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The Center of Excellence for Transgender Health & WPATH Present National Transgender Health Summit 2013

The National Transgender Health Summit provided a multidisciplinary program presenting cutting edge research in transgender health and evidence-based clinical training curricula for healthcare providers of all backgrounds.

Visit our friend's website at: http://transhealth.ucsf.edu/trans?page=ev-summit2


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Trans13-000

Full Set Audio

Full set of recordings on CD (each session on separate CD includes free binders), or Full set on free USB flash drive in Mp3 format (playable on any digital format after transfer).

Audio CDs: 45

$425.00

$295.00

Trans13-100

Opening Plenary - Transitioning together into the future: Where have we been and what lies ahead for transgender health?

Speakers: JoAnne Keatley, MSW; Lin Frasier, EdD; Jamison Green, PhD; Shane Snowdon, MA

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-101

Trans Latina Communities

Speakers: Oralia Loza, PhD; Thenral D. Mangadu, MD, PhD; Oscar Beltran, Jorge Alonzo, JD; Lilli Mann, MPH; Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES, Sel J. Hwahng, PhD; Bennett Allen; Cathy Zadoretzky, MA; Hannah Barber; Courtney McKnight, MPH; Don Des Jarlais, PhD, Jana Villayzan Aguilar, MPH

Caterpillar to butterfly: A metamorphosis concept for identity and health risk among transgender women in the U.S.-Mexico border region Immigrant transgender Latinas in North Carolina: Exploring the health priorities of an emerging population through photovoice Immigrant transgender Latinas in New York City — resiliencies, vulnerabilities, and health disparities Substance abuse in the Peruvian trans women population living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-102

Trans Youth

Speakers: Ellen Kahn, MSS; Anne E. Nicoll, PhD Graciela L. Orozco, EdD; John A. Blando, PhD; Chav Doherty, MS, MA; Laura C. Strom, MFT Johanna Olson, MD; Marvin Belzer, MD; Leslie Clark, PhD MPH; Shree Schrager, MS, PhD; Lisa Simons, MD

Expanding gender boundaries: Teens talk about their world. Retrospective research of the transgender experience during adolescence: Implications for school counselors. Baseline characteristics of transgender youth naïve to cross-sex hormone therapy DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: Transgender youth are aware of the incongruence between their internal gender identity and their assigned gender at early ages. Levels of depression and suicidality demonstrate that youth need timely and appropriate intervention. Evaluation of these youth over time will help determine the impact of cross sex hormones and mental health therapy

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-103

Data Collection

Speakers: Jody L. Herman, PhD; JoAnne Keatley, MSW; Emilia Lombardi, PhD; Sari Reisner, ScD, MA; Kellan Baker, MPH, MA, e. shor, MPH

Gender-related survey measures and transgender health. Getting trans* people counted—Trans* health research

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-104

Medical Training: Basic – Transgender Care for the Primary Care Provider – Part I

Speakers: Linda Wesp, NP; Jennifer Hastings, MD; Ronica Mukerjee, NP; Jamie Feldman, MD, PhD; Barry Zevin, MD; Nathan Levitt, RN

Transgender care for the primary care provider: Part 1 These sessions are a comprehensive primer for medical providers new to caring for transgender and gender nonconforming populations, this session will consist of two consecutive 90 minute sections. Topics to be covered include cultural sensitivity, capacity building, cross-sex hormone management, primary care and screening, models of intake and care, and a didactic case based discussion. This evidence-based curriculum is designed to provide the foundation necessary for the provider who desires to become competent in the clinical care of transgender patients.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

Trans13-105

Medical Training: Advanced – Endocrinology – Part I

Speakers: Josh Safer, MD, FACP / Madeline Deutsch, MD

Endocrinology in transgender care/Topics in transgender care: Part 1 This endocrinologist-led session will be presented remotely and will review basic hormonal physiology with particular attention to hormone therapy in transgender patients; Dr. Safer will discuss interpretation of existing evidence on various hormone regimens including postoperative implications. Care of transgender patients with co-existing disease will be discussed. Topics in transgender care, Part 1 will include discussion of cancer screening, cardiovascular health, and bone health.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-106

Mental Health 1 – Overview of Mental Health Assessment & Care

Speakers: Lisette Lahana, LCSW

Clinicians will develop an understanding of terms related to sexuality, gender identity, biological sex and the process of a gender transition. We will discuss diagnosis, treatment planning and how to be a trans affirmative provider. Participants will leave with greater awareness of how to assess their client’s stage of identity development and the course of treatment with clients desiring transition. The presentation will include case vignettes, video clips and group discussion.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-108

