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Using Research to Inform LGBT and DSD Care

Video Length: 24 minutes

Learning Objectives:
After viewing this video, the learner will be able to:

  • Identify at least 3 gaps in current research on LGBT and DSD health and health professions education
  • Describe the impact of current knowledge gaps on clinician ability to provide evidence-based care to LGBT and DSD-affected individuals across the lifespan
  • List at least 5 national organizations that provide curricular resources to support teaching LGBT and DSD health
  • Explain how to critically appraise an educational resource for accuracy and completeness of LGBT and DSD health content

Jennifer Potter, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Director of the Women's Health Center
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Director of the Women's Health Program, Fenway Health

John Paul Sanchez, MD, MPH
Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Judith B. Bradford, PhD
Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute
Director of Center for Population Research and LGBT Health

Suggested Citation:
Association of American Medical Colleges. "Using Research to Inform LGBT and DSD Care" (October, 2016). AAMC Videos and Resources. Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges. Available online at:

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