March 18, 2006 LHRC presented a training for clinicians
Lesbian, Bi & Trans Health Update:
Optimal Primary Care & Mental Health Issues for LBTQ patients.
LHRC Annual Educational Events
The Lesbian Health Research Center holds annual events
dedicated to informing medical professionals and our community
about lesbian, bisexual women, and transgender health issues.
We encourage you to take part in our yearly events.
Other Previous Conferences:
We have held many successful conferences and trainings. Attendees
ranged from women in their late teens to seventies, and from
in the LBT
community to medical professionals wanting to learn more about
LBT health needs. Our conferences provide a space to
meet new friends, make professional connections, and learn
about recent LBT research.
Sponsored by the Lesbian Health & Research Center @ UCSF
In conjunction with the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Annual Conference
October 11, 2006
1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel
55 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco
Cost: $30 general registration
$55 registration with CEUs or CMEs
out more and register for our pre-conference institute at: http://www.glma.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.viewPage&pageID=784
Drabble, PhD, MSW, MPH: “Alcohol Consumption, Alcohol-Related
Problems, and Alcohol Dependence among Lesbian and Bisexual Women: Results
of the National Alcohol Survey”
Eliason, RN, PhD: “Smoking in Lesbian/Bisexual Women: The
Giddings, PhD & Peggy Chinn, RN, PhD: “A Theory of Social
Matthews, PhD: “LGBT Cancer Survivors: Quality of Life,
Adjustment, and Ongoing Survivorship Needs”
Rothblum, PhD & Kimberley Balsam, PhD: “Comparing Same-Sex
Couples Who Were Married in Massachusetts, had Domestic Partnerships in
California, or had Civil Unions in Vermont”
Tracy, PhD: “Lesbian Sexual Functioning Comes Out of the
Scientific Closet: A Web-based Survey”
Walters, MSW, PhD: “My Spirit in My Heart: American Indian
and Alaska Native Two Spirit Women”
Wilson, PhD: “Using Cultural Analysis and Collaborative
Research to Inform Sexual Health Promotion
University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing has been approved
by the California BRN, Provider Number 11632 to provide Continuing Education
Units for this conference for 4 contact hours.
GLMA is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
(ACCME) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. GLMA designates
this activity (all conference activity with the exception of the HIV/AIDS Pre-conference
Institute) for a maximum of 18 credit hours in Category I of the AMA Physician’s
Recognition Award. Up to six additional hours of continuing education credit
will be offered for the pre-conference institutes.
more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
in Our Lives: Raising Awareness in the LGBTQI Community
October 13 and 14, 2006
In this two day event we put a personal face on cancer in our communities,
confronted our unique obstacles to care, looked at the promising science emerging
to prevent some cancers, and talked with each other about what strategic steps
are needed to move forward in this fight. Get
2005 Educational Event
"Thank you for a very nice program - I learned a lot
of valuable info which will help me in my practice with transgender
patients. Also, a great update on lesbian health."
you! It was a great mix of hot topics and a great gathering
conference covered controversial and hot topics that
concern the LBT community: politics of lesbian
health research, LBT teen issues, parenting, and more.
I am glad I attended, my knowledge of LBT health issues
is now much greater."
- Helen 2002