Advancing LGBTQ health equity starts by educating those at the top of our social power structures: the health care systems, services, and employers that our LGBTQ communities rely on. The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity offers a wide variety of training and education programs to help organizations—and the people within them—create successful cultures of inclusion.
Due to COVID-19, all workplace training programs are currently being offered virtually. Please e-mail or call 410-837-2050 x1049 to learn more.
For organizations, schools, and employers seeking to create a culture of inclusion and reduce LGBTQ social and health inequities, we are here to help. We offer a selection of training programs to choose from, or we can design a customized program that meets your organization’s unique goals and needs.
- Inclusion & Equity
- Fundamentals of LGBTQ health care
What Our Clients Say
“The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity has provided training to our organization over the past several years. Their training is exceptional and has allowed our staff to grow professionally. I highly recommend their trainings.”
--Chloe Perez, LCSW-C, LICSW
President and CEO, Hearts & Homes for Youth
- LGBTQ social and health inequities
- Identifying & addressing implicit bias and blindspots
- Collecting & utilizing sexual orientation/gender identity (SOGI) data
- Understanding gender identity
- Gender-affirming health care across the lifespan
To learn how to bring an equity and inclusion training program to your team or organization, please e-mail The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity or call us at 410-837-2050 x1049.
Due to COVID-19 our centers are operating at limited capacity and not allowing students on site. We are not accepting applications for clinical rotations at this time. Please check back in the future as we will reopen the application once our centers return to full operations. Thank you.
The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity at Chase Brexton Health Care offers coordinated clinical rotations in LGBTQ health to medical and dental residents and students. Gain an elite understanding of the unique health care needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary patient populations from one of the pioneers and leaders in LGBTQ health care.
LGBTQ-Focused Learning Approach
You will learn a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to LGBTQ health, with opportunities to train with specialists in the following areas:
- Primary care
- Behavioral health care
- Gender-affirming care
Our program balances an emphasis on clinical expertise and cultural competency, giving you the well-rounded skills you need to deliver welcoming, affirming, stigma-free care.
Our clinical training program is highly competitive and receives a large volume of applications each year. Students who wish to be considered must meet the following requirements:
- Minimum of 80 hours onsite learning for academic credit
- Minimum of 20 hours onsite learning if not seeking academic credit
- Background check*
- Drug screen*
- Proof of vaccinations*
- A completed affiliation agreement between your school and Chase Brexton Health Care
*Chase Brexton is not responsible for coordinating or payment of any onboarding requirements.
Due to COVID-19, all professional development programs are currently being offered virtually. Please e-mail or call 410-837-2050 x1049 for a list of available courses.
The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity is dedicated to helping health care professionals stay informed of the latest evidence-based best practices in LGBTQ health care. Our accredited professional development courses give you and your team the opportunity to earn CEUs/CMEs/CNEs while advancing your knowledge, improving patient outcomes, and creating an inclusive, stigma-free health care setting.
Sample Course Topics
- Identifying & Addressing Implicit Bias
- Collecting & Utilizing Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity (SOGI) Data
- Managing Anxiety & Depression for LGBTQ Populations
- Providing Culturally Appropriate Health Care for LGBTQ Persons of Color
- Minority Stress: Double Trouble – How Nurses Can Help
- Best Practices in Gender-Diverse Care
- Medical Options for Transgender Youth
- Primary Care for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Adults
- Surgical Options for Transgender Care
- Equity: Nursing Care of Gender-Diverse Populations
- Ethical Considerations for Serving Gender-Diverse Youth and Their Families
- Ethical Considerations in Affirming Care for Non-Binary Individuals
- Ethical Considerations for Providing Surgical Readiness Assessments
- LGBTQ Youth Tobacco Prevention
For a list of currently available courses, or to learn more about participating in our professional development programs, please e-mail The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity or call us at 410-837-2050 x1049.
If you need expert guidance in caring for a transgender, non-binary, or gender-diverse patient or patient community, The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity and Chase Brexton Health Care can help.
As a volunteer provider with TransLine: Transgender Medical Consultation Service, we provide individualized case consultations and knowledge-sharing for providers across the country. Find answers to a broad range of clinical questions in the TransLine library, or submit your own question to be reviewed and answered by TransLine’s volunteer providers within two business days.