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LGBT Health Week 2014

 

This year for LGBT Health Week, the National LGBT Health Education Center is releasing new materials focused on the importance of helping LGBT patients feel empowered to talk to their providers about being LGBT. These publications are a great way to get the conversation started! We are also offering a new webinar on creating a welcoming environment for LGBT people.

Poster for your Health Center!

DADT PosterIn response to multiple requests, we have developed a poster to display in your health center that helps create a welcoming climate. This poster encourages patients to talk to their provider about being LGBT, and lets patients know that providers will welcome the conversation. The poster complements our patient brochure, "Do Ask, Do Tell: Talking to your provider about being LGBT," which has been well received by patients and providers alike.

To view and download the poster for your organization, click here!

 

 

 

Ahora en Español!

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Additionally, the patient brochure is now available in Spanish! "Pregunte y digalo: Hable con su proveedor de atencion medica sobre ser LGBT"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Webinar: Creating Inclusive Health Care Environments for LGBT Patients and Staff

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  • Date/Time: Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 2:00pm ET
  • Faculty: Heidi Holland, M.Ed., Program Manager, the National LGBT Health Education Center
  • Register

LGBT people, like all population groups, want to receive health care in environments in which they feel welcome, included, respected, and understood. In this webinar, the National LGBT Health Education Center’s Heidi Holland, M.Ed., will describe   strategies and model policies for creating LGBT-inclusive health care spaces.  These recommendations are designed to support health centers and other health care organizations in the outreach/recruitment, support, and retention of both LGBT patients and employees.  Free CME/CEU credits are available!

 

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