Discussing erectile dysfunction (ED) can be perceived as embarrassing – both for the healthcare professional and the patient (and partner) sitting across from you. Opening the conversation around ED is important to ensure that no man is left feeling isolated in their journey with ED.
This webinar will discuss the patient journey and how health care providers can better adapt their practice to ensure the patient leaves an appointment feeling empowered with the right knowledge.
Mr. Ross Holcombe Patient Advocate
Let's Talk about Patient Journey...
Ross grew up in Melbourne and moved to Brisbane when he was 21. After fourteen years there he went to Vanuatu where he lived for four years. Following this he ended up back in Melbourne and now resides in Ocean Grove on the Bellarine Peninsula. He is very proud of his two adult/children. Lauren is a police officer and Lewis is a physical training instructor in the Army.
Ross has always been active in the community and raising funds for various charities. He recently participated in the PCF’s ‘the long run’. He is part of and helps with a prostate cancer support group in St Kilda (Melbourne) and completed a leadership course with the cancer council in order to assist others.
His working life was mostly with the ANZ Banking Group in their Markets division. Ross is an Affiliate of the Governance Institute and an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders.
Ross is a qualified rescue diver (PADI) and enjoys maintaining his fitness.
Fiona Holden Nurse Practitioner
Let's Talk about the Importance of a Nurse...
For over 20 years, Fiona has been a Clinical Nurse Practitioner in Benign Andrology and Urethral Reconstruction. She is an expert in her field, looking after men with benign genital conditions, erectile dysfunction and complex wounds in FTM gender reassignment surgery, with specialist interest in penile prosthesis. She has published in peer reviewed journals and text books, and was elected to the Council of The British Association of Gender Identity Specialists Dec 2014- Sept 2017.
In her spare time, Fiona enjoys cycling, gym, socialising, cooking, sewing and crafts.
Dr. Gideon Blecher Uro-Andrologist
Let's Talk about the Holistic Approach...
Dr Gideon Blecher is a Men’s Health Urologist and Andrologist. He specialises in male reproductive and sexual health issues. Gideon has completed several years of overseas fellowship subspecialty training, in both andrology as well as robotic oncology. He now focusses on managing men for erectile dysfunction, penile prosthetic surgery, Peyronie’s disease, genital reconstruction and male infertility. He is the current co-chairperson of the Young Sexual Medicine Academy (YOsEMA) and serves on committees of both the International and European Societies of Sexual medicine.
This webinar will be moderated by Kath Schubach, ANZUNS President.
Use the link below to register. Limited spots available.