Stacy Elliott

Vancouver Hospital


p: 604-875-8273
e: stacy.elliott@vch.ca
w: Vancouver hospital

Bio:

Stacy Elliott is a Clinical Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Urological Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia. Currently the Director of the BC Center for Sexual Medicine, a tertiary care outpatient clinic specializing in the assessment and treatment of sexual dysfunctions associated with medical, surgical or traumatic problems. Her interest lies primarily in those persons with neurological impairments, and she is the Co-Director for the Vancouver Sperm Retrieval Clinic and a Sexual Medicine consultant to the GF Strong Sexual Health Rehabilitation Service. She has a subspecialty interest in the area of spinal cord injury, sexual rehabilitation and fertility, and is recognized throughout North America for her work. She is a recognized Canadian expert in the field of sexual dysfunction by her invited role on the Canadian Male Sexual Health Council, as an invited participant in the International Standards Committee for Autonomic Function and her participation on national and international advisory boards and academic panels. She is the author of many peer reviewed papers and several book chapters, and the co-author of the Sexual Health manual PleasureAble produced with DHRN . In addition to her teaching role at the UBC Medical School, she has been the principal investigator in clinical trials and received several substantial competitive research grants in the area of spinal cord injury rehabilitation and fertility. She is an active faculty member and researcher of the prestigious International Collaboration of Repair Discoveries (ICORD).

Disability Health Area of Focus:

Sexual and fertility rehabilitation after spinal cord injury and with persons with neurological disabilities

Area of Expertise

Acquired disabilities Developmental disabilities

Occupation

Administrator Consultant Educator Practitioner/clinician Researcher

 

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