Speaker

I am available to present to select groups. My presentations are tailored to each different audience, and can be for example: a 4-hour or a 1-hour CME lecture—or a totally non-medical presentation. Consistent with my life, my presentations are informed by literature, classical studies, history, music, art, math and science. My presentations are inspirational as well as educational. My interests and my message are far more than Gender Medicine and transgender issues.

———— Duke Presentations ————

Panel presentation to Duke medical students, March 21, 2018

Presented to Duke Primary Care (DPC) Medical Directors Meeting, February 28, 2018

Presented to 150 Duke medical students and faculty at Trent Semans Center, January 24, 2018

Duke PA students and faculty, June 6, 2017

Duke Regional Hospital Medical Learners Noon Conference, March 3, 2017
“An Overview of the Transsexual Patient”

Duke Endocrine Grand Rounds on November 2, 2015.
“Overview of Medical Care for the Transsexual Patient.”

Duke AHEAD conference entitled: “Our Common Humanity,” (an overview of the transsexual patient) September 18, 2015

Duke Regional Hospital Grand Rounds December 2013.
“An Overview of Healthcare for the Transsexual Patient.”

—– Invited Speaking Engagements —–

NC Academy of Physician Assistants‘ Annual Summer Conference, North Myrtle Beach, SC, August 23, 2017.

National Kidney Foundation, Clinical Conference, Orlando, FL, April 18, 2017, “An Overview of the Transsexual Patient with considerations for CKD/ESRD patients.”

Wake Forest University School of Medicine PA Program, August 23, 2012.

Maryville College, “Community Conversations explores People on the Move” Lecture Series.
My presentation was in the Clayton Center for the Arts, to faculty, students, and community members. It was entitled: “On The Road to Hestia’s House.  I also authored and delivered the Homily at Chapel that morning, entitled:  “The Anguished Patient.”  March 23, 2012

The International Conference on Epilepsy Care, Graylyn Conference Center, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC. August 2001