Useful information resources for healthcare professionals and their patients

  • The Society for the Study of Androgen Deficiency The purpose of this site is to provide information for both the general public and members of the Medical Profession. We hope that you will find that our Knowledge Base, designed for both groups, will be of interest to you. As a Society, we are interested in the part that Testosterone (androgen) deficiency can play in libido, sexual well-being, erection problems, diabetes, obesity, heart and circualtory disease, fatigue, Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss, ostoeporosis, frailty and aging generally in men and women.
  • Testosterone Deficiency Centre This site aims to assist and globalise that process of raising the awareness of the management of low testosterone, with accurate, current information for professionals and the general public.
  • Pituitary Foundation The Pituitary Foundation is a national UK charity, which is working to provide information and support to those living with pituitary disorders, including patients, their relatives, friends and carers.
  • European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM) The European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM) is a not-for-profit, multidisciplinary, academic and scientific organisation dedicated to male and female sexual function and dysfunction.
  • International Society for the Study of the Aging Male (ISSAM) The International Society for the Study of the Aging Male (ISSAM) was formed and incorporated in the United Kingdom in 1997 with the objective of promoting research, study and education on all matters relating to men's health after the age of 30. The Society sets out to promote the concept of healthy aging, and to support improvement of "Quality of Life" "life style" and "healthcare" for the aging man, through dissemination of information, and advancement of scientific and medical knowledge.
  • Kallmann Syndrome Organisation This web site has been set up to provide information for patients with Kallmann syndrome and their family and friends in additional to any health care professionals keen to learn more about this rare condition.
  • Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association The Klinefelter's Syndrome Association (KSA) is a UK registered charity founded in 1990 that exists to support all those affected by Klinefelter's Syndrome (KS) whether they are men and boys who have the syndrome, or their wives, partners, parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, carers and friends. In seeking to preserve and promote the health and the welfare of all persons affected by Klinefelter's Syndrome the Association seeks to raise the profile of the condition with the medical profession, other public and private bodies and the general public so that all understand its implications, not only for the individual affected, but also for all those with whom they have contact during their lives.
  • European Men's Health Forum (EMHF) The European Men’s Health Forum (EMHF) presents a new and major opportunity for a wide range of organisations and individuals to work together to raise the profile of men’s health at a Europe-wide level and within individual countries. EMHF has been initiated by The Men’s Health Forum, the leading advocate of men’s health in England and Wales, with the support and collaboration of partners who share its aim of tackling the poor state of male health across all the countries of Europe.
  • Men's Health Network Men's Health Network (MHN) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to reach men and their families where they live, work, play, and pray with health prevention messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities, and patient navigation.
  • Andrology Australia Andrology Australia is a community and professional education programme providing information on male reproductive health.
  • Netdoctor Website NetDoctor.co.uk is a collaboration between committed doctors, health care professionals, information specialists and patients who believe that medical practice should be based on quality-assessed information and, wherever possible, on the basis of the principles of evidence-based medicine. Critical medical information must be presented in a clear and understandable language so that the patient fully understands his or her choices and decisions. Ultimately, it is the patient who must make the critical health choices. Over 250 of the UK's and Europe's leading doctors and health professionals write, edit and update the contents of NetDoctor.co.uk. In addition to creating written content for the patient these same health professionals respond to users questions and concerns regarding general health concerns.
Last updated: 2016
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