AND LESBIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
FOR PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE IN LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND
TRANSGENDER HEALTH CARE
copies available from GLMA: email@example.com
or 415-255-4547, x 300
**GLMA has compiled over 30 power point Model grand round
and medical educational presentations on LGBT Health prepared
by members and other LGBT health experts. Available for downloading
in early 2003: http://www.glma.org/store
Curriculum for Learning about Homosexuality and Gay Men and
Lesbians in Psychiatric Residencies. Terry S. Stein, 1989.
Provider's Handbook on Culturally Competent Care: Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Population Kaiser Permanante
National Diversity Council and the Kaiser Permanente National
Diversity Department. 2000.
Provider's Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services. Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.
2001. DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 01-3498. www.
Report to the Education Policy Committee on the Spring 2000
Pilot Course on Sexuality Studies in Health and Medicine.
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign,
to Health Care for Transgendered Persons in Greater Boston
JRI Research and Training Institute, Inc. GLBT Health Access
Discrimination in Medicine: Results of a National Survey of
Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Physicians. Benjamin Schatz Esq.,
and Katherine A. O'Hanlan M.D. 1994.
Copies available from the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association,
firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-255-4547, x 300.
Health Care for the Lesbian & Gay Communities: Opportunities
for Teaching & Learning. Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel
Deaconess/Mount Auburn Institute for Education and Research,
Community Standards of Practice for the Provision of Quality
Health Care Service for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered
Clients. GLBT Health Access Project. www.glbthealth.org
Guidelines to Prohibit Gender Identity Discrimination. City
and County of San Francisco Human Rights Commission. 1998.
These guidelines are meant to implement the provisions of
the San Francisco Administrative Code Chapters 12A, 12B, 12C,
and San Francisco Police Code Article 33 regarding discrimination
complaints based on gender identity. The SF Human Rights Commission
can be reached at 25 Van Ness Ave., Suite 800, San Francisco,
CA 94102-6033. 415-252-2500/TTY 415-252-2550. Ask for the
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and HIV Unit.
Communication with Lesbian and Gay Patients. Eric Schuman,
NWP journal of Clinical Practice, 1994.
Residents' Cultural Competence through a Lesbian and Gay Health
Curriculum. McGarry, Kelly M.D.; Clarke, Jennifer M.D.; and
Cyr, Michelle, M.D.
National Survey of Transgender Violence by GenderPAC. Available
Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Health Access Training Project:
Participant Resource Manual. Linde, Rhonda, Ph.D. JRI Health's
GLBT Health Access Project and Fenway Community Health.
Concerns of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community.
The Medical Foundation, 2nd Edition. June, 1997.
Healthy People 2010 Companion Document for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual
and Transgender Health. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
and LGBT health experts. San Francisco, CA. 2001. Copies can
be downloaded or ordered from the Gay and Lesbian Medical
Association online at www.glma.org,
or call 415-255-4547 x 300. Also available at www.lgbthealth.net,
the website of the National Coalition for LGBT Health.
and Heterosexism: Out of the Medical School Closet. Wallick,
M.M., North Carolina Medical Journal 58 (2): 123-125, 1997.
Observations and Policy Options. University of California
Commission on the Future of Medical Education, March 1997.
the Facts About Sexual Orientation and Youth: A Primer for
Principals, Educators and School Personnel. Available at www.pflag.org.
and Gay Health Care: Understanding the Needs of Our Community.
Beth Israel Health Care Summary Report, 1995.
and Gay Youth: Care and Counseling - The First Comprehensive
Guide to Health and Mental Health Care. Caitlin Ryan and Donna
Futterman. Columbia University Press. 1998.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health: Findings and
Concerns. Published in the Journal of the Gay and Lesbian
Medical Association, 4(3), September 2000. Also available
or contact GLMA, email@example.com, 415-255-4547, x 300.
Health: Current Assessment and Directions for the Future.
Anrea L. Solarz, Ed. Institute of Medicine. National Academy
Press, Washington, DC. 1999. To order: www.nap.edu
or call 1-800-624-6242.
Directory of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transgender Community
Centers. A Project of the National Association of Lesbian
and Gay Community Centers. Published by the Lesbian and Gay
Community Services Center of New York. 2000.
All Your Patients are Straight. Ruth Simkin MD, CMAJ, Aug
25, 1998; 159 (4).
Guide to Transgendered Medicine Shiela Kirk, M.D. Together
Life Works, 1997.
Effective Care for Gay and Lesbian Patients. Joseph Greco
M.D., Joanne B. Glusman MSW, LSW, Patient Care, 1998.
on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Domestic Violence (October
1998). Produced by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence
Programs (NCAVP). Available at www.lambda.org/dv97.htm.
Workshop on Lesbian Health 2000: Steps for Implementing the
IOM Report. DHHS Office on Women's Health, NIH Office of Research
on Women's Health, GLMA/LHF. www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/leshealth/.
To order, contact GLMA or the DHHS Office on Women's Health,
200 Independence Ave., SW. Room 728F, Washington, DC 20201.
Orientation Data: Inclusion in Information Systems and Databases
of the Department of Health and Human Services. Randall L.
Sell, ScD, Jeffrey B. Becker. Columbia University Mailman
School of Public Health. For additional information regarding
this report, contact the authors at 212-305-3457, or e-mail:
Services with Transgendered Youth. Edited by Gerald Mallon,
DSW. New York: Harrington Park Press, 1999.
and Indicators: San Francisco Community Standards of Practice
for Provision of Quality Health Care Services for Gay, Lesbian,
Bisexual and Transgendered Clients. 2001.
The Standards of Care for Gender Identity Disorders, Sixth
Version. Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association.
Dusseldorf: Symposion Publishing, 2001
Abuse Resource Guide: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Populations Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, SAMHSA.
2000. DHHS publication number (SMA) 94-2097. Contact the National
Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, 1-800-729-6686/TDD
1-800-487-4889, or visit www.health.org.
of Homosexuality and Mental Health. Edited by Robert P. Cabaj,
MD and terry S. Stein, MD. 1996.
Care: Recommended Guidelines, Practical Information, and Personal
Accounts. Gianna E. Israel, Donald Tarver, Joy Diane Shaffer.
Temple University Press, 1997.
Protocol: Treatment Services Guidelines for Substance Abuse
treatment Providers. A report of the Transgender Protocol
Team of the San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender
Substance Abuse task Force. 1995.
Transgender Care Conference was presented May 5, 2000, by
the San Francisco Area AIDS Education and training Center/Community
Provider AIDS training Project, in partnership with the San
Francisco Department of Public Health. The program featured
expert presentations on topics such as primary care, surgical
considerations, HIV infection in the transgender community,
psychosocial issues, and legal/ethical issues in transgender
care. Proceedings can be found at http://hivinsite.ucsf.edu/topics/transgendered_people/2098.473a.html.
Sexual Minority Patients. Charles Moser, PhD, MD. San Francisco
Health Issues: Planning for Diversity. A Curriculum Guide
for Trainers on Lesbian Health and Cultural Sensitivity."
Lisa Rankow PA-C, MHS
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
459 Fulton Street, Suite 107
San Francisco, CA 94102