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Free to attend clinical seminars

Leading experts in the fields of general practice, urology, endocrinology and sexual medicine will provide a series of interactive workshops and presentations on the latest clinical updates in men's health.

These promotional meetings are part of the Restore the Man educational programme that is organised and fully funded by Bayer

ConSensus Guidelines 2016ConSensus Guidelines

A practical guide for the management of men with suspected testosterone deficiency. Provided by the BSSM (British Society for Sexual Medicine) taskforce

Testosterone Deficiency (hypogonadism)Testosterone Deficiency (hypogonadism)

Signs and symptoms of low testosterone

Recommendations for evaluating and treating testosterone deficiency (hypogonadism)

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What signs and symptoms should I look for when considering TD in a patient?

On behalf of the faculty I welcome delegates, both new and those returning, to the 7th series of Restore the Man Meetings. The programme looks exciting and educational and is aimed at any healthcare professionals who want to know more about men's health issues including those in diabetes, cardiology, urology, endocrinology, psychiatry, genitourinary medicine and GPs.

Dr David Edwards Event chair

GP with a special interest in sexual dysfunction, Chipping Norton,
Oxfordshire & Past Chairman of the British Society for Sexual Medicine (BSSM)


CPD learning resource on
Assessment and management of hypogonadism

A collection of bespoke modules on testosterone deficiency (hypogonadism) for the educational needs of GPs, specialist nurses and secondary care specialists

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