Population Care 2 MIN READ Communicating with LGBTQ patients Get to know the LGBTQ population using a series of free learning modules from the Fenway Institute. Population Care 1 MIN READ LGBTQ advocacy resources for physicians Learn more about how the AMA supports and advocates for the LGBTQ+ population through policies, research and education. Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues 2 MIN READ About the LGBTQ Advisory Committee The Advisory Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Issues (LGBTQ) addresses issues of interest to LGBTQ physicians, patients and straight allies. Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues Members of the Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues View the members of the Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues. Health Equity Jun 22, 2020 · 49 MIN READ Prioritizing Equity video series: LGBTQ Voices Watch the latest Prioritizing Equity YouTube video series: LGBTQ Voices. Population Care 2 MIN READ Policies on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBTQ) issues Examine the AMA's position on sexual orientation and gender identity and the Association's work to inform the public about LGBTQ discrimination and abuse. Accelerating Change in Medical Education Jan 23, 2017 · 3 MIN READ Clinical guide helps integrate LGBT care into practice, education Most physicians receive little or no training on how to care for LGBT patients. A new textbook provides expert clinical guidance and teaching resources. Leadership Apr 23, 2019 · 3 MIN READ Desiray C. Bailey, MD: Advocating for the LGBTQ community As a retired physician, AMA member Desiray C. Bailey, MD, helps shape policy and education, and improve access and competent health care for LGBTQ patients. Population Care 51 MIN READ Black & LGBTQ+: At the intersection of race, sexual orientation & identity On June 24, 2021, the Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues and Minority Affairs Section held a webinar featuring on the health and well-being of Americans who identify as Black and LGBTQ+. Population Care Jun 23, 2022 · 8 MIN READ Q&A: How to build a nationally recognized LGBTQ+ clinic Katherine Imborek, MD, explains how a one-night-a-week service at the University of Iowa grew into a clinic treating some 14,000 LGBTQ+ patients. Pagination Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Next page Arrow left Created with Sketch.