Mental Health 3 – Training Systems on Trans Competency

Speakers: julie graham, MFT; Dan Karasic, MD, Gail Knudson, MD, Lin Fraser, EdD

The panel will present WPATH’s international education efforts, a project to train Canadian health workers in trans care, and trainings developed to train the entire staff of the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Creating trainings for 14,000 health care workers in a public health department: What we’ve learned so far. Creating standardized transgender health training programs across Canada. WPATH global education initiative

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-109

Policy Institute – Transgender Health Coverage

Speakers: André Wilson, MS; Jamison Green, PhD; Cecilia Chung; Susanne Watson, PhD

Challenges and work-arounds in implementation. We will discuss the continuing barriers to access reported by healthcare providers and patients alike both in inclusive plans and those with exclusions: challenges in prior authorization and claims processing, limited provider networks, and outdated insurer medical guidelines. We will provide information on documentation, procedure and diagnosis codes so providers can minimize denials and succeed with billing and appeals, and discuss strategies for direct advocacy with insurers. We will continue with an overview of progress towards inclusion, best practices and indispensable advocacy tools such as the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Equality Indexes (MEI, CEI) and professional association interventions. Comparing progress towards trans*-inclusive benefits in the healthcare industry with other professional sectors. The role healthcare providers can play in eliminating exclusions in their own sector. Outdated medical policies currently used by most insurers remain a central barrier. We will discuss our draft “Model Guideline” and issues posed by utilization management systems. We will also look at the progress made by the Healthy San Francisco program, and by Kaiser Permanente.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Plenary - Access to Substance Abuse Treatment for Transgender Populations

Speakers: H. Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, CAS, FASAM

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-111

Research 1- Transwomen, HIV & Interventions

Speakers: Gail Broder, MHS; Michele Andrasik, PhD, Vivian Towe, PhD; Lynsay Ayer, PhD; Clarissa Sellers, MPH; Elizabeth Saracco, MA; Debbie McMillan; Cyndee Clay, Kimberly A. Kisler, MPH; Cathy Reback, PhD; Angelina Alamilla, Emilia Dunham; Jackie White, MPH; Sari L. Reisner, ScD, MA; Matthew Mimiaga, SCD, MPH

Perceptions of HIV vaccine trial participation among transgender women. HIV risk among transgender and non-transgender sex workers in Washington, DC. Challenges and successes in recruiting, retaining, and completing high-risk transgender women for a CDC-funded EBI, TranSafety Counts Project LifeSkills: Engaging young transgender women in HIV prevention research and public health practice

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-112

Research 2- Trans Men, Mental Health & Hormones

Speakers: Colt Meier, PhD; Sari L. Reisner, ScD, MA; Seth Pardo, PhD; Levi Herman, Johanna Olson, MD; Leslie Clark, PhD, MPH; Lisa Simons, MD; Sheree Schrager, MS, PhD; Marvin Belzer, MD, Sam Davis, MSW

Shifts in sexual attractions in transitioning female-to-male trans men: Evidence from recalled crosssectional and prospective longitudinal studies . Subcutaneous testosterone: An effective delivery mechanism for masculinizing transgender men. Testosterone treatment in female-to-male trans men leads to MMPI-2 improvements Effects of testosterone treatment and chest reconstruction surgery on mental health and sexuality in female-to-male transgender people

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-113

Special Topics – Surgeon Roundtable

Speakers: Curtis Crane, MD; Marcie Bowers, MD; Toby Meltzer, MD; Peter Davis, MD; Kate O’Hanlan, MD; Maurice Garcia, MD

Moderated roundtable discussion on the various gender affirming surgical procedures available to transgender woman and men presented by surgeons who are active in gender confirmation surgery and have expertise in these procedures.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-114

Medical Training: Basic – Transgender Care for the Primary Care Provider Part 2

Speakers: Linda Wesp, NP; Jennifer Hastings, MD; Ronica Mukerjee, NP; Jamie Feldman, MD, PhD; Barry Zevin, MD

These sessions are a comprehensive primer for medical providers new to caring for transgender and gender nonconforming populations, this session will consist of two consecutive 90 minute sections. Topics to be covered include cultural sensitivity, capacity building, cross-sex hormone management, primary care and screening, models of intake and care, and a didactic case based discussion. This evidence-based curriculum is designed to provide the foundation necessary for the provider who desires to become competent in the clinical care of transgender patients.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

