This workshop included three components aimed at equipping nurses to provide more affirming care for Black LGBTQ patients: educational, discussion, and application. Specifically, the workshop started with an overview of research about health risk and resilience factors among Black LGBTQ people. It moved to a discussion of nurses’ experiences with Black LGBTQ people and how they have addressed risk and resilience in their clinical care with them. Finally, participants had an opportunity to brainstorm concrete ways to use resilience to positively impact the patient-provider relationship and treatment/prevention outcomes. Slides for today's presentation and the CE SurveyMonkey Evaluation are linked below.
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