ONLY AVAILABLE BY PURCHASING THE SGIM22 HIGHLIGHTS BUNDLE.
Continuing Education Units Available: 1.0 CME; 1.0 MOC
CME/MOC Expires: May 1, 2024
To receive CME credit, you must watch the entire presentation, then click certificate to activate credit.
To receive CME and MOC credit, you must (a) watch the entire presentation and (b) complete the short MOC assessment, then click certificate to activate credits.
This symposium, Promoting Equity in Health Care Through Innovation in Women's Health and Sex- and Gender-based Medical Education, was originally delivered at the SGIM22 annual meeting in Orlando (April 2022).
- Define current concepts in the evolution of women's health education to sex- and gender-based medicine (SGBM)
- Discuss how fluency in pronouns, trauma informed care and gender improves the ability to communicate with patients
- Explore models related to the incorporation of topics in SGBM and race are best incorporated across curricula
- Prescribe solutions to educational deficiencies caused by the current fragmentation of care and lack of knowledge of sex and gender differences that can adversely affect patient care
THIS ITEM IS ONLY AVAILABLE BY PURCHASING THE SGIM22 HIGHLIGHTS BUNDLE.