Trans13-115

Medical Training: Advanced – Part 2

Speakers: Anita Radix, MD, MPH; Juno Obedin-Maliver, MD, MPH; Tonia Poteat, PhD, MPH, PA-C

These sessions will cover a range of primary care topics and will be oriented towards those providers who already have some level of comfort and experience in the care of transgender patients. Individual topics will be explored in depth with a focus on current evidence. Subject areas include fertility, HIV and antiretroviral-hormone interactions, FTM gynecology, care of genderqueer patients, use of silicone, and issues of particular concern to transgender persons of color.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-116

Mental Health 1 – Children, Adolescents, Puberty Blockers

Speakers: Panel moderated by Shawn Giammattei, PhD, Michele Angello, PhD, Joel Baum, MS, Herbert Schreier, MD

A primer for working with trans youth -- Children, adolescents, puberty blockers: The case for a study of early transitioning in children under 10

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Mental Health 3 – Special Topics: Forensics

Speakers: Randi Ettner, PhD

This presentation will be a discussion of how forensic psychology has advanced the field of transgender care and the challenges in doing so.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-118

Policy Institute – Transgender Health in the Affordable Health Care Act

Speakers: Kellan Baker, MPH, MA; Masen Davis, MSW

The Affordable Care Act is the biggest reform of America’s health care system in more than 40 years. The law makes many changes that have the potential to help transgender people stay healthy and to promote the well-being of transgender communities. Some of these changes include making health insurance coverage more affordable and comprehensive, expanding access to HIV prevention and treatment services, and building the knowledge base about transgender health. But the full potential of the law won’t be realized unless transgender people and our allies are engaged in turning the health reform law into reality for our communities. In this session, health policy experts and health care providers will explain the highlights and key challenges of health reform and engage in a discussion of how transgender advocates can leverage the law’s reforms to advance transgender health priorities.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-119

Mental Health 2 – Research for Clinicians/Sexual Medicine

Speakers: Walter Bockting, PhD, Gail Knudson, MD, Jaime Veale, PhD

The effects of hormones and surgery on sexual function Sexual functioning in transgender people

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-121

Research 1 – Violence & STIs

Speakers: Luis Gutierrez-Mock, MA, Loree Cook-Daniels, MS; Michael Munson, Luis F. Molano, MD; R. Barucco

Multiracial trans people and bullying: Findings from the National Transgender Discrimination Survey, Sexual violence in transgender communities, Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections in transgender patients: A quality improvement approach

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-122

Research 2 – Surgery

Speakers: Lydia Fein, BS; Christopher J. Salgado, MD; Christopher E. Estes, MD; Harold M. Reed, MD;Clara AlvarezVillalba, MD, Jody L. Herman, PhD; Peter J. Cooper, Trystan T. Cotton, PhD

Use of dermal-fat grafts for augmentation of labia majora in a transgendered woman, Costs and benefits to employers of providing transition-related health care coverage to employees, Genital surgery outcomes of transsexual males

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-123

Medical & Mental Health Joint Session – Multidisciplinary Case Presentations

Speakers: Dan Karasic, MD; Heather Weisbrod, LCSW; Deborah Brown, MD, Lin Fraser, EdD; Nathan Sharon, MD; Madeline Deutsch, MD

Description: Typical case vignettes and one complex case of a transitioning patient with mental illness and substance abuse will be presented and discussed by interdisciplinary panels.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

Trans13-124

Special Topics: HIV Treatment Cascade

Speakers: Glenn-Milo Santos, MPH; Erin Wilson, DrPH; Jenna Rapues, MPH; Oscar Macias, MPH; Tracey Packer, MPH; H. Fisher Raymond, DrPH

HIV treatment cascade among transgender women in a San Francisco respondent driven sampling study

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-125

Special Topics: Criminalization

Speakers: Laurel Sprague, Sean Strub, Cecilia Chung, and Robert Suttle

Intersections of disclosure and prosecution: Transgender people respond to criminal laws based on HIV status

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-126

Policy Institute: Reproductive Rights, Fertility & Family Building

Speakers: Masen Davis, MSW; Katherine Hsiao, MD; Collin Smikle, MD; Laura Nixon, Esq.

Transgender people are increasingly asserting their right and desire to have families and children, raising new policy and medical questions for providers and advocates. This session will explore a range of options and implications for reproductive rights, fertility, and family structure from both provider and advocate perspectives.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Plenary - WPATH’s Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People: Version 7- An Overview.

