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This section contains all the latest news and information from the Vulval Pain Society.

Participants needed for web-based study on vulval pain and eating behaviours (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)

The University of British Columbia are looking for participants for a web-based questionnaire study on vulval pain and eating behaviours. The main purpose of the study is to examine the relationship between eating behaviours and sexual functioning, particularly with respect to chronic genital pain.

Full details of the study are available on our Current research page.     

Cosmopolitan article on vestibulodynia

The VPS has been featured in women's magazine Cosmopolitan in an article on vestibulodynia. You can read the entire article on the Cosmopolitan website.

REMINDER: Vulval Pain Society Workshop Liverpool 2017, Saturday 10 June, 9.30 am - 3.30 pm

VPS butterfly logo outlined in white 16 times on a red background

If you're interested in attending the next VPS workshop in Liverpool on Saturday 10 June, but have yet to book your place, we still have spaces, but please note that booking will close at 12 noon on Tuesday 6 June 2017.

Event information and booking details   

Women's Coffee Morning: Your Pelvic Health, Saturday 10 June, Redruth, Cornwall

Read the text-only version of this flyer for the Women's Coffee Morning: Your Pelvic Health

Manchester Vulval Support Network: meeting on Thursday 23 March 2017, 7.00 pm

Manchester Vulval Support Network flyer

Read the text-only version of this flyer for the Manchester Vulval Support Network meeting

Podcast and transcript now available for 'Airing Pain' programme on vulvodynia

Link to podcast for Airing Pain Programme 87: Vulvodynia

If you missed the recent Airing Pain radio programme on vulvodynia, you can now access the audio podcast from the Pain Concern website. Pain Concern's thirty-minute programme features Dr Winston de Mello, Dr David Nunns and Dr Rebekah Shallcross talking about vulvodynia.

A transcript of the programme is available on the VPS website if this is more convenient.

For more information on the programme and the interviewees, click on the 'Read more' link below.

Read more: Podcast and transcript now available for 'Airing Pain' programme on vulvodynia