Sexual Medicine (SM) is a highly specialized post-graduate specialty dedicated to quantitative and objective diagnostic examinations of various diseases and disorders, and psychosocial conditions affecting sexuality. The Multidisciplinary joint committee for Sexual Medicine (MJCSM) has formulated a new curriculum for training in SM. This document has the aim to present recommended standards and guidelines for training in SM within the European Union (EU) in order to acquire specialist competence in SM. The primary goal is that this curriculum will constitute an approved training program in all countries within the EU where SM is practiced.
Exam Date: January 23, 2020
Application Deadline: November 21, 2019
Who can apply
Only registered medical practitioners, who are accredited as medical specialists (having received a degree of specialty at least in the last 12 months), in their country of practice, or medical practitioners who are General Practitioners with more than 5 years’ clinical experience of unsupervised independent practice, are eligible to apply.
How to apply
Please visit www.mjcsm.org for further information.
Competency on the curriculum shall be accessed through a written exam consisting of 100 multiple choice questions to be answered in 3 hrs.
The ESSM Manual of Sexual Medicine is the preparation material endorsed by the ESSM.
The intensive 3 day’s ESSM Preparation Courses are held directly before the exam day.
Certified MJCSM Training Centers
- Porterbrook Clinic – Sheffield, UK
- Neurourology Unit, Department of Urology, Rambam Medical Center – Haifa, Israel
- Hamburg Training Centre for Sexual Medicine – Hamburg, Germany
- University Hospital Basel – Basel, Switzerland
- Rio Hortega University Hospital – Valladolid, Spain
- Clinic of Urology and Pediatric Urology, University Hospital – Erlangen, Germany