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Launch & Webinar: Online Guide to Caring for Trans & Gender-Diverse Clients

Thursday, 24 November, 2016 Via Webinar OR University of Toronto: Medical Sciences Building - Room MSB 3153 (3rd Floor), Toronto 3:00pm - 5:00pm
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In collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Biomedical Communications program, Sherbourne Health Centre (SHC) and Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO) invite Ontario healthcare providers to attend a live demonstration and Q & A session to celebrate the official launch of the Trans Primary Care Guide.

A first of its kind in Canada, the Trans Primary Care Guide is an innovative online interactive tool to assist healthcare providers in offering primary and transition-related care to trans and gender-diverse patients. This easy-to-use electronic resource is based on SHC’s globally used Guidelines and Protocols for Trans Clients handbook, which was first published in 2009 and revised in 2015.

Join us on Thursday, November 24th via in-person or webcastas we showcase a one-hour live demonstration of the Trans Primary Care Guide (30 min. demo & 30 min. Q&A) for healthcare providers across the province. Presenters will include Jordan Zaitzow, Trans Health Connection Coordinator, RHO, a content supervisor for the Trans Primary Care Guide, as well as Kelly Speck, BSc, MSc Biomedical Communications Graduate, University of Toronto, who led the design & development of the interactive tool.

Please confirm your attendance for the on-site demo (attend in-person) by Thursday, November 17th, and for the webinar session by NOON, Wednesday, November 23rd.


AGENDA

Live Demonstration |  3-3:30 p.m.
Q & A | 3:30-4 p.m.
Reception  |  4-5 p.m.

REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:

1. Attend In-Person | With Reception to Follow (3-5 p.m.)

University of Toronto
Medical Sciences Building – Room MSB 3153 (3rd Floor)
1 King’s College Circle
Toronto, ON  M5S 1A8

For guests attending the live on-site demonstration at the University of Toronto, a reception will take place following the webinar session. Light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages will be served.

2. Join One-Hour Webinar and Q & A ONLY (3-4 p.m.)

If selecting this option, you will receive an email with log-in instructions for the online seminar following your confirmed registration.


Please contact us at feedback@sherbourne.on.ca for any questions regarding this event and registration.