More About Online Modules

More About Online Modules

Online Module 1:  Intersectional Affirming Care

Intersectional Affirming Care explores affirming care as a central principle of service provision and practice. This course focuses on preparing and empowering service providers with the practical skills and knowledge needed to effectively deliver services to 2S/LGBTQIA+ community members. Participants will engage in self-driven activities about affirmation and affirming care, which include opportunities to critically reflect on systemic and personal attitudes prevalent in healthcare systems.

Online Module 2: Confronting Ableism, Stigma and Bias in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care

Confronting Ableism, Stigma and Bias in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care highlights some of the pitfalls and challenges of service provision by centering the conversation around ableism, stigma and bias, highlighting different embodied experiences at the intersection of queerness and sexual and reproductive health care. Learners are encouraged to critically reflect on their service provision practices through intentional self-assessments and dialogue prompts on the importance of challenging ableism and ableist practices in healthcare.

Online Module 3: Weaving the Threads of Inclusive Care for 2S/LGBTQIA+ people

Dive into the vibrant world of 2S/LGBTQIA+ inclusivity with CBRC's Queering the Compass Participant Primer!

Get ready to equip yourself with essential knowledge on:

  • Positionality (bias, cultural humility, and intersectionality)
  • Unpacking 2S/LGBTQIA+ vocabulary
  • Relevance of 2S/LGBTQIA+ communities in sexual and reproductive health discussions

If you are a service provider interested in advancing 2S/LGBTQIA+ sexual and reproductive health, start here. This module is just the beginning of your journey!

Online Module 4: Abortion is Queer Reproductive Justice

Abortion is Queer Reproductive Justice is for service providers and healthcare professionals to learn more about abortion access as reproductive justice as it pertains to 2SLGBTQIA+ people and systemically marginalized communities. The module moves through the roots of foundations of the abortion landscape in Canada, followed by an exploration of the ways abortion is connected to the pillars of reproductive justice. Participants will then learn ways to “queer up” abortion care in their practices and have actionable steps of how to be advocates or providers of queer affirming abortion care.


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