SO/GI Data Collection

 

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Demonstration Videos

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Additional Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Demonstration Videos*

*Developed in partnership with New York City Health + Hospitals

Helping a patient who does not understand why he is being asked about his sexual orientation:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 1 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Helping a patient whose first language is not English:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 2 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Helping a transgender person who has changed her name:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 3 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Talking with a parent and child about gender identity:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 4 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Asking a patient about sexual orientation and gender identity:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 5 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Asking an adolescent patient about sexual orientation and gender identity:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 6 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

Talking about pronouns with a patient who has a non-binary identification:

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Collection Video 7 from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

This video shows two interactions in which a patient, Marcus, is asked about his sexual history. One interaction is positive and one is negative:

Marcus from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

This video depicts a patient, Zoe, who expresses interest in starting a family. The doctor asks some open-ended questions and also recommends a Pap test:

Zoe from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

This video demonstrates a positive interaction between a doctor and a patient who is questioning their gender identity. It includes a conversation on non-binary gender identity:

Hunter from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

This video demonstrates one way for a staff member to intervene when they overhear a colleague make an inappropriate remark about a transgender-identified patient:

Yousef from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.

This video demonstrates two interactions between a patient and registration staff, one positive and one negative.

Luis from National LGBT Health Education on Vimeo.