RHO 2022 Symposium: LGBT2SQ Health in Focus
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Thanks to everyone who attended our first virtual symposium: RHO2022: LGBT2SQ Health in Focus. We had more than 480 registrations and we are grateful that so many people were able to join us.
If you were one of the people who joined us for the symposium, please note that your certificate of completion, if eligible, will be available by the end of March. And please fill out your feedback survey – we’d love to know what you think and what we can improve on for the future.
Learn more about our symposium topic with resources from RHO:
- Relationships with Food and Disrupted Eating Behaviours in LGBT2SQ Communities
- Equity and Respect in Health for LGBT2SQ Seniors
- Transition Related Surgeries – Post-Operative Complications in Primary Health Care
This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 4.5 Mainpro+® credits
In order to apply for Mainpro+ credits, attendees must sign into Zoom with the same name that you have registered under and you must attend all three panels. Attendees must also note their intention to receive a certificate of completion on the registration page.
Special thanks to our opening speaker, Nicole Tanguay.
I am a mixed race Indigenous person who is 2 spirited and a knowledge keeper on issues of gender and indigenous knowledge. I am also an older person who has worked in social services for many years working with Indigenous youth, seniors and regular folks. I am a poet, musician and a documentary filmmaker – I am also a playwright with lots of years in the arts community.
My gender is they/them and I identify as a 2 spirited gender non-conforming queer butch.
Special thanks to our selection committee:
Teddy Syrette, Juan Ortiz, Morgan Davis, Dr. June Cheng