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Surgical education in the 21st century: implications for sexual medicine

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This surgical education program is an ESSM (European Society for Sexual Medicin) initiative designed and developed within the scientific board of ESSM. The certicate that will follow after completing this Surgical Academy will be given by ESSM.

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van Renterghem, K., Ghazi, A. Surgical education in the 21st century: implications for sexual medicine. Int J Impot Res 32, 544–546 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41443-019-0218-8

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