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BY BTL STAFF
BAY CITY – The Michigan Primary Care Association and partners are looking for professionals to present at an upcoming LGBT Health Summit scheduled for June 13.
The summit is intended to reach all disciples within health centers, community based organizations and the general and public health care industries. Conference attendance is open to members of any organization.
The comprehensive summit agenda will provide educational and networking opportunities for all health care professionals, executives, public health specialists and community based organizations.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about and update their skills on: cultural competency, sensitivity training, caring for LGBT youth or elderly, utilizing health information technology to improve outcomes for LGBT patients, addressing social determinants and disparities that impact LGBT individuals, and coordination of services across disciplines internally or with external partners. Attendees will also discuss other innovative approaches to providing coordinated, comprehensive care to LGBT patients. Continuing education credits for attending the conference will be available.
Individuals interested in presenting at the conference can contact Llekken Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org.