Eliminating LGBT Disparities COURSE 1 & 2
Original Release Date: 3/30/2016-TBD
The Morehouse School of Medicine(MSM) designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 2.0 CE 1 Credit(s). Attendees should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Credit will be available for the live webinar only.
This course should take approximately 75 minutes to complete.
Questions are located after every video segment
You must complete the quiz with a passing rate of 80% or better
If you score less than 80%, you may retake the quiz
In order to earn credit, physicians must complete the entire 2-part educational activity before the termination date: July 30, 2016.
Within 2 weeks of completing the course, you will receive a CME certificate via e-mail.
Non-physicians may register for the course but are not eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
Non-physicians will earn a certificate of participation after successfully completing the course (before its termination date).
Megan Douglas is the Associate Project Director of Health Information Technology Policy in the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in Atlanta, GA. She is a licensed attorney and focuses on health policy and its impact on individuals from underserved communities. She was a 2012-13 Health Policy Leadership Fellow in the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at MSM. Megan has worked on health policy issues related to neurodevelopment disabilities, HIV and AIDS discrimination, racial and ethnic health disparities, and individuals identifying as LGBT. With the TCC, she is studying the impact of Health Information Technology (HIT) policies on health disparities and is identifying ways to improve these policies to advance health equity.
Linda Ellis has served as the Executive Director of the Health Initiative since January of 2002. The Health Initiative is committed to the health and wellbeing of Georgias LGBT community. Prior to joining The Health Initiative, Linda was the first Executive Director of YouthPride, Inc. Linda has Master degrees in both theology and family therapy.
As the Executive Director of The Health Initiative, Linda has expanded both the reach and reputation of the organization, developing a strong network of healthcare providers committed to providing culturally sensitive care to all members of the LGBT community. Increasingly, the work of the Health Initiative focuses on increasing access to supportive healthcare for those at the margins of the community, including LGBT seniors and those individuals who are under or un-insured. Linda has worked hard to expand The Health Initiative’s partnerships with mainstream providers and systems, and currently serves as co-chair of Fulton County’s Smoke Free Community Coalition and is a member of Piedmont Healthcare’s Bioethics Committee, Emory University’s Hope Clinic’s Community Advisory Board and the City of Decatur’s LifeLong Community Advisory Council.
Comments are closed