Month: September 2018

Nursing Summit 2018 Agenda

Today is the last day to register without a late fee for the GLMA Nursing Summit.  In case you are on the fence, here’s our agenda. It’s full of speakers and presentations you won’t want to miss!

Time Agenda Item/Speaker Topic
7:15 Registration and networking breakfast
8:00 Hector Vargas, JD, GLMA Executive Director

Gal Mayer, MD, MS, GLMA President

GLMA Nursing Section Leadership Team

Michael Johnson, RN, PhD, GLMA Nursing Section Past Chair

Welcome
8:30 Rachell A. Ekroos, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, AFN-BC

she/her/hers

Sexual Violence among LGBTQ Idenfying Persons
9:15 Dawn Koonkongsatian, MSN Ed, RN, COI

she/her/hers

Healing environments for gender-diverse women
9:25 Amy Hequembourg, PhD

she/her/hers

The Role of Trauma in Alcohol Dependence among Sexual Minority Women
9:40 Paige Baker-Braxton, Psy.D.

she/her/hers

Rachel Neuschatz, MSN, RN

they/them/theirs

Centering the Narrative of TGNC Survivors: A Community Approach to Prevention & Intervention of Sexual Violence
10:00 Break 25 minutes
10:25 Kodiak Soled, MSN, RN (anticipated to be completed by Sept 2018);

she/her/hers

Healthcare Provider Knowledge Gaps and Acquisition of Transgender Health Education
10:35 Christine Rodriguez, APRN, FNP-BC, MDiv, MA

she/her/hers

Transgender Health: A look at Gender-Sensitive Healthcare
11:00 Amy Daly MBA, BSN, RN CCRN

they/them/theirs

Trans inclusive healthcare spaces
11:10 Regina Washington, DrPH

she/her/hers

Walking the Talk: Addressing E-ciggs in the LGBT community
12:00PM Lunch/Business Meeting

Mickey Eliason

she/her/hers

Diane Verrochi

she/her/hers

Business Meeting

Workplace Climate Scale validation  

1:00 Jerome (Jerry) Steffe, MSN, MPH, ARNP-C

he/him/his

VA Nurses providing care to LGB Veterans
1:10 Paula M. Neira JD, MSN, RN, CEN

she/her/hers

Serving Those Who Served: Caring for LGBTQ Veterans and Military Personnel
1:25 Dr. Tamara Griffin Keynote
2:25 Wendy A. Ritch, MA, MTS

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Rise of the Queerburb – Relationships Among the Domestic Migration of LGBTQ+ Populations, Health Policy, Health Equity, and Health Care Provider Cultural Competence
2:35 Break
3:00 Tara Noorani, BSN, RN, FNP Candidate

she/her/hers
Dylan Avery, BSN, RN

he/him/his

The Integration of LGBT Health into the NHWSN Nursing Curriculum
Randy E. Gross PhD, RN, NP, CNS, WHNP-BC, ACNS-BC, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

he/him/his
Bridget Maley MS, RN

she/her/hers

A Writing Assignment to Address Gaps regarding LGBT+ Health in the Curriculum for Associate Degree Nursing Students
Marianne Snyder PhD, MSN, RN

she/her/hers

Beliefs, Behaviors, and Experiences of Advanced Practice Nurses with Lesbian and Gay Patients: Qualitative Findings from a Mixed Methods Study
Eileen Glover, MSN, RN-BC, NEA-BC

she/her/hers

Patient satisfaction and culturally competent care for the LGBT population: a retrospective explanatory study
Todd Tartavoulle DNS, APRN, CNS-BC.

he/him/his
Jessica Landry, DNP, FNP-BC

she/her/hers

Advocacy Training: Delivering Culturally Sensitive Care to LGBTQI Patients
3:45 Maria McQuade, MA

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Faith-based Healthcare and the LGBT Community: Opportunities and Barriers for Equitable Care
4:00 Bryan Kutner, PhD, MPH

He/him/his

Stigma Toward Anal Sexuality is Linked to Discomfort in Health Care and Less Engagement in HIV Prevention among Cisgender MSM: Implications for Health Workers
4:10 Sarah Zollweg, RN, BSN

she/her/hers

Improving LGBTQIA Health: Nursing Policy Can Make a Difference
4:25 Caitlin Stover, PhD, RN

she/her/hers

Closing Remarks

Evaluation Collection

 

Continuing  Nursing Education  Credits

GLMA  is approved  by the California  Board of Registered  Nursing, Provider Number  16038, to provide nursing continuing  education credits. The GLMA Nursing Summit  is approved for 7.5 contact hours.

In  order  to cover  GLMAs administrative  costs, there will be  a $30 charge for issuance  of CE certificates. Those attending  and claiming credit for the GLMA Annual  Conference will only pay the administrative  fee once (for both the Nursing Summit certificate and  the Annual  Conference certificate).  CME is not available at  the Summit. Please see the  Registration Desk at the Summit for more information  or to  pay the  fee.

This agenda is subject, of course, to last-minute adjustments.  We hope nobody’s plane is canceled or delayed, for example, but if that (or similar) occurs for a presenter, the schedule will be adjusted accordingly.

We hope to see you there!

6 Days Left to Register!

There are six days left to register for the GLMA Nursing Summit at the regular registration price!

In addition to the topics mentioned earlier, we will be having a panel discussion on innovative strategies for promoting awareness among healthcare providers.  You won’t want to miss this, so save yourself a little money by registering to attend before the late registration fees go into effect on September 18!

 

Remember to Register

Just a quick reminder that regular registration for the GLMA Annual Conference and Nursing Summit ends on September 17.

Topics that will be addressed at the Nursing Summit include

  • e-cigarettes,
  • transgender health,
  • stigma and anal sexuality,
  • sexual violence,
  • sex work,
  • trauma and alcohol among sexual minority women,
  • religio-cultural competence and LGBTQ health, and
  • health policy.

Our Keynote Speaker is  Dr. TaMara Griffin,  a certified clinical sexologist and sex therapist, from the The Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada.

After the Summit, Conference plenary sessions include

  • Federal LGBTQ Health Policy Under the Trump Administration
  • Treating the Whole Patient: Addressing the Lack of Community-Based Participatory Research for the DSD/Intersex Population and the Role of Patient Advocacy
  • Sexual and Gender Minority Research at the National Institute of Health
  • The New Normal: Increasing PrEP Uptake Using Digital Media
  • Kimberly Clermont Memorial Lecture on Lesbian Health: Interventions for Healthy Aging Among Mature Black Lesbians: Recommendations Gathered through Community-Based Research
  • Stanley Biber Memorial Lecture on Transgender Health: Providing Gender Affirming and Patient Centered Care to Trans Masculine Individuals: Findings from a National Survey of Trans Masculine Individuals

There is a preliminary program available so that you can see the wealth of other sessions planned.

You won’t want to miss this, so save yourself a little money and register before late fees start on September 18!