Report from the 4th Annual GLMA Nursing Summit!

GLMA Nursing

Caitlin Stover and Michael Johnson Caitlin Stover and Michael Johnson

What a terrific Nursing Summit in St. Louis!  We started the day with an inspiring and tonda-hughesinformative presentation by Tonda Hughes, whose career has always focused on the health of sexual minority women. The title of her presentation “From gay bars to marriage equality: The evolution of research on sexual minority women’s health from one researcher’s perspective” prompted a great discussion!

Speed Networking! Speed Networking!

The networking event that followed was a huge success!  It was actually a “speed dating” kind of opportunity to meet and network with folks that we might not otherwise have met!

The plenary panel presentations inspired us to envision possibilities for a career focused on LGBTQ health in nursing.  The panel was moderated by Sarah Fogel, nurse member ofpanel-with-sarah the GLMA Board.  Here are the titles and presenters on the panel:

  • Cultural Competence of Nurse Practitioners: Providing Care for Gay and Lesbian…

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