Healthy Sexuality Educational Series

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January 31, 2023

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Alive! Maryland is pleased to announce the launch of a new Healthy Sexuality educational series for Maryland providers. This self-paced, four-module series encourages communication between providers and patients to promote healthy sexual practices and ensure affirming and competent care for all. A downloadable glossary with sexual health terminology accompanies this series to reinforce the use of inclusive and affirming language when engaging with patients. 

Healthy Sexuality for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals

This presentation discusses best ways to affirm transgender and nonbinary persons. It explores ways for medical and support staff to affirm the identity and support the transition of their patients. The presentation includes a discussion on harm reduction best practices.

Faculty: Debb Dunn PA-C, MBA and Rhonda Carr Community Outreach Worker

Towards Healthier Futures for Gay, Bisexual, and Same-Gender-Loving Men of Color

This presentation discusses those populations most affected by HIV in Maryland, their barriers to healthcare (including socio-cultural, organizational, structural, and clinical barriers), medical mistrust, stigma, minority stress, health equity, and cultural humility and sensitivity.

Faculty: Typhanye V. Dyer, PhD, MPH

LGBTQ Youth and Sexual Health

This presentation discusses both the components of sexual orientation and gender identity and how the timing of adolescent development relates to sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) development.

Faculty: Renata Arrington Sanders, MD, MPH, ScM

Aging: Sexual Health, Healthy Aging

This presentation discusses the epidemiology of aging and sexuality, the life-course perspective, healthy sexuality across the lifespan, and how we experience physical and mental changes across that lifespan.

Faculty: Jordan White, DrPH, MS