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Moderated (Oral) Poster Presentations

Moderated (Oral) Poster Presentations will be granted 4 minutes to present the study, followed by 2 minutes for Q&A or discussion. Your submitted digital posters can be viewed on the day of your presentation. It will be projected on the screen during your session. As the presentation time is restricted to 4 minutes, PowerPoint or slide projection facility will not be available. Please note that all moderated posters will be presented in a digital version only, do not print it.

Digital poster stations

In order to give all participants the opportunity to view all posters without any hurry, all posters (moderated and unmoderated) will be published at digital poster stations. Please submit a digital version of your poster via was2015-abstracts@guarant.eu by July 17, 2015.

We advise you to use this Template for Posters / Moderated Posters when creating your poster.

MP-01: BEHAVIOURAL, SOCIAL & HISTORICAL RESEARCH
Sunday, 26 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 334

Chairs: Charlotta Löfgren-Mårtenson (Sweden) & P J Matthew Tilley (Australia)

Sexuality and Psychological Characteristics of BDSM Practitioners

Agata Loewe (Poland)

Military Healthcare Provider Knowledge and Comfort Regarding the Medical Care of Active Duty Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Patients

Caitlyn Rerucha (United States)

What will the neighbours think? The social impact of transitioning gender using hormone therapy in Western Australia

Jessica Cleasby (Australia)

Qualitative study of early sexual experiences and the conceptualization of consent

Randi Doyle (Canada)

Perceptions of Hope and Quality of Life of Aging Individuals that Relate with Same-Sex People

João Paulo Ferreira Da Silva (Brazil)

“T@ngled up in Blue”: Views of parents and professionals on internet use for sexual purposes among young people with intellectual disabilities

Lotta Löfgren-Mårtenson (Sweden)

Semantic conceptualization of sexological terms – a study in health sciences students of the Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Osmar Matsui (Mexico)

Does sex strengthen the couple’s intimate relationship?-Interviews with aged males in Japan

Yumiko Nakahara (Japan)

Sexless Young Adults in Contemporary Japan – Interview Research

Alice Pacher (Japan)

MP-02: BIOMEDICAL AND CLINICAL RESEARCH
Sunday, 26 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 335

Chairs: Nam Cheol Park (South Korea) & Sharath Kumar Channappa (India)

Does testosterone deficiency exaggerate the clinical symptoms of Peyronie's disease?

Nam Cheol Park (South Korea)

Relationship between Testosterone and Prostatitis-like Symptoms Assessed by the National Institutes of Health Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index

Jun Ho Lee (South Korea)

Changes of Sexual Function after Photoselective Vaporization of the prostate by 120W GreenLight High Performance System Laser: Long-Term Follow-Up

Hwancheol Son (South Korea)

Safety and Efficacy of Low Intensity Shock Wave (LISW) Treatment Plus Tradamixina in Patients with Erectile Dysfunction

Marco Capece (Italy)

Treatment of erectile dysfunction with sildenafil citrate in elderly Parkinson’s disease

Mulyadi Tedja Pranata (Indonesia)

Effect of tadalafil that was additionally administered to patients receiving an alpa-1blocker in japanese men with lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia

Keiichiro Hayashi (Japan)

Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy Is Associated with Faster and Greater Recovery from Orgasm Associated Incontinence

Paolo Capogrosso (Italy)

Validity and Reliability of the Golombok Rust Inventory Of Sexual Satisfaction (GRISS) in Patients with Stress Urinary Incontinence

Renly Lim (Malaysia)

The self-perceived importance of sexual functionality in patients undergoing cardiac rehabilitation due to ischaemic heart disease

Dariusz Kałka (Poland)

MP-03: BEHAVIOURAL, SOCIAL, EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH
Monday, 27 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 334

Chairs: Anton Castellanos Usigli (Mexico) & P J Mathew Tilley (Australia)

Scale-up the sexual health effectiveness program trough the law in Jakarta, Indonesia

Andreas Pundung (Indonesia)

Answering the Call for More Research on Sexual Pleasure: A Mixed Methods Case Study of the Betty Dodson Bodysex™ Workshop

Lisa Meyers (United States)

The Quality of Sexual life and the Personality of Men Addicted to gambling

Agata Loewe (Poland)

Intra Vaginal Latency Time in Heroin Detoxified Patient

Muhammad Khan (Pakistan)

Sexuality, use of condoms and cybersex in Spanish adolescents

M. Dolores Gil-Llario (Spain)

“Before I knew, but now the clients know best” Secrecy, sexuality and services for young males and MSM in Bangladesh and Kenya

Anke Van Der Kwaak (The Netherlands)

Older Adults in the Media and HIV Prevention Campaigns in Puerto Rico

Maria Del C. Santos-Ortiz (Puerto Rico)

