View Webinar Bookmark In this interactive webinar, Dr. She will also consider dominant group identity and oppressive behaviors, while identifying anti-oppressive best practices that support healthy outcomes for LGBTQ patients. The program presents the latest data on transgender people and HIV, describes the roles stigma and discrimination play in contributing to health disparities, and provides tips on how to provide patient-centered care specific to the needs of transgender people.
In part one of this two part webinar Jessica Flaherty will introduce new terms used to explore the ways in which oppression (racism, homo/bi/trans-phobia, sexism, heterosexism, cisgenderism) impact health outcomes for LGBTQ patients.
This advanced webinar is geared towards providers of transgender medical care and therefore assumes that participants will have, at minimum, a baseline understanding of transgender medical terms and care guidelines. Walter Bockting, both of Columbia University Medical Center’s new LGBT Health Initiative, focus on how clinicians can support children and adolescents with gender dysphoria.
View Webinar Bookmark Originally Presented On: October 28, 2014Faculty: Stewart L Adelson, MD and Walter Bockting, Ph D, LGBT Health Initiative, Columbia University, New York, NYSponsors: The National LGBT Health Education Center A growing number of clinicians are facing the challenge of caring for pediatric patients with fluid gender identities and with dysphoria about discordance between their gender identity and birth sex. They review specific health and mental health needs in gender dysphoric children and adolescents, and will provide viewers with effective and innovative ways to support their gender dysphoric patients. View Webinar Bookmark Originally Presented On: February 17, 2015Faculty: Dan Karasic, MD, Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco Sponsors: The National LGBT Health Education Center Research suggests that the number of transgender people seeking gender affirming surgical procedures is increasing, and this is accelerating in the US with the lifting of insurance exclusions.
State Anti-Transgender ‘Bathroom Bills’ Threaten Transgender People’s Health, Participation In Public Life A policy brief released by The Fenway Institute and the Center for American Progress examines controversial state and local legislation that would prevent transgender people from using gendered public facilities, such as restrooms or locker rooms, that align with their gender identity.
The brief deb Fenway Hosts Full House To Celebrate Second Guide To LGBT Health On April 28, 2015, Fenway hosted a full house of local physicians, medical students, behavioral health professionals, and leaders of the American College of Physicians to celebrate the Second Edition.