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Praise for The Fenway Guide:
"It is vitally important for healthcare clinicians to understand LGBT health disparities and to learn how to provide compassionate and culturally competent care to their LGBT patients." --Kate O'Hanlan, MD, FACOG, FACS, SGO; President Emerita, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Gynecologic Oncology Associates
Introducing The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health! Written by leading clinicians in the field of LGBT health and in conjunction with the renowned Fenway Community Health, this one-of-a kind comprehensive resource is intended for healthcare professionals, public health officials, researchers, and policy makers working towards eliminating disparities in health care.
Areas of Interest include:
- Health promotion and disease prevention for LGBT patients
- Unique clinical issues faced by LGBT populations
- Mental health issues faced by LGBT individuals
- The basics of transgender and intersex health
- Parenting and raising families
- Demographic and epidemiologic information
- Legal issues of concern
Designed to address the needs of diverse clinicians, this book provides medical professionals with guidance, practical guidelines, and discussions of clinical issues relevant to the LGBT population. The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health is an invaluable reference for healthcare professionals seeking further knowledge and guidance on sexual minority health care.
- 526 pages; 2008; softcover
- Product #330371040
- ISBN 10: 1-930513-95-X
- ISBN 13: 978-1-930513-95-2
Additional Praise for The Fenway Guide:
"A welcome addition to the resources available to clinicians who want to deliver comprehensive primary care to their LGBT patients...This book will become a classic resource for years to come." --JudyAnn Bigby, MD, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
"The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health codifies, for the first time, how physicians might best utilize their skills so that the health disparities faced by LGBT populations can be resolved...this is an important contribution to the health of LGBT people and therefore to the larger communities in which LGBT people reside." --Ronald Stall, PhD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh
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Table of Contents
Section I: UNDERSTANDING LGBT POPULATIONS
Chapter 1: Clinicians and the Care of Sexual Minorities
Chapter 2: Demography and the LGBT "Population": What We Know, Don't Know, and How the Information Helps to Inform Clinical Practice
Section II: THE LIFE CONTINUUM
Chapter 3: Coming Out: The Process of Forming a Positive Identity
Chapter 4: Addressing LGBTQ Youth in the Clinical Setting
Chapter 5: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Couples and Families with Children
Chapter 6: Late Adulthood and Aging: Clinical Approaches
Section III: HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION
Chapter 7: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Chapter 8: Mental Health: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment
Chapter 9: Substance Use and Abuse
Chapter 10: Violence and Trauma: Recognition, Recovery, and Prevention
Chapter 11: Sexual Health
Section IV: TRANSGENDER AND INTERSEX HEALTH
Chapter 12: Introduction to Transgender Identity and Health
Chapter 13: Medical and Surgical Management of the Transgender Patient: What the Primary Care Clinician Needs to Know
Chapter 14: Disorders of Sex Development: Clinical Approaches
Section V: PATIENT COMMUNICATION AND THE OFFICE ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 15: Taking a Comprehensive History and Providing Relevant Risk-reduction Counseling
Section VI: LEGAL ISSUES AND THE LGBT COMMUNITY
Chapter 16: Legal Issues of Importance to Clinicians
Appendix A: Resources for Clinicians and Patients
Appendix B: Sample New Patient Intake Form 487
Appendix C: How to Put on a Male Condom 503
Appendix D: How to Put on a Female Condom (For Vaginal Sex)
Appendix E: How to Put on a Female Condom (For Anal Sex)
Appendix F: Sample Living Will
Appendix G: Sample Healthcare Proxy Form