Catriona has been extensively involved in contributing to broadcast and print media throughout her career. She continues to regularly contribute to and be involved in conversations around sex, intimacy and relationships in South African and UK media.
Catriona has also collaborated with various influential people through platforms like instagram, podcasts and webinars, discussing topics that are relevant to having a happy and satisfying sex life.
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PUBLICATIONS & LECTURES
Rudolph, E. & Boffard, C. (2018). “When pain becomes pleasure”. Nociceptive Views: Going beyond the pain threshold (6th ed). MIMS
Rudolph, E., Boffard, C. & Raath, C. (2017) “Invited commentary: Pelvic floor tx for ED “. J Sex Med; 14: 765e766
Roopnarain, A. & Boffard, C. ( May/ June 2012). “Exploring sexual and reproductive health in patients with rheumatoid arthritis”. South African Journal of Rheumatology Volume 4, Issue 4.
Boffard, C. (July/ August 2011). “Are sexual health professionals saying enough? The relationship between the media and sexual health professionals.” South African Stroke and Cardiology Journal Volume 5, Issue 3
Boffard, C. (May 2011). “Are sexual health professionals saying enough? The relationship between the media and sexual health professionals.” The Specialist Forum, Volume 11, Number 5.
Rudolph, E. & Boffard, C. (2017). Erectile dysfunction in men over 65. MIMS Handbook of Geriatric Medicine
Boffard, C. (2015). Female sexuality after a voluntary termination of pregnancy. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing: Germany.
Wylie, K., Rudolph, E. & Boffard, C. (2013). The EFS and ESSM Syllabus of Clinical Sexology. “Taking a sexual history.” Medix Publishers: Amsterdam.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN SEXUAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION, Webinar masterclass: “Treating low desire: A psychosocial approach”
UCT GPs REFRESHERS CONFERENCE, webinar: “Psychological elements of sexual concerns.”
SOUTHERN AFRICAN SEXUAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION & WORLD ASSOCIATION OF SEXUAL HEALTH, Webinar: “Sexual desire discrepancy in the therapy space”
THE CALABASH (Online): Sexology in practice for the psychology professional”
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY, UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND (Online): “It’s not all in your head”: Chronic Pelvic Pain and Sexual Dysfunction
SOUTHERN AFRICAN SEXUAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION (Johannesburg): Sexual desire: Making sense of wanting
WORLD ASSOCIATION OF SEXUAL HEALTH (Mexico City): “An integrative approach to treating anorgasmia in women”
VITALAB (Johannesburg): “Using sexology for couples struggling with infertility”
COUPLE’S ACADEMIC GROUP (Johannesburg): “Sex therapy within the couple’s therapy space”
NETCARE LIVER & CONFERENCE (Johannesburg): “Sexuality and cancer”
CHB NURSING COLLEGE (Johannesburg): “The sexual education you never got”
ROAD TO RECOVERY (Johannesburg): “Sexuality following a diagnosis of breast cancer”
SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (WHPG) (Johannesburg): “Psychology of the pelvic floor: Physiotherapy & female sexual dysfunctions”
GENERAL PRACTITIONER’S CONFERENCE (Johannesburg): “When sex & psychology meet: How it is affecting your patients and what you can do to change it.”
ASDA (Johannesburg): “Sexually Speaking: Understanding the impact of obesity and body image on sexuality”
ISSWSH (San Diego): Poster presentations: “Understanding female sexuality following a voluntary termination of pregnancy” “Polygamy and HIV: A complicated affair”.
BOSOM BUDDIES (Johannesburg): Expert on panel forum “Breast cancer and female sexual health.”
PELVOPERINEAL PAIN FORUM (Pretoria): “Vaginal dilation.”
PSYSSA (Johannesburg): “How women perceive female sexual dysfunctions from the perspectives of sexual health professionals.”