Seven hours is not going to cut it: sexual identity education in psych residencies

Peter Young and idealistic, I took on an internship in a psychiatric hospital expecting the world of mental health to be the most sensitive, open-minded, and forward-thinking branch of medicine. I was rudely awakened when the doctor I worked for told me of a resident who greatly deviated from my ideal. The young resident was... Continue Reading →

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Barriers to Care For Trans* Men Who Have Sex With Men

Tori At the American Public Health Association’s annual conference, I presented data gathered through SexLab’s NGender study. In this study, fifteen trans men who have sex with men were interviewed regarding aspects of their community, health access, and personal histories. For this presentation, I focused on self-identified barriers and solutions to accessing health care. Many... Continue Reading →

Patient-Provider Relationships Among Young Sexual Minority Men in the Detroit Metro Area

Alyssa G. This presentation explores the research findings from the United for HIV Integration and Policy (UHIP) study, specifically honing in on relevant data regarding patient-provider interactions among young sexual minority men in the Detroit Metro Area. While discussing specific points of analysis, both quantitative and qualitative, this presentation also poses questions regarding how the... Continue Reading →

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