The STFM Podcast
June 2022: Providing LGBTQ-Affirming Primary Care with Emiliano Lemus, MS
On this episode of The STFM Podcast, medical student Emiliano Lemus speaks with host Saria Carter Saccocio, MD, about how family medicine is uniquely positioned to be a leader in queer and transgender healthcare. Lemus discusses how to use inclusive language during initial clinical encounters with all patients and offers guidance on how physicians can build safe and welcoming relationships with diverse patients. They also share how to advocate in your health system for culturally-affirming care for LGBTQ populations.
Hosted by Saria Carter Saccocio, MD, MHA, FAAFP
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University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Center of Excellence for Transgender Health
UCSF Guidelines for the Primary and Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender and Gender Nonbinary People
AIDS Education & Training Center Program (AETC) National Coordinating Resource Center
LGBTQ-Affirmative Behavioral Health Services in Primary Care
Training to Reduce LGBTQ-Related Bias Among Medical, Nursing, and Dental Students and Providers: A Systematic Review
Emiliano Lemus, MS:
Emiliano Lemus is a fourth-year medical student and Pisacano Scholar at the University of California Berkeley-University of California San Francisco Joint Medical Program. They are also an herbalist, health disparities researcher and trainer on LGBTQ-affirming healthcare. Emiliano worked for a decade as a community organizer before seeking medical training, serving in organizations focused on social justice and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Emiliano is trans, proudly Chicano and Indigenous, and a parent to three chickens and a poodle. They love living in Oakland, and they are thrilled to soon begin Family Medicine residency.