckland, New Zealand. Contact: The Conference Co., PO Box 90040, Auckland, New Zealand.

10-21 June 1996
18th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality
Contact: Office of Open Learning, 159 Johnston Hall, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada. 22-23 May 1996
Reducing the Risk/Working Together: A Conference for Indiana Criminal Justice Professionals on Sex Offender Management.
Indianapolis, IN. Contact: Tom Richards, 317/233-3108.

14-17 March 1996
Congress of the European Federation of Sexology
Marseille, France. Contact: Prof. Willi Pasini, c/o Aihus, 21 place Labadie 13001, Marseille, France.

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