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, bi, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer men (GBT2Q) through research and intervention development.
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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