Celebrating our 10th Annual National Conference in NYC!
APRIL 21-23, 2022
Virtual attendance available
Abstracts due January 1, 2022
Applications due January 1, 2022
NEW for 2022
The seminar will bring together allies and LGBTQ+-identified academicians and leaders from across the United States, providing participants with practical guidance and tools for pursuing career advancement in academia. The seminar will help participants develop key professional competencies that build self-efficacy, communication skills, and leadership while expanding their network of colleagues, role models, advisers, and champions. Presenters will represent the fields of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and public health.
- National perspectives on leadership in U.S. Graduate Health Schools
- Making a decision about an academic faculty track
- How to switch an academic faculty track
- Succeeding along clinical track from assistant to full professor
- Succeeding along research track from assistant to full professor
- Succeeding along educator track from assistant to full professor
- Becoming a Dean: Dean of Graduate Medical Education, Undergraduate Medical Education, Admissions, DEI, Faculty Affairs, Student Affairs
- Becoming a Department Chair
- Optimizing CV and portfolio for promotion purposes
- Serving as a reviewer, associate editor, or journal editor-in-chief
- Hospital leadership: roles and perspectives
Ten Years of LGBT HWC Partnerships with National Health Organizations
Ten Years of PrEP: Lessons Learned and Future Objectives
SOGI Data Collection: Patients, Trainees, and Employees
LGBTQ+ Graduate Health Education Accomplishments and Goals
The LGBT Health Workforce Conference is the largest and most well known national LGBT health workforce conference in the United States held annually in New York City. The conference provides an overview of up-to-date practices (climate, educational, research, and clinical) in preparing the health care workforce to address the health concerns and disparities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities. This conference is designed for health professionals (M.D., D.O., P.A.-C., R.N., N.P., D.D., social workers, psychologists, etc.), educators, and students (pre-health professions, professional schools, and graduate), but all interested are invited to attend. CME credit will be available.
Read the Research Article, LGBT Trainee and Health Professional Perspectives on Academic Careers – Facilitators and Challenges (in LGBT Health)
Read the Meeting Report (in LGBT Health) from the 2013 LGBT Health Workforce Conference.
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BNGAP and the 2021 LGBT Health Workforce Conference would like to thank our generous sponsors for a successful conference:
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