Cross Cutting Issues in LGBT Health and Public Policy

In conjunction with

140th Annual Meeting and Exposition
October 27-31, 2014
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Monday, October 29, 2012
10:30 am- 12:00 pm
San Francisco, CA

Moderated by: Theo G. M. Sandfort, PhD

Topics and Speakers:
Cross Cutting Issues in LGBT Health and Public Policy from the Williams Institute
by Ilan H. Meyer, Williams Senior Scholar of Public Policy, The Williams Institute

LGB Identity: A Demographer’s Perspective
by Gary Gates, The Williams Distinguished Scholar, The Williams Institute

Predictors of Disclosure of Sexual Orientation to Healthcare Providers among Lesbians and Bisexual Women
by Laura E. Durso, Public Policy Fellow, The Williams Institute and Ilan H. Meyer, Williams Senior Scholar of Public Policy, The Williams Institute

Gendered Restrooms and Minority Stress: The Regulation of Public Sexuality and its Impact on Trans People’s Health and Public Lives
by Jody Herman, Manager of Transgender Research, Peter J. Cooper Public Policy Fellow, The Williams Institute

Impact of Race, Sexuality, and Gender on the Health of Black Lesbians: An Intersectionality Perspective
by Bianca D.M. Wilson, Williams Senior Scholar of Public Policy, The Williams Institute

Do Interventions to Reduce Stigma Improperly Infringe on Free Speech?
by Ilan H. Meyer, Williams Senior Scholar of Public Policy, The Williams Institute

Click here for individual abstracts and more information on CL Credits

Organized by LGBT Caucus of Public Health Professionals
Endorsed by Ethics SPIG, Labor Caucus, Socialist Caucus

For general information about the APHA Annual Meeting, including the registration and the full schedule, visit: www.apha.org/meetings/annualmeeting

 

 

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