Speaking Engagements

Dr. Vanderlinde Portrait

Dr. Terri Vanderlinde is internationally available for medical speaking events. With a long history of speaking at women’s groups, holistic nurses’ associations, retreats, women’s conferences, NH Osteopathic Association, Exeter Hospital staff, and more.

Dr. Vanderlinde is well-versed in bringing to the audience the most recent and informational content today. Well spoken and outgoing, Dr. Vanderlinde is extremely comfortable on air and in person. She is interactive with her audience and thought provoking with her concepts.

Dr. Terri Vanderlinde is internationally available. If you are interested in booking Dr. Terri Vanderlinde, please contact her at drterriv@bestgyn.com or at 603-516-0000.

Female Sexual (Dys) Function
January 2015 ~ New Hampshire Osteopathic Association
January 2016 ~ Exeter Hospital Staff
February 2016 ~ York Hospital Staff

Female General and Sexual Issues
March 2015 ~ Seacoast Women’s Week

Female Issues In Menopause
October 2014 ~ Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Coders

Female Sexual Issues
April 2015 ~ Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Coders

Sex After Cancer
February 2016 ~ Seacoast Cancer Center Staff – Wentworth-Douglass Hospital
April 2016 ~ York Hospital Cancer Survivors Group

Sexuality for Women’s Groups
March 2016 ~ Antigua

Transgender Care for the Primary Care Provider
August 2016 ~ The NH Osteopathic Society

All That Itches is Not Yeast
January 2017 ~ The NH Osteopathic Society

Medical Approach to Sexual Issues
April 2018 ~ Boston  ISSVD conference

“Hi Terri, Thanks for your excellent presentation today. It was great to have you share your broad knowledge of this topic with us. It is also good to have you as a resource in the area.”

Doctor KS, Exeter Hospital CME Coordinator

“Dr Vanderlinde,

The evaluations were all very positive. Overall the group feels better educated and more comfortable discussing the topic of Female Sexual Dysfunction with their patients.

Many mentioned they are better informed with where to refer patients now. They also mentioned they hope the patients will open up more to them now that they themselves are more comfortable with the topic.

Overall, GREAT presentation. It was Very well received! Thanks so much.”

SH, York Hospital CME Coordinator