We offer training to organizations on implicit bias and how to be part of solutions for inclusivity. We specialize in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) cultural competence training with a focus on intersectionality. Because we are not our race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation. We are whole people.
Below is a select list of publications relevant to our mission for a more inclusive, sustainable future.
Developing Standards for Cultural Competency Training for Healthcare Providers to Care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Asexual Persons: Consensus Recommendations. LGBT Health. 2022.
All research is LGBTQI research: Recommendations for improving cancer care through research relevant to sexual and gender minority populations. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health. 2022.
Implementation factors for patient navigation program success: a qualitative study. Implementation Science Communications. 2021.
Learner outcomes of diverse oncology professionals after the TEAM cultural competency training. Journal of Cancer Education 2020.
Cancer care considerations for sexual and gender minority patients. Oncology Issues. 2019.
Patient navigation in cancer: The business case to support clinical needs. Journal of Oncology Practice. 2019.
Establishing effective patient navigation programs in oncology. Supportive Care in Cancer. 2019
Advancing access and equity: the vision of a new generation in cancer control. Lancet Oncology. 2017.
Lecture on Decolonizing Research, April 22, 2022
World Cancer Day overview on queer health. Union for International Cancer Control. 2020.
Development of patient navigation programs and their role in promoting health literacy. National Academies of Medicine, Science and Engineering. 2019.
Less Cancer, Disparities in Cancer Screening and Care among the LGBTQ Community, John Dingell Cancer Health Disparities Access Interviews, National Cancer Prevention Workshop 2023
Health Care Disparities and the LGBTQI Community, GW Pride 2022
In Health Care, Not Discriminating Is Not Enough, Newsweek, 2021
A Tale of Two Cities: Maranda's Health Equity Work in the Nation’s Capital, Center for Education Equity