This ACPE-accredited knowledge-based online 1 hour course is aligned with AB 2194, a crucial component addressing cultural competency training requirement effective January 1, 2024, specifically tailored for Pharmacists in California.
HOUR OF CONTINUING
This presentation aims to deepen understanding of LGBTQ+ terminology, diverse identities, and (sub) population characteristics while highlighting the impact of state and federal policies on the wellbeing of sexual and gender minorities. Additionally, it underscores the ethical responsibility to heighten sensitivity, reduce health disparities, and promote equitable interventions for LGBTQ+ patients and staff.
Pharmacists and other healthcare professionals
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
- Introduce LGBTQIA+ terminology
- Appreciate the heterogeneity and diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and other identity community
- Recognize population characteristics which providers and patients may encounter, and which may impact care
- Increase our collective sensitivity to the health disparate burdens LGBTQ+ patients and staff may experience and the human rights inequalities which exist in our societies
- Ethical imperative: Reduce health disparities with multi-level interventions
Robert David Rice, PhD, MSN, RN, NP, NEA-BC Chief Nurse – Research, Innovation and Development
Designated Learning Officer – Workforce Development
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
General Registration: $25
Special Registration (approved preceptor, alumni, QSAD): $15. For discount code, please email email@example.com.
For CE related questions contact the USC Mann School Office of Continuing Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.