2006 Clinicians Forum

On Saturday, March 18th, LHRC presented a training entitled:
Lesbian, Bi & Trans Health Update: Optimal Primary Care for LBTQ patients

UCSF Laurel Heights Campus
(Garden Room)
3333 California Street
San Francisco, CA. 94118

Date and Time:
Saturday, March 18, 2006
9:30 am to 3 pm

General: $35
Registration with CEU credit: $45

Students: free (with ID)
Scholarships available

• Sexual Health and STIs among women who have sex with women
• Transgender Health Concerns

• Culture, Ethnicity & Health
• Primary Care of the Transgender Patient:Hormone Treatment and Sex Reassignment Surgery
• Depression in Queer Women: What do you need to know?

Where is the Clinicians Forum happening?
click here for:

Directions, Public Transportation & Parking Information

Jeanna Eichenbaum, LCSW
Dawn Harbatkin, MD
Ellen Haller, MD
Lori Kohler, MD
Bianca D. M. Wilson, PhD

Tei Okamoto, MTCM & Ed.D(c)
Jae Sevelius, PhD
Elizabeth Smith, PhD

For further information:
contact Lisabeth Castro-Smyth at 415.502.5209 or lisa.castro-smyth@ucsf.edu

Conference Partners

We are proud to be partnering with the following organizations to produce this important conference:

Gay & Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
Lyon-Martin Women's Health Services
Transgender Law Center
Transgender Resource and Neighborhood Space (TRANS)

Conference Supporters: University Advancement and Planning @ UCSF, UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, the American Cancer Society, Café lo Cubano, and Cal-Mart Supermarket

Our Major Sponsors: The California Endowment, the Dorian Fund, Jan Zivic, the Horizons Foundation, and Folsom Street Events

Special thanks to our distinguished speakers, individual donors and many volunteers who join us in working toward a world in which all people are free from discrimination and able to access quality health care with dignity and respect.



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