Posted on January 20, 2020 by Sydney Tancowny

Our own gender and sexuality determine much more than who we identify as or are attracted to. They can have an impact on our experiences of anxiety and depression, drug use, feelings of belonging and access to adequate healthcare. In this presentation, alumni Thomas Trombetta will discuss different ways in which gender and sexuality can …

Our own gender and sexuality determine much more than who we identify as or are attracted to. They can have an impact on our experiences of anxiety and depression, drug use, feelings of belonging and access to adequate healthcare. In this presentation, alumni Thomas Trombetta will discuss different ways in which gender and sexuality can cause disparity in health access. In short, they will be discussing both results from consultations with LGBTQ2S+ people in Alberta about health and tools for affirming health promotion.

 

Alumni lecturer:

Thomas Trombetta, BA ’16
Prairies Regional Manager, Community Based Research Centre


Thursday, Feb. 27
12 noon
Wahkohtowin Lodge
Register: rsvp.augustana@ualberta.ca | 780-679-1626
FREE event
BYOBag Lunch, light refreshments provided.



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