Erectile Dysfunction and Testosterone Deficiency

Monday, 30th September 2019

19:00 (60 mins)


This session will focus on Erectile Dysfunction and Testosterone Deficiency. The aim is to help improve the understanding of:

  • The conditions and treatment options for Erectile Dysfunction and Testosterone Deficiency.
  • The patient benefits from the appropriate management of these conditions.
  • The diagnosis, screening, appropriate referral and management of patients with Erectile Dysfunction and/or Testosterone Deficiency.
  • The local pathways, clinics and key contacts in the region.
  • National and local guidance.


Dr Trevor Dorkin

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Freeman and Wansbeck Hospitals

Ashington, England

Trevor Dorkin graduated in medicine from Newcastle University in 1991. He undertook a period of fulltime research studying the molecular mechanisms of prostate cancer development and was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) in 2001. He trained in urology in the North East before undertaking Senior Fellowships in Vellore, India (urological reconstruction) and Sydney, Australia (reconstruction and stone disease). He was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon to the Freeman and Wansbeck Hospitals in 2006.

His main areas of interest are in benign urology including lower urinary tract reconstruction (urethroplasty for urethral strictures) and surgery for trauma. He specializes in surgical andrology and treats men with erectile dysfunction including penile implant surgery. He is a member of the Court of Examiners at the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is committed to surgical training and assessment. He has been involved in clinical research both locally and nationally.

Dr Kevin McEleny

Consultant Urologist/Andrologist

Newcastle Fertility Centre

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Dr McEleny has worked as a Consultant Urologist in Newcastle and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead since 2009. He is the Clinical Lead for the male factor clinic at the Newcastle Fertility Centre, located at the International Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. After completing his medical training and PhD at University College, Dublin, he continued his urological training in the Northern Region prior to his consultant appointment.

His main clinical interests include treating and diagnosing men with fertility problems. He organised and delivers the supra-regional Male Fertility service. His research interests are in the field of male fertility and he is actively involved in male fertility training nationally.

Dr Patrick Wright

General Practitioner with a Special Interest in Male Sexual Dysfunction (GPSI)

Belmont Surgery, Broomside Lane

Durham, UK

As a General Practitioner with a Special Interest in Male Sexual Dysfunction (GPSI) Dr Wright has been running an NHS commissioned Male Sexual Dysfunction Clinic from his GP premises since the late 1990s, receiving referrals from County Durham GP colleagues.

Dr Pat Wright is the GP Clinical Lead and Macmillan GP Cancer Lead for North Durham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Dr Wright is currently the Primary Care Lead for Prostate Cancer for the Northern Cancer Alliance.

Since the mid 1990’s Dr Wright has conducted numerous clinical trials and frequently lectures on the subject of Male Sexual Dysfunction and Prostate Cancer.

Dr Wright is currently treasurer for the Primary Care Testosterone Advisory Group (PCTAG) and a member of the British Society of Sexual Medicine (BSSM).

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In the UK, Nebido® (testosterone undecanoate) is Licensed for testosterone replacement therapy for male hypogonadism when testosterone deficiency has been confirmed by clinical features and biochemical tests.

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