The team at the MVProgram is actively researching the effectiveness of the MVP on women’s pain, sexual health, relationship, and psychological factors.
North America’s first Multidisciplinary Vulvodynia Program: Establishing a program of research to improve genital pain in BC women.
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute Innovation and Translational Research Award, 2015. Principal Investigator: Brotto, L. Co-Investigators: Smith, K. & Sadownik. L.
The impact of treatment confidence on the efficacy of multidisciplinary treatment for provoked vestibulodynia.
UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Summer Student Research Program, 2015. Principal Investigator: Yao, J. Co-Investigator: Brotto, L.
What happens to genital pain symptoms in women two years following treatment in a Vancouver based multidisciplinary vulvodynia program. UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Summer Student Research Program, 2014. Principal Investigator: Lester, R. Co-Investigator: Brotto, L.
PAIR study: provoked vestibulodynia and intimate relationships study.
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute Pilot Grant, 2013. Principal Investigator: Sadownik, L. Co-Investigators: Brotto, L., Smith, K. & Basson, R.
Exporting an effective and feasible multidisciplinary vulvodynia program to the community.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Dissemination Grant, 2013. Principal Investigator: Brotto, L. Co-Investigators: Sadownik, L. & Klein, C.