Inclusive Health 2020 Keynote Speaker

We are thrilled to welcome Dr Ted Jablonski as the 2020 keynote speaker. Dr Jablonski is an award-winning family physician who has been working with trans patients for over a decade. He recently co-authored the Towards Optimized Practice (TOP) guideline ‘Transgender Health In Primary Care’.

He’ll be presenting on the TOP guidelines and challenges of transgender health care in Alberta.

To register for the conference, go here

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CME Accreditation

The 2018 Inclusive Health Conference is now CME accredited!

This group learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Alberta Chapter for up to 6 Mainpro+ credits

The early bird registration deadline has been adjusted to Feb 17th, 2018 so physicians can take advantage of the discount.

 

Inclusive Health Poster 2018 CME Final

Early Bird Registration is Here!

Tickets are now available for the 2018 Inclusive Health Conference.

Keynote speaker Dr. Lori Ross will be presenting on “Bisexuality: Addressing the ‘B’ in Health Care Contexts.”  For the first time this year, we are also hosting a Hormone Replacement Training session and a poster session featuring LGBTQ+ health research. The full schedule can be found under the ‘program’ tab above.

FOOD IS INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE.

Get your tickets here to take advantage of these early bird prices:

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Note: If ticket prices are a barrier to attendance, please contact us and we will work something out!

 

Inclusive Health Conference 2018 – Call for LGBTQ health abstracts

The SGA is pleased to announce that the next Inclusive Health Conference will be held in Edmonton, Alberta on March 10, 2018!

This year we’re doing something new and exciting by featuring poster presentations on LGBTQ health research — and we want YOU to send us abstracts!

Submission deadline is January 15, 2018 and we welcome any form of research involving sexual and gender minority health. Email sga[at]ualberta.ca with questions or comments.

In the meantime, don’t forget to visit us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/uofasga/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel) and Twitter (@UofASGA).

Share Your Research

Did you recently publish or present research relating to Sexuality and Gender Minority Health? Or are you looking for participants for an ongoing study? Let us feature you!

We welcome research from all fields of study including, but not limited to, Gender & Women’s Studies, Psychology, Medical Sciences, Ethics, Public Health and Education.

Just send us a message on the Contact page to get started.