Show Notes for Episode Eighteen of seX & whY: Mike Gisondi Announces Stanford’s New, Open Access Course, “Teaching LGBTQ+ Health”
Host: Jeannette Wolfe
Guest: Dr Mike Gisondi, Vice Chair of Education at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University
How prepared are you to teach the next generation of medical learners about issues surrounding care issues of LGBTQ patients?
What if you could have a free (yes, free) and totally cool resource to increase your knowledge and confidence about this material?
Introducing- with perfect timing to align with LGBTQ health awareness week- an online CME course called:
Teaching LGTBQ+ Health: a faculty development course for health professions educators.
Access through Stanford Educational Technology
Not a health care provider? No problem! You can access this information too! Did we say that it is free, free, free!
Stanford’s Teaching LGBTQ+ Health course: Learners across the health professions demand improved LGBTQ+ health content and additional training opportunities in their schools’ curricula. However, most clinician educators received little, if any, training in LGBTQ+ health when they were students. This free, online, CME course addresses the gap between expected faculty teaching competency and a lack of previous faculty training.
The course is open access to educators across the health professions, as well as other providers, staff, trainees, and patients. It includes both LGBTQ+ health content and recommendations for teaching this material to trainees in any discipline or clinical department. Educators may freely download portions of the course for use in their daily clinical teaching or their school’s curriculum.
Michael A. Gisondi, MD
Shana Zucker, MD/MPH/MS (cand.)
Timothy Keyes, MD/PhD (cand.)
Deila Bumgardner, MA