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Event Recording & Continuing Education – June 2022 "LGBTQIA2S+ Health Care and Health Challenges"

Updated: Jul 13, 2022


Did you miss the MinnHNA event on June 4, 2022?


Or, do you want to watch it again? No worries! We've got you covered.


Watch the event recording at your own convenience!



The event recording costs $10 for MinnHNA members. If you already paid for the event, you will have access to the recording for free.


Nurses can receive 4.0 continuing education contact hours for watching the event and completing an evaluation.


Remind me . . . which event was this?


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Saturday, June 4, 2022

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT

Online via Google Meet



 

How to watch the event recording


Find the option that fits your situation.


Note: If you did not register for the event on or before June 4, 2022, you must be a MinnHNA member to purchase and watch the recording.


Not currently a MinnHNA member?


Option 1 – I registered for the event on or before June 4, 2022.
  1. Log in to your account (upper righthand corner). Tips: *Use the email address that was used to register for the event. *If this is your first time logging in, please create a password.

  2. Click the << Watch Event Recording >> link below.

  3. Start watching!


Option 2 – I am a MinnHNA member and have not registered for the event.
  1. Log in to your account (upper righthand corner).

  2. Click the << Watch Event Recording >> link below.

  3. Pay the $10 event fee.

  4. Start watching!


Option 3 - I am not a MinnHNA member and have not registered for the event.
  1. Click the << Watch Event Recording >> link below.

  2. The next page will only be available for MinnHNA members. To gain access, click the button to become a member. Choose the membership plan that's best for you.

  3. Log in to your account (upper righthand corner).

  4. Pay the $10 event fee.

  5. Start watching!



 

What can I expect?

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexual, asexual, and two spirit (LGBTQIA2S+) people often do not seek health care because of barriers and discrimination.


Five diverse presenters share their unique perspectives and expertise on health care and health challenges in our LGBTQIA2S+ communities. The event is divided into two parts with Q&A sessions at the end of each half.


The presenters, who all identify as LGBTQIA2S+, are working to improve health within mainstream health care and in their cultural communities. You will also hear from voices often under-represented in health care.



Learner Outcomes


Participants will be able to:

  1. identify health issues & challenges in our LGBTQIA2S+ communities.

  2. explore the impact of racism on LGBTQIA2S+ health.

  3. describe culturally specific issues in our LGBTQIA2S+ communities.

  4. explore community resources to support LGBTQIA2S+ patients.


 

You'll learn from these wonderful humans.



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Jacki Trelawny


Director of Community Engagement, Family Tree Clinic


Journey to Gender Inclusive Healthcare




 

Maria Orleny Arboleda


Consultant — community health engagement advocacy


Working with the Latinx LGBTQIA2S+ Communities




 

Jase Roe


They/Them, Two Spirit, Enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Organizer of the Minnesota Two-Spirit Society, & Primary Counselor at Niven Wellness


An Indigenous Two Spirit in Two Worlds of Traditional and Western Medicine







 

Raquelle Paulsen


She/Her, Lead Medical Case Manager, University of Minnesota Youth and AIDS Projects


Navigation of Services for Trans and Youth BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)







 

Deborah Thorp, MD


Medical Director, Gender Services Clinic, Park Nicollet Clinic. Past Chair & Vice Chair, Department Ob-GYN. Openly lesbian.


Improving Care of the LGBTQ Population




 

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