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This section has recordings, podcasts and presentations from our staff and contributors. The podcasts are listed in chronological order, so scroll down to the bottom of the page for the most recent recordings.
Podcast 2 - Ruth Hallam-Jones and Juliet Grayson in conversation
Listen to podcast. Featuring sex therapists Ruth Hallam-Jones and Juliet Grayson in conversation with Sally Turner, following a talk and presentation given to the London Vulval Pain Support Group on Saturday 31 July 2010. Topics covered include current research, treatments and products that may be useful in the management of vulval pain. Disclaimer: please note, the views expressed herein are those of the participants and do not necessarily represent the views of the VPS.
Podcast 3 - A partner's perspective
Listen to podcast. The partner of a woman with long-term vulval pain talks to Sally Turner about managing the condition from a partner's perspective. (The partners Yahoo group mentioned in this podcast is currently inactive, but may be relaunched soon, so please check the VPS site for news).
Podcast 4 - Presentation by Helen Forth
A live recording of the presentation Helen Forth, Lead Physiotherapist - Women's Health, Royal Free Hospital, London gave at the VPS Super Workshop in London in December 2010. Any comments made by the audience have been edited and cut out from the presentation. This online presentation is accompanied by Helen's Powerpoint slides and diagrams.
Podcast 5 - Vulvodynia: a podcast lecture by David Nunns
An online presentation with audio about vulvodynia by Dr David Nunns. Please note that some slides show medical photography and images.
Although the slides in this presentation do advance automatically, some have a lengthy delay after the soundtrack for the slide has finished. We would suggest that when this happens, you use the Fast Forward button to advance the slides manually, which of course you can also do just to quickly click through the presentation.
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Podcast 6 - Vulval conditions and the new NHS: a presentation given by David Nunns
A live recording of a presentation given by Dr David Nunns at the VPS Super Workshop in London on 11 May 2013. Please note that any interaction with the audience, such as questions and answers, has been cut out from the presentation.
Podcast 7 - Psychological impact and therapy for vulval pain: a presentation given by Reena Shah
A live recording of a presentation given by Dr Reena Shah, Clinical Psychologist, at the VPS Super Workshop in London on 11 May 2013. As with Podcast 6, interaction with the audience such as questions and answers has been cut out from the presentation.
Podcast 8 - Don't be in two minds about pain: Integrating your conscious and unconscious minds to alleviate pain: a presentation given by Sheren Gaulbert
A live recording of a two-part presentation given by Sheren Gaulbert, Cognitive Hypnotherapist/Pain Relief Specialist/Behavioural Change Therapist, at the VPS Super Workshop in London on 11 May 2013. As with the other Super Workshop podcasts, audience questions and answers have been cut out from the presentation.
NB - As Part I of this presentation involved some brief practical cognitive exercises for the audience, and Part II included a group exercise in self-hypnosis, both of the MP3 files have a number of moments of silence. These are usually deliberate pauses by the speaker to allow the audience to reflect or engage in other cognitive exercises, and do not indicate problems with the MP3 recording. Feel free to pause with the speaker, engage in the exercises, or fast forward as best suits you.