Culturally Competent LGBT Health Care: A Necessary Step Towards Reducing Health Disparities
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
- 12:00 PM
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Please join us for the election of the Partnership's Board of Trustees, an update on the Partnership's accomplishments over the past year and a keynote presentation by the Dean of Rutgers University's School of Public Health who will address "Culturally Competent LGBT Health Care: A Necessary Step Towards Reducing Health Disparities."
Perry N. Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH
Dean; Rutgers School of Public Health
Professor of Biostatistics & Urban-Global Public Health
Director, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior & Prevention Studies
Learning Outcome: After attending the program, 75% of learners will report intent to incorporate information presented about culturally competent LGBT health care into their professional practice in order to reduce health disparities.
• Define terms, concepts and approaches related to LGBTQ health
• Explain the health and healthcare disparities faced by LGBTQ populations
• Delineate the health challenges of emerging and young adult LGBTQ individuals
• Apply strategies for working with the LGBTQ populations in healthcare settings
Last Updated: 05/14/19