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Photo of four panelists. Text ID: Online Panel of HMS LGBTQ Psychiatrists: What are you drawing on during this time? Monday, March 30, 2020. 3:00–4:00 PM ET. RSVP link above.

Panel of HMS LGBTQ Psychiatrists: What are you drawing upon during this time?

March 31, 2020

Watch Harvard Medical School LGBTQ faculty and residents in psychiatry discuss strategies for getting through COVID-19—for both their patients and themselves. They discuss the impact of changes to routines and living arrangements, holding onto your LGBTQ+ identity, the importance of community, and the existing coping skills we have as LGBTQ+ people. 

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Image of red ribbon. Text ID: Tuesday, March 17, 2020. 3:00–4:00 PM ET. What can the early days of AIDS teach us about today? https://harvard.zoom.us/j/7735053140. Join Jessica Halem in interview with Marshall Forstein, MD, and Kenneth Mayer, MD

What can the early days of AIDS teach us about today?

March 30, 2020

Watch Dr. Marshall Forstein and Dr. Kenneth Mayer discuss the early days of AIDS, its parallels to and differences from what we're currently experiencing with COVID-19, and what we can learn and apply today. Through sharing their own expertise and discussing questions from viewers, they discuss the past and present, stigma and panic, and the social and political impact on both AIDS and COVID-19.

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Co-parent adoption: A critical protection for LGBTQ+ families

March 5, 2020

Every child deserves to be part of a loving family, and establishing a secure legal relationship known as parentage between parents and their children is critical to the well-being of all families. This provides stability and security for children and allows parents to care for their children, including making important medical decisions. For LGBTQ+ families, co-parent adoption ensures that parents have a secure legal relationship to their child.

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