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Nov

08

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Webinar: Connecting with Underserved and Understudied Populations Through Research

Posted by on November 8th, 2019 0 comments Tags: , , , ,

Although clinicians and researchers may struggle with defining underserved and understudied populations, it is clear that certain groups of patients, especially in rural communities, bring unique experiences to patients, clinicians, and researchers alike. The presenters will address strategies in better understanding three groups – patients from the homeless community, the LGBTQ+ community, and the Amish…. Read More »

Posted in: Minority Health Concerns, Webinars

Aug

21

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Periods – Let’s End the Stigma.

Posted by on August 21st, 2019 0 comments Tags: , ,

Migraines, constipation, diarrhea, painful sexual intercourse – all possible issues menstruators, or people who menstruate, may experience.  For those unfamiliar with the word, menstruators is a gender-inclusive term to address the fact that non-binary, gender nonconforming, and trans people menstruate as well. A PubMed Central search for “trans gender AND menstruation” retrieves 866 results, compared… Read More »

Posted in: General

Aug

21

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Improving the Health, Safety, and Well-being of LGBTQ+ Populations

Posted by on August 21st, 2019 0 comments Tags: ,

The NNLM New England Region is offering a webinar on Improving the Health, Safety, and Well-being of LGBTQ+ Populations tomorrow, 08/22/19 at 8 AM/HT , 11 AM PT , 1 PM CT , 2 PM ET.  This webinar is aimed at librarians, healthcare professionals, and the general public who wish to learn about the healthcare… Read More »

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