Speakers: Eli Coleman, PhD

An overview of Version 7 of the WPATH’s Standards of Care which was just released in 2011. Version 7 represents a significant shift from previous versions of the Standards of Care. The presentation will describe the process of preparing this historic revision and highlight the significant changes. There will be opportunity for discussion of the Standards and its applicability to clinical care and an opportunity to provide feedback to WPATH officials

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-201

Research 1 – Transwomen & Life

Speakers: Kimberly Kisler, MPH; Jesse B. Fletcher, PhD; Cathy J. Reback, PhD, Annesa Flejtje, PhD; Nicholas C. Heck, MA; James L. Sorenson, PhD, Sel J. Hwahng, PhD; Bennett Allen; Cathy Zadoretzky, MA; Hannah Barber; Courtney McKnight, MPH; Don Des Jarlais, PhD

The rising cost of living: How housing status affects substance use, sexual partnering, and HIV risk behaviors in a sample of urban transgender women HIV status, substance use, and sexual risk trends among street-recruited transgender women, Characteristics and potential needs of transgender individuals entering substance abuse treatment, Thick trust, thin trust, and HIV among trans women of color in New York City

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-202

Research 2 – Primary Care for Trans People

Speakers: Jennifer Burnett, MS, MD, FAAFP, Leah B. Rorvig, MS4, MSc, Janelle Downing, Juno Obedin-Maliver, MD, MPH; Alexis Light, MS4, MPH

Harm reduction model for treatment of MTF transsexuals below the poverty line, We have a hard time treating your kind here: Negative health experiences of transgender women in San Francisco, Socio-economic barriers to accessing gender-confirming care, Heading the call: An OBGYN’s role in female-to-male transgender (FTM) patient care

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-203

Special Topics – Trans Training Tools

Speakers: Emilia Dunham, BA; Harvey Makadon, MD

Affirmative care for transgender and gender non-conforming people: Best practices for front-line health care staff In collaboration with trans health care providers, researchers and front-line staff, the National LGBT Health Education Center at The Fenway Institute created a helpful tool of best practices for front-line health care staff to provide affirmative care for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Our needs assessments and review of available research reveal a great need for front-line staff to learn how to appropriately and sensitively communicate with transgender patients. With increased need for health centers and other health care organizations to become more culturally competent in providing affirmative services for transgender clients, this tool addresses the often overlooked best practices for training front-line staff.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-204

Special Topics – Rectal Microbicides

Speakers: Ian McGowan, MD, PhD; David Nalos

HIV prevention that Gels: Rectal microbicides for transgender communities. These voices are vital to shape a rectal microbicide research agenda that is inclusive and responsive to the needs of transgender communities. During this session, experts will provide an in-depth and up-to-date discussion of the science, community challenges, and advocacy related to rectal microbicides as an alternative HIV prevention strategy for transgender people who practice anal sex. Attendees will have an opportunity to view a newly launched educational video on rectal microbicides, and leave with new knowledge about the status of HIV prevention research and how to overcome the barriers that may be preventing transgender communities from becoming involved in this promising research area.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-205

Medical Training: Basic – Care of Transgender Children and Adolescents

Speakers: Johanna Olson, MD; Steve Rosenthal, MD; Jennifer Hastings, MD; Michele Angello, PhD

This session is an introduction for the medical provider who is new to caring for trans and gender nonconforming children and adolescents. Topics to be covered include care and social transition for children, puberty blocking and peri-pubertal clinical decision making, early through late adolescent care including cross-sex hormones, as well as a discussion of the biology of gender. Special emphasis will be made on the multi-disciplinary approach as well as important mental health considerations for youth.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

Trans13-206

Medical Training: Advanced – Transgender Surgery – What Primary Care Providers Need to Know

Speakers: Christine McGinn, DO

This session will cover a range of surgical topics of interest and concern to the primary care provider. Topics to be discussed include preoperative medical evaluations and clearances, common postoperative problems, medical implications of surgery, as well as an update on current surgical treatment paradigms and options.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

Trans13-207

Mental Health 1 – In Depth Psychotherapy

Speakers: Moderator: Lin Fraser, EdD, Elise Turen, PhD, ACS, Kim Hraca, LMFT

Clinical explorations in the renegotiating of erotic matter for transgender clients, Finding the way home: The challenge of embodiment for transgender/transsexual clients

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Reproductive Options for Prospective Trans Parents

Speakers: Gail Knudson, MD

This session is a brief overview of the reproductive options available to trans people as an introduction to a larger discussion on family building and parenting in the latter part of the workshop.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-210

