GLMA is proud to host cutting-edge virtual continuing education offerings designed specifically for healthcare providers interested in serving the unique needs of the LGBTQ+ community. Health professionals can engage with a number of continuing education opportunities designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to provide quality, affirming care to LGBTQ+ patients.
From this year's virtual Annual Conference on LGBTQ+ Health to our ongoing webinars, GLMA's comprehensive curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including cultural competency, transgender health, HIV, mental health, and more. Our expert instructors provide practical tools and resources to help you integrate LGBTQ+ health considerations into your practice and improve health outcomes for your patients.
By investing in our LGBTQ+ health virtual continuing education offerings, you will not only enhance your professional skills but also demonstrate your commitment to providing high-quality, culturally responsive care to all patients.
GLMA members receive free continuing education credits for attending CE-approved GLMA events including webinars and the Annual Conference!
Non-GLMA members are welcome to attend and can pay to receive continuing education credits.
Special Briefing on Mpox with White House Experts
Stay Ahead of Mpox: Understanding the Risk of Resurgence & Ongoing Vaccination Efforts.
As we head into the summer season, it's important to stay up to date on Mpox risks. We are happy to extend an invitation to a special virtual briefing: "White House National Mpox Response Update: Getting Ready for Summer 2023".
The webinar will be led by two esteemed experts in the field, Demetre C Daskalakis, MD, MPH, Deputy Coordinator of the White House National Mpox Response, and Nikki Romanik, MD, Senior Policy Advisor of the White House National Mpox Response. They will share crucial insights with a focus on exploring the role of health professionals in preventing a resurgence of Mpox this summer.
GLMA recently launched a new webinar series entitled, LGBTQ+ Health 301: Exploring the Intersections of Sex, Relationships, and Health. This series is a part of our ongoing mission to provide continuing education on LGBTQ+ health, helping you take your practice and education to the next level.
LGBTQ+ Health 301: Exploring the Intersections of Sex, Relationships, and Health will include three cutting-edge webinars - each led by experts in the field - aiming to provide participants with a nuanced understanding of some of the unique health needs and healthcare experiences of LGBTQ+ patients.
Recordings will soon be available in the GLMA member portal. If you are already a GLMA member, you will be able to view the webinar when it is uploaded there. If you are not yet a member, you can sign up here.
Evidence-Based Treatments for Chemsex Use Disorders
Friday | April 14th
GLMA’s Vice President for Education, Jona Tanguay, MMSc, PA-C, AAHIVS
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Do you V-VDO? Supporting Safe Practices in Vaginal-Vaginal, -Digital, and -Oral (V-VDO) Sex
Tuesday | April 18th
GLMA Board Member at Large, Frances Grimstad, MD, MS
Lauren Abern, MD
Delving into Consensual Non-Monogamy: Including Family and Relationships Structure Diversity in Health Care
Monday | April 24th
Amy Moors, Ph.D.
Heron Greenesmith, Esq.
Heath A. Schechinger, Ph.D.
GLMA President, Nicholas Grant, Ph.D.
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Archived Webinar Content
Quality Healthcare for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender People: A Four-Part Webinar Series
This cultural competence four-part webinar series explores the health concerns and healthcare of LGBTQ+ people and is available to everyone. The webinars are free and include content that has broad relevance to clinicians, administrators, researchers and academics alike. All are welcome and encouraged to attend and view the archives. CME and CNE are not offered as a part of this series.
Click here to view the archives.
From our Annual Conference to ongoing webinar offerings, GLMA is dedicated to ensuring that providers—from across the health professions—have access to the latest clinical and community expertise and best practices in LGBTQ+ health.
GLMA is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education, the California Board of Registered Nursing, American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT).