Session 3: Barriers to Care

How people approach cancer screenings and care is closely related to who they are, their access to resources, and their previous experiences with healthcare providers. In order to understand the specific barriers LGBTQ+ patients encounter, you must envision how different lived histories affect people’s treatment and outcomes.

During this interactive webinar, you will hear from LGBTQ+ cancer survivors and a group of healthcare experts, who will use a combination of storytelling and current research to demonstrate how discrimination and prejudices create unfair obstacles for LGBTQ+ individuals moving through the cancer care continuum.

Released in May 2022. 

Target Audience

Health Care Providers, Physicians, Trainees, APPs, Fellows, Residents, Pharmacists, Nurses, Office Staff

Learning Objectives

  • Envision how different lived histories affect the way people approach their cancer screening and care,
  • Demonstrate understanding of how intersectional minority identities invoke additional barriers to care, and
  • Discuss different types of LGBTQ+ experiences at different stages of the cancer care continuum.

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