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Intersections of Sexual & Gender Minority Identities w/ Social & Structural Determinants of Health

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Date Published

November 14, 2020


American Physical Therapy Association of DC




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Learning Objectives:

1. Identify and convey the importance of being culturally sensitive /respectful and knowledgeable with patients and students who identify as a sexual and/or gender minority
2. Be able to discuss and understand the structural and societally endorsed inequities that contribute to health and healthcare disparities for sexual and gender minority populations.
3. Differentiate current factors contributing to disparity amongst the LGBTQIA+ community in the Physical Therapy clinical and academic settings.
4. Identify applicable community resources and professional resources to assist in health education for these communities.

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Karla Ann Bell, PT, DPT, GCS

Karla Ann Bell, PT, DPT, GCS is an Associate Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education at Thomas Jefferson University... Read More

Melissa C. Hofmann, MSPT, PhD

Melissa C. Hofmann: Melissa Hofmann, MSPT, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Regis University. She... Read More

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