HIV Risk Behaviors and Sexual Compulsivity in Spanish Young People

Rafael Ballester-Arnal (Spain)

Distribution of Socially hazardous infection HIV/AIDS and STIs among Internally displaced people in Georgia

Nino Gulua (Georgia)

Factors affecting sexual safety among HIV-positive men who have sex with men in Harbin, China: implications from a qualitative research

Tao Peng (China)

MP-04: CLINICAL, SOCIAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH
Monday, 27 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 335

Chairs: Elmari Mulder Craig (South Africa) & Kwangsung Park (South Korea)

Development and Validation of the Korean Version of the Female Sexual Function Index-5 (FSFI-5)

Kwangsung Park (South Korea)

Emotion dysregulation and coping strategies among infertile couples

Chiara Petrocchi (Italy)

Quality of Life Among Women Applied to Trakya University Centre for Assisted Reproductive Techniques

Hamdi Nezih Dagdeviren (Turkey)

Sex and Pregnancy (An observational study)

Padmini Prasad (India)

Sexual dysfunction through 1 year postpartum following vaginal or caesarean delivery

Shiow-Ru Chang (Taiwan)

‘Not just a glass of wine’: A multi-professional approach in the treatment of sexual pain disorders

Elmari Mulder Craig (South Africa)

Women’s Recovery & Reconstruction of Self after Intimate Partner Violence

Simonetta Cavilli (Australia)

Innovative communication technology can help to disseminate information about medical abortion

Marlies Schellekens (The Netherlands)

Multidisciplinary Team Construction in Support Legal Abortion

Sandra Scalco (Brazil)

MP-05: BIOMEDICAL AND CLINICAL RESEARCH
Tuesday, 28 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 334

Chairs: Arunkumar Subbian (India) & Baharudin Bin Said (Singapore)

Using Aphrodisiac Foods and Sensual Meals to Create a Body-Mind Foundation for a Sustained and Thriving Sex Life

Linda De Villers (United States)

Systematic Review of the Literature about Herbal Medicine and Male Sexual Function

Keiko Yonezawa (Japan)

Yoga for Erectile Dysfunction

Sudhakar Petkar (India)

Combination Therapy by Pharmacotherapy (Excluding PDE5 Inhibitors and I/C Inj) and Sex Therepy. IS Treatment of Choice in Predominantly Psychogenic Sexual Dysfunction

Muhammad Amir Farooq Nasim (Pakistan)

Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction in Non-Consummated Marriage Are Non Responsive to PDE 5 Inhibitors but Are to Be Treated by IC Drugs, Pharmacotherapy and Psycotherapy

Muhammad Amir Farooq Nasim (Pakistan)

Role of Marital Status and Type of Marriage in Men presenting with sex problems to a Tertiary Care Hospital.

Arunkumar Subbian (India)

Characteristics of Sexual Intercourse in Vietnamese Adult Unmarried

Mai Ba Tien Dung (Vietnam)

A comparison of sexual self-concept between blinded and physical-motor disabled people

Tayebe Ziaei (Iran)

How Do People Feel About Self-Masturbation? – Findings From a Real-Life Survey in Outpatients

Eugenio Ventimiglia (Italy)

Father's reproductive age influences offspring's Kaschin-Beck disease

Miaoying Yun (China)

MP-06: SEXUAL HEALTH, SEXUAL RIGHTS AND SEXUALITY EDUCATION
Tuesday, 28 July, 11:30–12:30, Room 335

Chairs: Luis Perelman (Mexico) & Qadeer Baig (Pakistan)

Application of ‘Theory of Everything in Sex’ in Sex Counseling & Therapy

Rajendra Sathe (India)

Report of our 12 years’ experience for male adolescence sexual education in Nagano, Japan

Toshiyasu Amano (Japan)

From CSE to LSBE Plus: A case study of Pakistan

Qadeer Baig (Pakistan)

Problematic Sexual Desire Discrepancy Impacts Sexual Satisfaction and Dyadic Adjustment in Men and Women with Different Sexual Orientation

Maria Manuela Peixoto (Portugal)

Automatic thoughts and affective states mediate the relationship between incompetence schemas and sexual functioning: A study with lesbian and heterosexual women

Maria Manuela Peixoto (Portugal)

Various expectation but one interest: men’s opinon on the ideals of women’s sexual desire

Cornelius Widyatmoko (Indonesia)

Effects of Muta’ah, Misyar and Concubines on sexual health in Islamic societies

Mohsen Ghorbani (United Arab Emirates)

Analysis of suicidal behavior in men with disharmonious relationships within the couple

Tatiana Butkova (Russian Federation)

Profound social and political change when parents and families support of their LGBTQ children

Luis Perelman (Mexico)

Changing attitudes on homophobia in the Jewish Mexican community through advocacy

Rinna Riesenfeld (Mexico)