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Edna Cortes Fuentes

Posted By Amy Cassini, Monday, August 11, 2014

First Name: Edna

Last Name: Cortes Fuentes

Title: Attending / Consultant

Number of years in current role: 10

Affiliated Institution: Instututo Mexicano del Seguro Social

City: Mexico City

State / Province: Mexico City

Country: Mexico

Email Address: cortesfe@yahoo.com   

Have you ever served in a teaching/management role before? Yes

Have you ever served as a mentor before? no

If so, where?     

How many studies have you served as the primary investigator on? 10

I can provide mentorship in the following categories (please check all that apply):  
  • career development advice
  • research advice
  • coordinating clinical training clerkships for physicians-in-training
  • teaching visiting physicians treatment methods (surgical or non-surgical)
  • setting up international and national volunteering programs
  • setting up international research sabbaticals
  • relocation assistance

What qualifies you to be a mentor in the areas you checked? My experience being fellowship director of the Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Program in "Luis Castelazo Ayala" Hospital, one of the most important centers in Mexico. I am member of Urogynecology Society in this country.

Which of the following are areas of interest to you? (please check all that apply):

  • Prolapse
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Urge urinary incontinence
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Fistula
  • Hormone therapy
  • Vaginal surgery
  • Abdominal surgery
  • Vaginal mesh
  • Clinical research

Tags:  fecal incontinence  fistula  hormone therapy  international research sabbaticals  pop  prolapse  relocation  research  research advice  stress urinary incontinence  sui  surgery  teaching visiting physicians treatment methods  urge urinary incontinence  uui 

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