40th GLMA Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health
Thank you to all who attended the 40th Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health!
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The GLMA Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health - the premier scientific conference on LGBTQ health - features innovative healthcare breakthroughs and interventions, as well as the latest research from LGBTQ health experts from across the country. The conference is open to healthcare providers of all disciplines, researchers, academics, health administrators, policy experts, advocates, and all LGBTQ health supporters.
The program guide for the 40th GLMA Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health is available here!
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Local Action, Global Impact is an homage to the small-beginnings history of GLMA and much LGBTQIA2S+ health advocacy. GLMA, originally founded in San Francisco where our 40th Annual Conference takes place, began as a small organization that has grown to be the world's largest association of LGBTQ health professionals, with a national and international impact. Many strategies to improve LGBTQIA2S+ health follow that same path, starting as small projects that lead to larger, long-lasting change. This year, we celebrate the local, the small, the grassroots, and the mighty. To that end, GLMA aims to highlight speakers (including community leaders, researchers, policy makers, and clinicians, particularly those from the Bay Area) who are acting locally, but with a global impact, both by setting the tone for innovative and forward-thinking approaches to care, and by creating models that are replicable beyond the Bay's footprint.
The health and safety of all GLMA Annual Conference participants is a top priority. GLMA will continue to monitor the latest public health data and local, state, and federal guidelines as we continuously re-evaluate and update our conference COVID-19 safety protocols. Please stay tuned for additional details and updates to these policies. Protocol components based on endemic rates, CDC guidance, and local policies may include proof of vaccination, COVID-19 PCR or antigen testing, and masking. Thank you for your cooperation.
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