The GLADD Salon Series

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Dear Members,

Please find below details of an event run by GLADD, The Association of LGBT Doctors and Dentists on 11th July 2018. BLAGG have been liaising with GLADD to support this event and Gerald Wilson from Tanfield Chambers will be speaking on PR re non-genetic parents. This promises to be a really interesting event which BLAGG fully supports so get your tickets soon.

The Association of LGBT Doctors and Dentists (GLADD) is planning a series of educational events throughout 2018: The GLADD Salon Series.

The GLADD Salon Series events are designed to tackle controversial or less discussed issues in LGBT health, in a transparent and safe manner, with a broad audience of healthcare professionals, whilst being open to the general public.

The first of these events is titled “Transitions: A Journey Through the LGBT Life Course” is designed to facilitate discussion of LGBT health at different stages of life.

Presentation topics include:

– The health of adolescent LBWSW, with a focus on pregnancy rates in this population – Prof Catherine Meads, Anglia Ruskin University

– The legal view point on parental responsibility of non-genetic parents – Mr Gerald Wilson, Tanfield Chambers

– LGBT issues affecting older adults, with time given to HIV care in elderly people – Dr Tom Levett, University of Sussex

There will be opportunity for attendees to discuss the issues raised, and to inform GLADD’s future work on these topics.

A certificate of attendance will be provided. Light refreshments will be provided.

This event will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 11 July 2018, at The Bishopsgate Institute in central London.

Tickets for this event are priced at £10 per person and can be purchased from http://gladdsalonone.eventbrite.co.uk.

Please direct any questions about this event to chair@gladd.co.uk.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.

Kind Regards,

The GLADD Salon Team:

– Susan Bewley, Christos Iacovou and Christopher Morrison

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