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Medical Videos

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Health Promotion Strategies for LGBT Persons
Interview with Jennifer Potter, MD
Interview with Jamie Feldman, MD, PhD
Interview with Scott Leibowitz, MD
In the most recent installment of the Diversity 3.0 Learning Series, Kristen L. Eckstrand, MD, PhD, discusses Health Promotion Strategies for LGBT Persons with three medical education experts. Participants discuss the violence and trauma LGBT people experience over the course of their lives, the importance of resilience and coping for LGBT individuals across the lifespan, opportunities for integrating LGBT health promotion into medical education, and health care providers' role in promoting the resilience of sexual and gender minorities. Please click the images below to watch these videos. Then share this message to help us spread the word!
Inclusion of LGBT and DSD Content in Faculty Development Activities
Carey Roth Bayer, EdD, RN, CSE, speaks with three faculty development experts on how to best include the health care needs of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender nonconforming, and/or born with differences of sex development into faculty development activities. Panelists discuss how internal and external factors can influence faculty success in incorporating LGBT and DSD content, provide tips and effective strategies for including and developing this content, provide ideas on how to overcome the systematic barriers that may be encountered when attempting to include this material, and outline evidence-based teaching methods faculty can employ to promote learner's understanding of these issues.
Family Counseling and Coming Out
In this vignette a clinician engages in a conversation with his teenage patient, who has come out as bisexual, and her mother. The clinician responds to the mother's concerns and connects her to resources for parents of LGBT children.
Assessing Bullying in Developmental History
In this vignette a clinician assesses the impact childhood bullying has had on the emotional development of his adult patient.
Assessing Family and Developmental History
In this vignette a clinician and patient discuss the patient's father coming out when she was a youth and the impact this had on her family.
Assessing Minority Stress and Risk Behaviors
In this vignette a clinician assesses the impact instances of discrimination and stigma have had on a patient.
Assessing Sexually Transmitted Infection Symptoms
In this vignette a patient comes to a clinic with the concern that she may have contracted a sexually transmitted infection. Prior to engaging in the physical exam, the clinician asks questions to gather information on the patient's symptoms, sexual behaviors, and counsels the patient on methods to safely engage in sexual practices.
Breast Cancer Screening and Prevention
In this vignette a patient expresses her concern that her estrogen treatments, combined with her family history of breast cancer, may increase her chances of developing breast cancer.
Cervical Cancer Screening 1
In this vignette a patient meets with a clinician to discuss her concerns prior to undergoing her first cervical cancer screening. The clinician explains the process and attempts to address the patient's concerns.
Cervical Cancer Screening 2
In this vignette a transgender patient and his new clinician discuss the patient's cervical cancer screening history. The clinician addresses the patient's concerns regarding prior insensitive health care experiences before initiating the physical exam.
Gender and Sexual History 1
In this vignette a clinician takes a gender and sexual history of a new patient.
Gender and Sexual History 2
In this vignette a clinician takes a patient's sexual history, inclusive of sexual trauma. While the history has a less than ideal start, the provider is successful in connecting the patient to counseling and trauma resources.
Ineffective History Taking
In this vignette, viewers are given an example of ineffective medical history. The clinician makes assumptions about his patient's anatomy, leading him to ask questions that are not relevant to his patient's medical history or health. The vignette concludes with the clinician apologizing to the patient and modeling behavior that would be useful for clinicians who find themselves in similar circumstances.
La historia social, género, y sexual
In this Spanish-language vignette, a clinician takes a social and sexual history of his patient.
Queer Family Building 1
In this vignette a clinician has a conversation with two couples who are planning to have and co-parent a biological child. The clinician answers questions posed by the couples and poses thought-provoking questions in order to gather essential information the family needs to begin their family building process.
Queer Family Building 2
In this vignette a clinician counsels a female couple and their close male friend on their decision to start a family together and co-parent. In this initial conversation, the clinician responds to the patients' preliminary medical and legal concerns.
Sexual Orientation and Practices History
In this vignette, a clinician takes a sexual history of a patient inclusive of the patient's sexual orientation, sexual attraction, and sexual behaviors.
Sexual Practices History and Counseling 1
In this vignette a clinician takes a patient's sexual history and counsels the patient on methods to safely enjoy sexual practices.
Sexual Practices History and Counseling 2
In this vignette a clinician takes a patient's sexual history and counsels the patient on methods to safely enjoy sexual practices.
Sexual Practices History and Counseling 3
In this vignette a clinician offers a patient advice on achieving sexual satisfaction and provides counseling on how to communicate sexual needs to their partner.
Substance Use History
In this vignette a clinician takes a patient's substance use history and counsels the patient on support services.
Welcoming Patients at the Front Desk
In this vignette a receptionist checks in a transgender patient whose name differs from what appears in the patient's medical record. The receptionist locates the patient's record and offers accommodations to maximize the patient's comfort level.