New Project ECHO Series: Providing Care to LGBTQ+ Members
Jan 18, 2024
A new Project ECHO series will explore providing quality healthcare for members of the LGBTQ+ population in North Dakota. This series falls under the Behavioral Health in Primary Care TeleECHO, hosted by the Center for Rural Health, housed within the School of Medicine & Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota.
The clinics will be on the third Thursday of the month, from 12:00 - 1:00 pm Central via Zoom.
Professional Development Training on LGBTQ+
Healthcare Considerations for LGBTQ+ Patients
Across the System
LGBTQ+ Health in North Dakota and How to Get
Speaker: Faye Seidler
The virtual three-clinic series will feature Faye Seidler, an award winning advocate who specializes in suicide prevention, LGBTQ+ populations, and state data. She was born and raised in North Dakota and has a decade of experience in community organizing, public speaking, and giving professional development training. She is known for connecting and uplifting others, bringing communities together, and always keeping hope in focus.
The registration link will sign you up for these upcoming clinics. Continuing Medical Education credits are available for those who attend a live session.
For questions or to join the Project ECHO mailing list, email Nicole Crouch.