Csaba Erdős, PhD

Csaba Erdős is an assistant professor at the Department of Public Health, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged. He is a sociologist interested in epidemiology, including sociodemographic and sociocultural factors related to sexual health. He teaches medical sociology - sociological aspects of medical organisations and institutions - research methods, professional socialisation, compliance, medicalisation, socio-cultural determinants of doctor-patient relations, stigmatisation in health care, the impact of social differences on health status - to medical students in Hungarian, English and German educational programmes.


Ways to identify female sexual dysfunction

Csaba Erdős, PhD, University of Szeged, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, Department of Public Health (Hungary)

Sex education is available to young people in most countries around the world. But the most common topics are unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Sex education does not cover various sexual disorders, pornography and compulsive sexual behaviour. The presentation will raise the possibility of how sexual dysfunctions can be monitored in young adults and what intervention options are available to reduce these dysfunctions.