Mental Health 4 – Clinical Training Issues

Speakers: Nathan Sharon, MD, Jack Pula, MD, Becca Keo, Colt Meier, PhD

Transition in training, Transgender psychiatry: Training modern clinicians

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-220

Saturday Lunch Plenary- Local transgender Health Policy Updates

Local transgender health policy updates. Theresa Sparks, Executive Director San Francisco Human Rights Commission and invited representatives from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-221

Research 1: Transgender Identities

Speakers: Laura Kuper, MA; Laurel Wright; Brian Mustanksi, PhD, Luis F. Molano, MD; R. Barucco, Kevin Jefferson, BS; Torsten B. Neilands, PhD; Jae Sevelius, PhD

Constructing a multidimensional model of gender identity and expression sensitive to the diversity of experiences within the transgender and gender non-conforming spectrum, This is my life today: A portrait of transgender women of color in New York City, Mental health among transgender women of color: A view on combined discrimination and transgender identity

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-222

Research 2: Trans Aging

Speakers: Jamie Feldman, MD, PhD; Katherine Spencer, PhD, A. Evan Eyler, MD, MPH; Tarynn M. Witten, PhD, LCSW, Jill Gover, PhD

Morbidity and mortality in a transgender hormone treated patient population: Preliminary data, Transgender older adulthood and end of life concerns, Health and aging among LGBT older adults: Risks and resiliencies

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-223

Special Topics – CDC Roundtable

Speakers: Mac McKleroy, MPH; Gladys Gonzalez; Sabrina Bennett; Sharyn Grayson; Shaun Che; Trey Gantt; Victor Harrell

Strengths and challenges from PS 11-1113 grantees adapting HIV prevention interventions for trans women of color. Highlight the successes of six grantee organizations funded by CDC to implement evidence-based behavioral HIV prevention interventions and public health strategies with transgender women in Baltimore, Detroit, New York, Oakland, and Washington DC. Challenges will also be identified; and subject matter experts and peers will discuss strategies for overcoming barriers to successful implementation.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-225

Medical Training – Basic: Transgender Surgery – What Primary Care Providers Need to Know

Speakers: Christine McGinn, DO

This session will cover a range of surgical topics of interest and concern to the primary care provider. Topics to be discussed include preoperative medical evaluations and clearances, common postoperative problems, medical implications of surgery, as well as an update on current surgical treatment paradigms and options.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Medical Training – Advanced: Advanced Case-Based Discussion

Speakers: Madeline Deutsch, MD; Anita Radix, MD, MPH; Johanna Olson, MD; Steve Rosenthal, MD; Jennifer Hastings, MD; Linda Wesp, NP; Ronica Mukerjee, NP; Curtis Crane, MD

This session will serve as a capstone to the two day clinical training track and will involve an in-depth discussion of a range of complex cases in both pediatric and adult patients. A panel comprised of course faculty will take turns reviewing and moderating case discussions.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-227

Mental Health 1/Policy Track – ICD 11 (Joint Session)

Speakers: Dan Karasic, MD, Geoffrey Reed. PhD, Peggy T. Cohen-Kettenis, PhD, Richard Krueger, MD, Gail Knudson, MD, Kelley Winters, PhD

ICD 11 promises dramatic changes in diagnosis, including removal of Transsexualism from the mental disorders section, and a narrowing of the paraphilic disorders. Some controversies persist, in particular the inclusion of Gender Incongruence of Children. Proposals for ICD 11 will be presented by WHO staff and committee members responsible for the proposals, and discussed by others involved in diagnostic change.

Audio CDs: 2

$15.00

$20.00

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Mental Health 2 – Culturally Competent Care for Trans People of Color

Speakers: Willy Wilkinson, MPH

In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the varied complexities of gender identity and expression, develop tools for providing culturally competent care for diverse client populations, and identify trans-inclusive policies and procedures to ensure equal access on an organizational level.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

Trans13-229

Mental Health 3 – Complex Cases in Community Mental Health

Speakers: Heather Weisbrod, MSW; Maria Porch, LCSW; Robyn Stukalin, LCSW; Michelanne Baker, PsyD

This session will include presentation of cases from community mental health/public health settings. These cases will highlight strategies for engaging and supporting people through the process of transition while simultaneously addressing multiple psychosocial challenges.

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00

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Closing Plenary - Key Takeaways

Speakers: Clinician Rapporteur: Anita Radix, MD, MPH Community Rapporteur: Mattie Jim

Key takeaways from the 2013 National Transgender Health Summit!

Audio CDs: 1

$15.00

$10.00



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