Panel: Our Voice in Primary & Community Care Redesign: Does it matter?

The move to person- and patient-centred primary and community care requires increased participation and representation of diverse GBTQ2+ men. This panel discussion aims to increase understanding of Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) Strategies for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR), opportunities for “systems change” engagements that have the potential to address structural health inequalities and inequities (e.g. colonization, homophobia, racism). Panellists will lead a facilitated discussion to consider what respectful and appropriate healthcare for GBTQ2+ men should look like.

Presented by Chad Dickie, Leo Rutherford, Lawrence Mroz, Jessy Dame, & Nathan Lachowsky at Summit 2019: Queering Healthcare Access and Accessibility, in Vancouver October 31 - November 1. For more information visit cbrc.net/summit

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Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) promotes the health of gay men through research and intervention development. We are inclusive of bisexual and queer men (cis and trans) and Two Spirit people.
Panel: Our Voice in Primary & Community Care Redesign: Does it matter?
Panel: Our Voice in Primary & Community Care Redesign: Does it matter?
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