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Ignorance is Not Bliss: The Role of Sexual Health Literacy in Ending the Epidemic - Shared screen with speaker view
Claire Mone, AIDS Institute
30:20
Welcome everyone to the Ending the Epidemic Summit and thank you for joining our presentation: Ignorance is Not Bliss: The Role of Sexual Health Literacy in Ending the Epidemic
NYS Center for School Health
31:52
Hi From the NYS Center for School Health
Rachel Newport
33:03
Please use the chat feature to ask questions or our panelists. A Live Q&A will take place following our presentations. Thank you!
Catherine Hanssens
34:47
Thank you AM Rosenthal for all that you do!
Catherine Hanssens
40:10
Brilliant introduction,
Catherine Hanssens
41:02
Bravo, Amir!
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
43:56
Agreed! @Catherine
Catherine Hanssens
46:36
DM. Great to see you on this panel!!
Dominique Morgan (She/Her)
48:48
Thank you so much Catherine!
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
52:40
would we be able to see your questions later? We're coming up with a Sexual/Reproductive history questionnaire on our end. Thank you
Lilian Lee
01:02:24
Sharing a resource: the GOALS Framework for Sexual History Taking, that can be accessed here: https://www.hivguidelines.org/sti-care/selected-resources/#tab_3
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
01:02:58
Thank you Lilian
Kyla Loucks (she/her/hers)
01:03:03
^ Thank you for sharing this!
Brittany Smith (she/her)
01:10:25
^Super helpful, thanks Lilian!
Kareem Strong
01:11:09
Exactly Dominique!!! Thank you for sharing your experience.
Brittany Smith (she/her)
01:12:11
Exactly! Absolutely critical we give our young people the tools to make educated and independent decisions about their own health
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:12:32
This is a bit more specific to HIV community, but has a lot of crossover to all of this discussion--and how language is so important and can really impact health outcomes and engagement - we've presented this at some healthcare provider conferences (in the HIV arena) and it is very well received: https://www.thewellproject.org/hiv-information/why-language-matters-facing-hiv-stigma-our-own-words
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:13:26
Also, we created this fact sheet to help educate our community around gender and sexuality that could be a helpful resource in the tools you create: https://www.thewellproject.org/hiv-information/women-gender-and-sexuality-identity-attraction-connection-and-community
Catherine Hanssens
01:23:22
What a great dialogue!
Lauren Gaston (she/hers)
01:24:58
Thank you all for the work that you do and for sharing your valuable time, experience and knowledge!
Catherine Hanssens
01:28:18
AM Rosenthal, do you anticipate strong opposition to your CME bill from the medical establishment? If so, how can we best organize to push back and support the bill?
Julie Ruttan - AIDS Institute
01:32:43
You can find our legislator here:
Julie Ruttan - AIDS Institute
01:32:54
https://www.nyassembly.gov/mem/search/
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
01:33:04
any thought about expanding this to include pharmacists and nurses as well?
Julie Ruttan - AIDS Institute
01:33:33
Find your Senator: https://www.nysenate.gov/registration/nojs/form/start/find-my-senator
Julie Ruttan - AIDS Institute
01:34:10
Find your Assemblymember: https://www.nyassembly.gov/mem/search/
Nick Guile
01:34:44
Bill link:https://nyassembly.gov/leg/?default_fld=&leg_video=&bn=A10380&term=&Summary=Y&Memo=Y&Text=Y
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
01:38:59
thank you!
Catherine Hanssens
01:39:18
The bill “Requires every physician, physician assistant, specialist assistant, registered nurse and licensed practical nurse to complete course work or training regarding human immunodeficiency virus and sexually transmitted infections testing and the elements of sexual health including sexual orientation and gender identity.”
NYS Center for School Health
01:44:49
Thank you all for your efforts and the important work you do each day.
Ashley Smith (she/her/hers)
01:45:17
I would love some feedback from folks on if it would be helpful to try to shift medical records to chart people by chromosomes (XX, XY, and any of the other combinations) and gender (how we understand our own identity) and move away from trying to identify people by "sex". Having the chromosome information would provide some needed information for medical treatment without being conflated with how we live and move in the world.
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:45:18
So important, Dominique! And such a great discussion and initiative.
