This training is aimed at increasing the ability of health centers to improve recruitment, hiring and retention of LGBTQIA+ staff and providers. Participants will learn about the integration of staff into professional and clinical teams, the development of affirming and inclusive HR forms, practices and policies, and the importance of an affirming work culture in the retention of an LGBTQIA+ workforce.
Learning Resources — Organizational Change
This module builds off the Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Health Part 1 by offering specific information for clinicians, including: effective communication with LGBTQIA+ patients, asking about sexual orientation and gender identity, and addressing health disparities through clinical care.
This module builds upon Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Health, Part 1 by offering specific information for non-clinical staff, including: effective communication with LGBTQIA+ patients and collecting sexual orientation and gender identity data.
This module builds upon Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Health, Part 1 by offering specific information for health care administrators, including: strategies for making health care settings more welcoming for LGBTQIA+ people, and collecting sexual orientation and gender identity data.
Creating welcoming, inclusive, and affirming health care environments is critical for increasing access to care for LGBTQIA+ people. This guide presents ten strategies every health care organization can do to become more affirming and welcoming for LGBTQIA+ patients and staff and sets a foundation for comprehensive organizational change.
This is a discussion based session from the 2020 Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health conference, designed to encourage attendees to take knowledge gained from the conference and prepare to apply this to their own care settings. Fenway Health will be used as a case study for discussion, and attendees are welcome to bring their own initiatives to workshop.
In this talk from the 2020 Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health conference, Cei Lambert focuses particularly on provider bias and power dynamics and how bias shows up for transgender and gender-diverse clients.
Logrando Equidad en la Salud para las personas Lesbianas, Gays, Bisexuales, Transgénero y Queer (LGBTQ) – Parte 2
Presenter: Gerardo Moreno-Serrano, MS, LMHC
In this second installment focused on social determinants of health for LGBTQIA+ people, Adrianna Boulin, the Community Outreach & Engagement Manager for Fenway Health discusses how community-based resources can help to mitigate the effects of stigma and marginalization for sexual and gender minority people. This webinar compliments Part 1 by providing actionable solutions to many of the inequities faced by LGBTQIA+ people.