Bridging the Gap: Exploring the Current Healthcare Challenges of the LBGQT Community
Dana Hines, PhD, RN Assistant Professor at George Washington University; Martina Martin, MDiv, MA, ART-BCLC Instructor at George Washington University; Amy Stulman, NP at One Medical Group
This event offers 2.0 CEU credits to attendees.
The Black Nurses Association of the Greater Washington DC area will convene a continuing education symposium, "Bridging the Gap in LGBQT Healthcare" on Thursday, October 25, 2018, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The focus of this program is to improve the clinical decision-making and care provided to the LGBQT community. The following topics will be addressed.
- Health disparities and strategies to improve access to care among sexual minorities
- Barriers to care for transgender people
- Care considerations for the transgender patient on hormone therapy
- Cultivating cultural humility in your clinical practice
A donation of $10 is requested for attendees and $5 for nursing students with university ID.
A light dinner will be served.
Limited free on-site parking is available, but car-pooling is recommended.