Deadline: April 15, 2020
GLMA is excited to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 38th GLMA Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health, which will be held September 23-26, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, FL!
Abstracts must be submitted and completed online by 11:59PM Eastern on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.
Developing LGBTQ Health Leadership: Strategies to Strengthen Ability and Influence in LGBTQ Healthcare, Health Education, and Health Policy
This year’s conference theme, Developing LGBTQ Health Leadership, will focus on strategies to strengthen the ability and influence of leaders to improve outcomes in LGBTQ healthcare, health education, and policy making at every opportunity. We especially welcome abstracts pertaining to: (1) LGBTQ health, healthcare and health policy in rural, urban, and international settings; (2) research and strategies to improve the health of LGBTQ people of color, LGBTQ Indigenous people, and Two-Spirit individuals; (3) research on health education; (4) the impact of social policies and the political climate on LGBTQ health; (5) fertility considerations and reproductive health for transgender and other gender-expansive individuals, and sexual minority women; (6) the impact of climate change on LGBTQ health; and (7) community-led LGBTQ health initiatives.
Abstracts and proposals addressing this theme will be prioritized.
Visit our website to learn more about the Call for Abstracts and the submission process.
About the Annual Conference:
GLMA's Annual Conference is the premier, interdisciplinary LGBTQ health conference and the world's largest scientific gathering devoted to LGBTQ health issues and concerns. GLMA's Annual Conference educates practitioners, policy advocates, educators, administrators, researchers and students - from across the health professions - about the unique health needs of LGBTQ individuals and families. The conference is a forum for discussion and exploration of how best to address these needs as well as the needs of LGBTQ health professionals and health profession students. GLMA's Annual Conference also reports on research into the health needs of LGBTQ people.
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