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INFORMATION FOR

Frank H. Netter School of Medicine’s Gender Diversity Week Events

April 18, 2022

We invite you to join us for Frank H. Netter School of Medicine’s Gender Diversity Week events!

Gender Diversity Week, April 25th through April 29th, aims to educate, give visibility, and celebrate gender diverse people (transgender, gender queer, non-binary, ect.) through two keynote speakers and ending with a LGBTQ and Ally social with Netter School of Medicine’s Pride Alliance and Quinnipiac School of Law’s OUTLaw groups. We welcome you to attend some or all the week’s events.


Healthcare Challenges of Gender Diverse Patients
(Netter Health Equity Series)
Tuesday April 26: 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Virtual - Zoom (link will be emailed prior to event)

Carl Streed, M.D, M.P.H

This seminar will discuss the importance of appropriate language when caring for and interacting with patients, particularly transgender and gender diverse persons, and identify health challenges faced by this patient population. These discussions will also explore the advocacy needs for improving health care delivery and outcomes for transgender and gender diverse communities.


Accessibility of Gender Affirming Care

Thursday April 28: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
MNH 101, Virtual option provided
*Food is served starting at 11:30 am*

Avery R. Everhart, M.A.

"Incomplete Data & Insufficient Methods: Lessons from Transgender Health Research"

This seminar investigates three central questions: 1) where is transgender-specific medical care available in the US? 2) how many trans people in the US are there who may access this care? and 3) how geographically accessible is transgender-specific healthcare? In it I detail the construction and validation of a database of gender-affirming hormone therapy providers, a spatial analysis of estimates regarding the size and demographics of the US trans population, and the results of a 3-step floating catchment area method for quantifying the spatial accessibility of trans-specific healthcare using Texas as a case study.


LGBTQ+ and Ally Social
Friday, April 29: 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Location: East Rock Brewing Company
285 Nicoll St Suite 103
New Haven, CT 06511
*Food will be provided*

Please join Netter Pride Alliance (School of Medicine) and OUTLaw (School of Law) for a night of food, drinks, and socializing for both LGBTQ+ identifying students and allies! We welcome you for a chance to meet and mingle with other graduate students at Quinnipiac University. Must be 21+. Food will be served.

Submitted by Cayetana C. Navarro on April 18, 2022