Get queer-ed!

2SLGBTQ2IA+ patients frequently face discrimination in primary healthcare settings. Healthcare providers often aren't sure how to make their clinical practices more safe and inclusive for all clients, regardless of sex, gender, or sexual orientation.

This course gives you guidelines, protocols, and resources to help you create a safe and welcoming clinical setting from your website to one-on-one care.

Scholarships for QTBIPOC students available. Contact me for details.
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What you'll get:

  • CE Credits

    2 CONO Category A jurisprudence continuing education credits.

  • Course materials

    Video lectures, handouts, clinical guidelines, and other resources.

  • Practical information

    Evidence-informed, referenced clinical guidance and real-life case examples.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    2SLGBTQ2IA+ What?

  • 2

    Sex, Gender & Sexual Orientation Health Inequities

    • Discrimination in healthcare

    • Protective factors

  • 3

    Ethics & Jurisprudence

    • Human Rights Legislation

    • Guidance from naturopathic regulatory colleges other regulated health professionals

  • 4

    Cisgender and Heterosexual Privilege

    • Identifying implicit bias & privilege

  • 5

    Queering Naturopathic Practice

    • How to make your practice more 2SLGBTQ2IA+ friendly

    • Neutralizing clinical language

    • Cases & best practices

    • Queer+ Accessibility Checklist for Healthcare Practitioners

    • Additional Resources to Learn More

  • 6

    Review Quiz for CE Credits

    • Quiz

Meet your Instructor

Dr Cyndi Gilbert ND

Dr. Cyndi Gilbert, ND (she/her) is a naturopathic doctor, author, and faculty member at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has over 12 years of experience working with patients from marginalized and/or vulnerable populations, including Indigenous and racialized communities, people who are homeless or street-involved, people living with complex mental health issues, people who use drugs, people living with disabilities, 2SLGBTQIA+ communities, and people living in poverty. Cyndi also facilitates cultural competency training for NDs, as well as providing curriculum and policy guidance to naturopathic schools and private clinics.

This course is invaluable and will help you feel confident promoting your practice as 2SLGBTQ2IA+ inclusive.

Reviews

5 star rating

Very helpful

Dr. Anne Hussain, ND

This course is well laid out and informative. Love the resources and examples provided.

This course is well laid out and informative. Love the resources and examples provided.

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5 star rating

Should be mandatory for all practitioners

Emily Bennett

Though supporting trans and gender diverse patients is not new for me, this course was still invaluable. Evidence-based, detailed oriented, helpful resources...

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Though supporting trans and gender diverse patients is not new for me, this course was still invaluable. Evidence-based, detailed oriented, helpful resources, I highly recommend taking this course by Dr. Gilbert, ND.

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5 star rating

Excellent in-depth overview

Stephanie Cordes

This webinar is a concise, but comprehensive overview of trans health care. From pronouns to transitions, to hormone therapy, to naturopathic support, this c...

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This webinar is a concise, but comprehensive overview of trans health care. From pronouns to transitions, to hormone therapy, to naturopathic support, this course is a must for NDs who have trans or gender diverse clients. So impressed!

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