A free, evidence-based program for practicing clinicians, medical educators, and students in:

  • Gynecology, Dermatology, Urogynecology, and Internal Medicine
  • Advanced Practice Nursing
  • Sex Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Behavioral Health

Vulvovaginal itching, burning, pain with sex, abnormal discharge…

familiar complaints that can be difficult to treat and related to complex conditions.

Learn clear steps to accurate diagnosis and treatment options for:

  • Complicated and uncomplicated candidiasis
  • Recurrent bacterial vaginosis
  • Vaginal atrophy (genitourinary syndrome of menopause)
  • Desquamative inflammatory vaginitis
  • Lichen simplex chronicus
  • Lichen sclerosus
  • Lichen planus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Multiple other vulvovaginal conditions

Sharing the Knowledge Base

The authors of this educational program have more than 80 combined years of experience in caring for patients with vulvovaginal complaints. Elizabeth G. Stewart, M.D. wrote The V Book: A doctor’s guide to complete vulvovaginal health for women; it also became a reliable reference for women’s health clinicians.

This program is an extension of the book, created for medical professionals, to close educational gaps, promote confidence in the diagnostic process, and reduce the suffering of patients.



In-Depth Understanding & Quick Reference

  • Learn

    Profit from the research and experience of others.

    Understand how systematic approaches lead to improved problem-solving.

  • Grow

    Expand your clinical capabilities and your confidence.

    Improve your practice outcomes by applying evidence-based knowledge.

  • Teach

    Use this decision-support program to teach colleagues, residents, and other students.

    Qualify students to meet certification criteria.

What women’s health practitioners are saying

I am a General Practitioner working in a semi-rural location. The current wait time to see a dermatologist or gynecologist for a routine problem is one year here. Having a sound method of assessing vulvar symptoms and signs is critical in preventing women from suffering needlessly. You have helped me to do this, and for this, I am very grateful.
General Practitioner
North and West Herefordshire, UK
I am a consultant dermatologist in the UK and have undertaken a vulval clinic for the last 14 years. The lack of educational material available to us in this evolving specialty has always been a source of frustration and it is wonderful to be able to access this incredible resource. I think it is extremely generous of you to make it freely available. This website I am sure will prove invaluable as my practice evolves…
Consultant Dermatologist
Lancashire UK
I wish that I had a recording of the “ooohs” and “ahhhhhs” as I flipped through highlights of the resources on the site. It truly is amazing and all practitioners of women’s healthcare need to be made aware of it. I can’t even imagine all of the blood sweat and tears that went into that resource. We are all indebted to you!
East Lansing, Michigan
I really appreciate the information you have on your website. I teach NP students, and I will recommend your site as a great reference!
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Thank you kindly for all the effort you have put into making this a comprehensive and invaluable resource for clinicians at large. I reference this website often. It is highly informative and well-organized.
New Haven, Connecticut
I am a urogynecologist and have found this website and its contents to be fabulous! Very useful to my practice.
Queensland, Australia

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