Category Archives: Resources

LGBTQ Cultures 2nd Edition!

Mickey Eliason and I are delighted to announce that the 2nd Edition of this book has just appeared – LGBTQ Cultures: What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know About Sexual and Gender Diversity!  It is available now on the publisher’s website, and … Continue reading

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Documentary – “How We Got Gay”

Everyone is still marveling at the rapid emergence of gay rights in the past several years – a change that is, in some ways, a rapid evolution.  But in fact, it is a shift that has a deep and incredible … Continue reading

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LGBT Healthcare Bill of Rights

Healthcare is not an easy subject for many who identify as sexual and/or gender minorities.  Many have had negative experiences with healthcare encounters, have heard horror stories from their friends, or, fearing the worst, simply avoid risking any encounter with … Continue reading

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Forgive a brief rant and rave…

I am sitting at Mel’s diner in foggy San Francisco doing paperwork over breakfast. In my bag, I have three articles that I have been pondering this week. Two are pending publication, work by faculty colleagues across the country. One … Continue reading

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Leading Nursing Journal Features LGBT Health Issues!

The June 2014 issue of the American Journal of Nursing features an article authored by Fidelindo A. Lim, DNP, RN, Donald V. Brown Jr., MA, and Sung Min Justin Kim, BSN, RN  titled “Addressing Health Care Disparities in the Lesbian, Gay, … Continue reading

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