LGBTQI+ Directories

What they are and how you can be a part of them!

As a member of the Yale School of Medicine or Yale New Haven Health System (LGBTQI+-identified or not), do you want to connect with others with similar LGBTQI+ interests via the Outlist or our education, clinical, research and community service directories? We welcome you to participate and appreciate your interest in our directories: Yale Medicine Outlist, Health Education/Curriculum Directory, Clinical Care Directory, Research Directory, Community Service Directory, Student Mentor directory, and/or Resident/Fellow Mentor directory.

Our directories have been split into distinct interest areas to serve those in the community who have unique contributions to make, and the instructions to join may differ slightly based upon whether you are a Faculty Member or Clinician, or a Student, Housestaff, Staff Member, or Alumnus.

Follow the steps below to join any or all of the directories:

Join as a Student, Housestaff, or Staff Member

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Clinical Care Directory: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Clinical Care Directory and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 3: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile. Please complete the text fields for the lists that you have joined as below:

  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable) specialty of practice, populations served, and general topic (e.g. HIV care, trans* healthcare)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable), specialty of interest, services of interest, populations of interest, practice context of interest (e.g. hospitalist, community clinic)

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out this worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Community Service Directory: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Community Service Directory and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 3: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile. Please complete the text fields for the lists that you have joined as below:

  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ community service, including (as applicable) organization(s) with which you have volunteered, population(s) served, and general form(s) of service (e.g. free clinic, mentoring, fundraising)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable), organization(s) with which you are interested in volunteering, population(s) of interest to serve, and general form(s) of service of interest to you (e.g. free clinic, mentoring, fundraising)

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out this worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Health Education/Curriculum Directory: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Health Education/Curriculum Directory and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 3: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile. Please complete the text fields for the lists that you have joined as below:

  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ health education/curriculum, including level of training (e.g. UME, GME, CME) and topic
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ health education/curriculum, including (as applicable), populations of interest, topics of interest, levels of training for education (e.g. UME, GME, CME), modality (e.g. simulation, lecture, role play)

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out this worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Mentorship Directory: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Mentorship Directory and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out this worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Research Directory: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Research Directory and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 3: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile. Please complete the text fields for the lists that you have joined as below:

  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ research, including (as applicable) type(s) of research (e.g. basic, clinical, epidemiological, community based, humanities), population(s) studied, disease(s) studied, and general topic(s) of interest (e.g. tobacco cessation, mental health, LGBTQI+ people in medicine)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ research, including (as applicable), type(s) of research (e.g. basic, clinical, epidemiological, community based, humanities), population(s) of interest, disease(s) of interest, and general topic(s) of interest (e.g. tobacco cessation, mental health, LGBTQI+ people in medicine)

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Register for a Yale Profile

  • If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or alumnus, fill out this worksheet and then email it to web.services@yale.edu with the Subject Line, "Yale Medicine Outlist: Student/Alumnus".
  • If you are full-time University staff, simply log in to the Yale Profile System with your netID and fill in your profile.

Step 2: Complete a brief survey

After your Yale Profile has been set up, complete this brief survey. A member of our council will manually add you to the Yale Medicine Outlist and any other directories in which you had expressed interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Join as a Faculty Member or Clinician

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 2: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile using your NetID, and update your organization specific bio field for the Clinical Care Directory, with the following information:
  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable) specialty of practice, populations served, and general topic (e.g. HIV care, trans* healthcare)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable), specialty of interest, services of interest, populations of interest, practice context of interest (e.g. hospitalist, community clinic)

Please note that your organization specific bio will only appear after you have been confirmed by the DAC.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 2: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile using your NetID, and update your organization specific bio field for the Community Service Directory, with the following information:
  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ community service, including (as applicable) organization(s) with which you have volunteered, population(s) served, and general form(s) of service (e.g. free clinic, mentoring, fundraising)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ clinical care, including (as applicable), organization(s) with which you are interested in volunteering, population(s) of interest to serve, and general form(s) of service of interest to you (e.g. free clinic, mentoring, fundraising)

Please note that your organization specific bio will only appear after you have been confirmed by the DAC.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 2: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile using your NetID, and update your organization specific bio field for the Health Education/Curriculum Development Directory, with the following information:
  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ health education/curriculum, including level of training (e.g. UME, GME, CME) and topic
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ health education/curriculum, including (as applicable), populations of interest, topics of interest, levels of training for education (e.g. UME, GME, CME), modality (e.g. simulation, lecture, role play)

Please note that your organization specific bio will only appear after you have been confirmed by the DAC.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Remember, you can log into your Yale Profile using your NetID and update your information, if desired.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Step 2: Fill in the specific text-fields for each of the lists that you have joined

Upon receipt of your confirmation e-mail from a member of the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI+ Affairs, log into your Yale Profile using your NetID, and update your organization specific bio field for the Research Interests Directory, with the following information:
  • Describe ongoing and past LGBTQI+ research, including (as applicable) type(s) of research (e.g. basic, clinical, epidemiological, community based, humanities), population(s) studied, disease(s) studied, and general topic(s) of interest (e.g. tobacco cessation, mental health, LGBTQI+ people in medicine)
  • Describe topical interests in LGBTQI+ research, including (as applicable), type(s) of research (e.g. basic, clinical, epidemiological, community based, humanities), population(s) of interest, disease(s) of interest, and general topic(s) of interest (e.g. tobacco cessation, mental health, LGBTQI+ people in medicine)

Please note that your organization specific bio will only appear after you have been confirmed by the DAC.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.

Step 1: Complete a Survey


A member of our council will manually add you to whatever lists you express interest in within 1 week, and will send you a confirmation e-mail.

Remember, you can log into your Yale Profile using your NetID and update your information, if desired.

Any questions about this process or the status of your addition to these lists can be e-mailed to the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQI Affairs at LGBTQIaffairs@yale.edu.