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Addressing Stigma within Healthcare and Social Service Provision - Shared screen with speaker view
Kate Vander Tuig
22:23
Welcome everyone!
Kate Vander Tuig
22:31
We are going to get started : )
Graciela Olguin
26:45
Thank you everyone for joining today!
Nikki Milward
32:16
Medication for opioid use disorder
Dara Zink
32:23
Abortion
Amy Hensen
32:25
Abortion care.
Graciela Olguin
37:24
This is such a big problem for Gender non-conforming folks looking for mental health services... trying to figure out who on your referral list who is knowledgable about gender affirming care and if you'll be safe when meeting a new MH provider is exhausting
Kate Vander Tuig
40:34
I wonder how patient advisory boards would be useful at this level
Kate Vander Tuig
44:43
One example of stigmatizing language I come across a lot is: "HIV infected"
Yolanda Bailey
45:50
Or " those people".
Graciela Olguin
46:29
"normal women" vs "trans women" is a pretty bad one
Samantha Joseph
51:16
Lucy should provide better more comprehensive referrals
Samantha Joseph
51:22
Lucy should provide accurate information with regard to her care team
Graciela Olguin
51:36
remember to select "all panelists and attendees" if you want your message seen by all
Joan Mosier
51:45
inappropriate referral; have her speak to another caseworker
Hannah McLeod
52:21
Lucy didn't make a commitment to have the case worker call back
Samantha Joseph
52:21
Yes because admin staff is often swamped
Courtney
52:30
The client will assume that the domestic violence organization agrees with the organization that does not believe in abortion as an option
Emily Guy
52:34
Yes, it is pretty easy to give a random referral instead of researching them
Jennifer Gratzke
52:45
forget to train Admin staff
Kim Hansen Anderson
52:52
Maybe clinicians should create a "Referral List" that anyone who answers phone can provide to any caller(s)
Jennifer Gratzke
53:07
frontline ppl are first clients experience
Graciela Olguin
55:47
This tool can be found here: https://providecare.org/services/technical-assistance/
Graciela Olguin
56:52
https://www.providereferrals.org/
Kate Vander Tuig
01:03:36
www.futureswithoutviolence.org
Graciela Olguin
01:05:17
www.ipvhealth.org
Graciela Olguin
01:07:14
We've definitely seen the importance of the implementation piece. At a university utilizing our cards, at first they were just tabling with them but students weren't clear about what to do or how to use them. staff training is definitely key
Marcy Witherspoon
01:08:54
I have given these patient safety cards to health care providers — they love them - and provide a way to initiate conversations with patients that some providers are uneasy starting …
Jennifer Gratzke
01:11:35
Ask everybody the same questionss, ask permission to discuss this?
Kate Vander Tuig
01:11:58
yes - so making sure we are not waiting for "red flags"
Jennifer Gratzke
01:12:05
she was intune with possible needs of patient
Kate Vander Tuig
01:12:12
Providing everyone with information
Amy Hensen
01:12:15
Framing the questions correctly can help a pt feel more comfortable.
Ronnie Dong
01:12:20
i think it was a good idea that she didnt push when Jax was uncomfortable, but it also is an indication that perhaps sometime is going on and Elisa should have maybe referred her or link her to some resources
Eli Guerrero
01:12:23
Offered birth control to help curb unwanted pregnancies without the implication that the need for it was due to abuse or sexual irresponsibility
Kate Vander Tuig
01:12:32
yes Eli!
Kate Vander Tuig
01:12:37
Framing IS key
Tracy Blagg
01:12:55
safe sex practices and birth control
Jennifer Gratzke
01:13:00
mention her concerns vs. administer questionnaire
Jessica Villalobos
01:13:19
Provide resources and safety cards to patient despite patient not disclosing. Increasing access to resources
Jennifer Gratzke
01:16:26
use some motivational interviewing skills to see where this person's at
Ondine Quinn
01:17:28
Love all of these examples and resources
Jane Clayborne
01:17:37
perhaps frame the conversation around the stress on the body when there are multiple pregnancies fairly close together to open the door to a deeper conversation.
Yolanda Bailey
01:18:18
I often inquire about religous beliefs regarding pregnancy testing, unwanted pregnancies, and decisions of not wanting a birth control method before presenting concerns of sexual abuse.
Graciela Olguin
01:19:00
https://www.acog.org/Clinical-Guidance-and-Publications/Committee-Opinions/Committee-on-Health-Care-for-Underserved-Women/Motivational-Interviewing-A-Tool-for-Behavior-Change
Jennifer Gratzke
01:19:44
Are there patient safety type cards for other issues of concern? i love the way they can normalize a conversation for tough topics
Ondine Quinn
01:19:45
With respect to options for folks experiencing unintended pregnancy, clients are often waiting for providers to name options first. When it comes to abortion, patients might what information, but they won't bring it up first for fear of judgement.
Ondine Quinn
01:20:21
*want
Ondine Quinn
01:22:08
Feel free to contact me at omq@providecare.org
Graciela Olguin
01:22:41
health@futureswithoutviolence.org
Ondine Quinn
01:23:41
Take care, all!
Tracy Blagg
01:23:41
thank you