Gender, Sexuality, and Medicine: An introduction to LGBTQIA+ competent care

April 28-29, 2023
Bloomington, Indiana
In-person and online attendance options will be available

Limited space for in-person attendance, register now!

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This weekend-long intensive course examines LGBTQIA+ health needs and how medical professionals can create a welcoming and inclusive clinical environment and experience for LGBTQIA+ patients. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate and have the opportunity to be listed in the Kinsey Institute's provider directory.

After completing this program, participants will feel confident in creating a welcoming and inclusive clinical environment and experience for LGBTQIA+ patients by

  • Using appropriate terminology for LGBTQIA+ patients
  • Mitigating the effect of stigma and bias on LGBTQIA+ patient experiences and healthcare
  • Understanding gender-affirming care processes and referrals
  • Understanding the sexual health care needs of LGBTQIA+ patients

Information about continuing medical education credits coming soon. Contact kinseyce@indiana.edu for more information.

Dates: April 28-29, 2023

In-person: Indiana University, Bloomington
In-person fee: $300
Includes breakfast, lunch, and networking reception

Online: Zoom, live/synchronous
Online fee: $200
Online fee students: $100

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Presenters:

Jessica J. Hille, PhD
Assistant Director for Education
Kinsey Institute, Indiana University

Laura Knudson, MD
Gender Affirming Care Team
Indiana University Student Health Center

Greg Carter, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor
Indiana University School of Nursing

Juan Carlos Venis, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine

 

Schedule*

Day 1

  • Beyond Binaries: Sex, Gender, Sexuality
  • LGBTQIA+ health needs and disparities
  • Talking about sex with patients
  • Break, lunch provided for in-person attendees
  • Taking inclusive sexual histories
  • Safer, inclusive exams
  • PrEP knowledge and access
Day 2
  • Hormone therapy
  • Trans community research and engagement
  • LGBTQIA+ competent office 1
  • Break, lunch provided for in-person attendees
  • LGBTQIA+ competent office 2
  • Breakout groups -
  • Keynote (TBA) Networking reception for in-person attendees
*draft schedule subject to change

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