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Dr. Ridwan's Appearances

On December 6-8, 2013, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh attended the 2013 World Congress on Men’s Health in Washington, DC, USA. This meeting was conducted jointly by the American Society for Men's Health (ASMH) and the International Society for Men's Health (ISMH) as the 9th Men's Health World Congress (MHWC), hosted for the first time in North America. Held December 6-8, 2013, in Arlington, Virginia at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, in the shadow of the United States capital city of Washington, DC, the Men's Health World Congress was devoted to the latest science and advances in men's health.

On September 1, 2013, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh left his position as director of urology at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn and assumed his new position of chairman of the Department of Surgery in the Bronx. His vision for his new position is to develop “The Best Surgery In The Bronx" as center of excellence in all surgical services. 

In June 2012, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh conducted a tour of South Africa delivering several lectures on men’s health in 4 different cities.

On October 2-5, 2011, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh attended the 2011 World Congress on Men’s Health in Vienna, Austria, under the title: “Men And Ageing: A Life-long Process – Improving Health by Ensuring Interdisciplinary Care”. An exciting scientific program was developed with a large number of prominent expert speakers.

On April 23-24, 2011, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh attended the Annual Meeting of the Kuwaiti Urological Association in Kuwait and delivered several lectures.

On October 28-30, 2010, Dr. Ridwan was the president of the 2010 World Congress on Men’s Health under the title: Men’s Health How To Overcome The Challenges!? View Save The Date. This landmark conference took place in Nice, France. It was attended by more a 1000 participants from over 80 countries. This keynote speaker of this meeting was Dr. Vivian Pinn, the director of the NIH Office of Women’s Health Research. Her speech "The evolution of gender-specific medicine, what can we learn from sex-differences research and women's health?!" was received with utmost enthusiasm and excitement.

On May 1-2, 2010, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh co-chaired the Consensus Conference on Hypogonadism and Testosterone Replacement Therapy. This conference was held in New York city under the auspices of the International Society of Men’s Health. A multidisciplinary panel of experts produce a significant paper on the link of the metabolic syndrome and diabetes to sexual dysfunction and hypogonadism (testosterone deficiency).

On April 30, 2010, Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh co-chaired the Consensus Conference on Men’s Health Maintenance throughout the Aging Process. This conference was held in New York city under the auspices of the International Society of Men’s Health. A multidisciplinary panel of experts debated, for the first time, comprehensive recommendations for the prevention of important men’s health problems, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and others.

On November 19-22, 2009, Dr. Ridwan participated in the annual Fall meeting of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America in San Diego, California. At the meeting Dr. Ridwan made a number of scientific presentations.

On November 15, 2009, Dr. Ridwan directed a speaker training course in Paterson, NJ. The course was attended by a number of health professionals for the improvement of their public speaking and presentation skills. This course was part of Dr. Ridwan’s “Communication Is Magic” series of speaker training courses.

On October 9-11, 2009, Dr. Ridwan was the president of the 2009 World Congress on Men’s Health under the title: Why Men Die Earlier And Suffer More! under the auspices of the International Society of Men’s Health. This landmark conference was very successful bringing together scientists, key opinion leaders, experts and health professionals from all over the world. They shared their knowledge and experiences in men’s health issues. View a summary report.