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2018 Agenda

 

 

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The Meaningful Care Conference is pleased to announce that the keynote address will be delivered by Shane Snowdon, Principal at Edgework Consulting and formerly the Founding Director of National LGBT Health & Aging Program, Human Rights Campaign Foundation and Founding Director of National Center for LGBT Health & Equity, University of California San Francisco.


Tentative LGBTQ+ Meaningful Care Conference Agenda

Download a PDF version of the agenda here.

8:00 AM Registration Opens

Mount Hood Foyer

8:30 AM – 8:50 AM Introduction: LGBTQ+ Health: Advancing a Diverse Community Together Tyler TerMeer, MS Executive Director, Cascade AIDS Project

Mount Hood

8:50 AM – 9:30 AM Panel: The Intersectional Experience in Healthcare

Mount Hood

9:30 AM – 9:45 AM Break

9:45 AM – 10:45 AM Concurrent Workshops

SOGI-Affirming Organizational Change: Building Capacity to Better Serve LGBTQ Patients Kate Cooper

Mount Hood

 The Physiology of Oppression, Addiction, and the LGBTQ Lived Experience Lydia Bartholow

Cascade B, C

 Working with Trauma Survivors to Find Stabilization in Unsafe Times Amanda Antenucci

St. Helens A, B

Trauma Informed Care in Practice at the Multnomah County HIV Clinic Maria Kosmetatos

St. Helens C

LGBTQ+ Health Care Access in Rural Oregon Jeff Williams

St. Helens D

Affinity Session:  Trans Providers in Trans Health Christopher Hamman

Mt. Adams

10:45 AM – 11:00 AM Break

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Concurrent Workshops

 PANEL: Gender Affirming Care Across the Lifespan: Care for Non-Binary Patients Neola Young and Integrating Gender Affirming Care into Primary Care Settings Annie Tubman

Mount Hood

 Does Stigma Toward Anal Sex Impede Engagement of MSM in HIV Services and Sexual Prevention Strategies Bryan Kutner

Cascade B, C

 Taking on Big Tobacco, Alcohol and Soda to Reduce Risk Factors Affecting the Health of LGBTQ Communities in Oregon Regina Washington

St. Helens A, B

 PrEParing Providers: The Landscape of PrEP Access and Patient Experiences in Oregon Christina Sun

St. Helens C

LGBTQ Veterans and Service Members, Serving Those Who Served Rebecca Cassanova

St. Helens D

PANEL: Supportive Care for Transgender Patients:  More than a Letter: Medical Knowledge for Mental Health Providers Jess Guerriero and The Role of Care Providers in Trans Healthcare Christopher Hamann

Mt. Adams

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM Break/Participants Gather Lunch

Mount Hood

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:  Shane Snowdon, Principal at Edgework Consulting, formerly Founding Director of National LGBT Health & Aging Program, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, & Founding Director of National Center for LGBT Health & Equity

Mount Hood

1:30 PM – 1:45 PM Break

1:45 PM – 3:15 PM Concurrent Sessions

Keys to Ensuring That Your Healthcare Setting Never Misses an Opportunity to Recognize and Treat an STI Lindsay Hixson, Josh Ferrer, John Nusser

Mount Hood

PANEL: Long Term Survivors of HIV “in our own words” Michael Thurman

Cascade B, C

PANEL: Special considerations in addressing reproductive health in the LGBTQ+ community Paula Amato, Lishiana Schaffer, Neola Young

St. Helens A, B

 PANEL: Considerations for Gender Non-Conforming Youth - Gender Transition: How Young is Too Young? Jenn Burleton and Medical Interventions in Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: Options, Nuances, and Challenges Karin Selva and Many Doors One Path: A Model for a Patient/Family Centered Care in the Pediatric Endocrinology Environment Jess Guerriero

St. Helens C, D

 Body Sovereignty: Embodying the Intersections of Fatness, Queerness, and Indigeneity Shilo George

Mt. Adams

3:15 PM – 3:30 PM Break

3:30 PM – 4:45 PM Closing Session: Meaningful Care in Action

Facilitated by Peter Parisot

Mount Hood

4:45 PM – 6:00 PM Networking & Tabling Event

Mount Hood

Foyer