Catherine Hanssens
01:45:22
Go Dominique!
Kareem Strong
01:46:54
Hassel and Gretal bread crumbs... I love it. Thank you Dominique.
Lyndon Cudlitz (he/thy)
01:47:03
"organ inventory" is still different than chromosomes
iPhone joseph pirone
01:48:02
Doctors and medical staff are not empowered to talk to heterosexual people about their sex lives with patients; how can we possibly think they will be able to address LGBTQ people.
Rachel Newport
01:50:22
This meeting will conclude in 10 minutes, please get any questions in for panel members now. Thank you!
Ashley Smith (she/her/hers)
01:50:55
Thank you for your input. I do want to clarify that chromosome wouldn't be the only identifier; it would be there along with gender, etc. I was thinking that replacing "sex assigned at birth" with chromosomes would make a clear, easy distinction between some biological data and a person's identity. It would probably take a national standard that all medical record companies need to follow to really implement it in a meaningful way. Again, thanks for your input.
Lauren Gaston (she/hers)
01:52:11
I learned so much today, wonderful discussion! Thank you! Zinarta, does Callen-Lorde’s community health education extend to individuals (outside of the medical field/not associated with an organization)?
Ricky Charriez (he, him)
01:54:08
YESSSSSSS!!!!
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
01:54:16
LOOOOVE THIS
Kyla Loucks (she/her/hers)
01:54:41
YESSSSS DOMINIQUE
Ricky Charriez (he, him)
01:54:48
Oh My God Halleluyah!!!!!
John Helmeset
01:54:58
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience Dominque and for helping to make the world a better place
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:55:22
Yes, Dominique!! Thank you!
iPhone joseph pirone
01:55:38
thank you Dominique for putting it into words
Kareem Strong
01:55:58
Dominique your voice speaks for the community LOUD & CLEARLY..... THANK YOU!!!
Josh Sawyer (he/him/his)
01:56:26
This session has been incredibly exciting and informative! Thank you all for setting this up!
Dominique Morgan (She/Her)
01:56:28
Thank you all for the affirmation XoXo
Claire Mone, AIDS Institute
01:57:10
Thank you so much to our amazing panel, moderator and attendees! I'm beyond blessed to share this space with you all and cannot wait to see where we all go from here based on today's discussion!
Rob Santamaria (he, him, his)
01:57:25
This was an excellent session! I really enjoyed the conversation and the voices of experience from each of the presenters. Job well done!
Jeffrey Birnbaum
01:57:47
Thanks to my fellow panelists. I am honored to present alongside you all!
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:57:49
I know this isn't part of the conversation regarding CME/CE but one area that women, inclusive of transwomen, in our (HIV) community say that cause some of the most stigmatizing experiences and barriers to engagement in the healthcare system is the front desk staff...
Amir Sadeghi
01:57:51
Thank you all! Thank you to the AIDS Institute. If you'd like to work with us pushing for this bill to require sexuality and gender CME write to me at asadeghi@hivlawandpolicy.org
Lauren Gaston (she/hers)
01:58:11
Thank you Zinarta! Beautifully said!
Ricky Charriez (he, him)
01:58:22
This was AH-MA-ZING y'all!!!! Thank you!!!!!
Dominique Morgan (She/Her)
01:58:23
Krista - YES!!!
Rachel Newport
01:59:01
wonderful presentation! thank you so much!
Lauren Gaston (she/hers)
01:59:07
Great work to all the panelists!!!
Nick Guile
01:59:21
Assemblymember Rosenthal's contact: rosenthall@nyassembly.gov
Dominique Morgan (She/Her)
01:59:46
Dominique Social Media : @TheDominiqueMorgan
Deepa Rajulu
01:59:51
Thank you panelists and participants!
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:59:53
Yes, amazing panel and work! Look forward to following and see how we can help!
Ricky Charriez (he, him)
01:59:53
*applauses*
Tory Brock (she, her, hers)
01:59:54
Thank you all SO MUCH!
Dominique Morgan (She/Her)
01:59:57
dominique@blackandpink.org
Krista Martel (she/her), The Well Project
01:59:58
Great job!
Luz Santiago
02:00:22
Thank you! Great work everyone!