With Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) funding, Dr. Lori Brotto is setting out to solve access to sexual disfunction treatment for BC women with a simple tool: a smartphone.

One third of BC women experience sexual disfunction, yet most don’t receive treatment, largely because open conversations about women’s sexual disfunction are not normalized, especially compared to men who have benefited from the advent of Viagra. 

Dr. Brotto, professor at the UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, registered psychologist, executive director of the Women's Health Research Institute of BC, and Canada Research Chair in Women's Sexual Health, hopes to break through sex therapy barriers with eSense, a new digital platform.

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