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Providing Inclusive Care: Normalizing STIs Using a Trauma-Informed Care Approach


December 13, 2022

12:00pm - 1:00pm CT

Registration closes Monday, December 12 at 11:59pm CT.
If you missed the 2022 Wisconsin STI Summit in October, now is your chance to explore what it means to be trauma-informed while working with clients. In this webinar, you will explore strategies and recommendations for talking to clients when taking a sexual health history. You will get to practice your skills with others in the session, improving your knowledge. 

Here is what you can expect to learn at this event:
  • Trauma-informed language in sexual health
  • Trauma-informed language in sexual history taking and communication
  • Implicit bias and destigmatizing language and interactions regarding sexual health


Julia López, PhD, MPH, LCSW Assistant Professor of Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine
Dr. López is a public health researcher and clinician who uses her clinical-practice skills to further advance the field of sexual health using public health and social work theories and frameworks. Dr. López is focused on addressing gaps in research and clinical practices in the areas of sexual and gender minority (SGM) health, racial disparities, and HIV/STI care. She is committed to public health interventions and clinical care by way of behavioral and social science research, with the priority of maximizing translation into communities.

Event Support

This program is available through funding by the Wisconsin Division of Public Health STI Unit.
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