Medical Mistrust Symposium
In March 2021, The California Prevention Training Center, UCLA HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services, and Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (PAETC) held an impactful symposium on medical mistrust.
Building on the momentum, in March 2022 CAPTC and Denver Prevention Training Center, along with important partners, hosted See All of Me: The Intersections of Medical Mis/Distrust and the Impact on Transgender Health, HIV Care & Prevention Summit.
View recordings and other resources from each event, below.
2022 Symposium on “See All of Me: The Intersections of Medical Mis/Distrust and the Impact on Transgender Health, HIV Care & Prevention Summit”
See All Of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Day 1, Part 1
Dr. Tatyana Moaton presents: An Intersectional Look at Providing Transgender Health
See All Of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Day 1, Part 2
Tyree Williams, Octavia Lewis, Levi Maxwell, Marcus Arana and Victor Motherwell participate in a panel conversation: In Sickness and Health: Exploring the Diversity of Gender in Patient-Centered HIV. Moderated by JaDawn Morgan-Wright
See All Of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Day 1, Part 3
Dr. Sand Chang presents: Decolonizing Transgender Health
See All Of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Day 2, Part 1
Valerie Spencer, Cecilia Gentili, Jenna Rapues participate in a panel conversation: Ecological Perspectives for Deconstructing Medical Mistrust in Transgender Health. Moderated by Shawn Demmons
See All of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Day 2, Part 2
Andrew Miller presents: Building an Affirming Healthcare System. Concludes with a special message from Admiral Dr. Rachel Levine.
See All Of Me Medical Mistrust Summit – Highlights
2021 Symposium Sessions
Opening Plenary: Historical Context of Medical Mistrust
Dr. Oni Blackstock
Plenary Two: Impact of COVID-19 on Medical Mistrust
Raniyah Copeland, MPH
Session One: Medical Mistrust and the LGBTQ+ Community
George Jackson, Janelle Luster, and Shawn Demmons
Session Two: Impact of Racism on Black and LatinX Communities
Agripina Alejandres-Ceja and Dante King
Session Three: Meaningfully Engaging the Tribal Community
Other Resources Addressing Medical Mistrust
- Critical Race Theory, Race Equity, and Public Health: Toward Antiracism Praxis by Chandra L. Ford, PhD and Collins O. Airhihenbuwa, PhD
- The Foundation of Modern Racial Categories and Implications for Research on Black/White Disparities in Health by Nina Harawa and Chandra Ford
- Slavery Reparations, Racial Justice, Black History: Universities Lead by Brown University
- Extensive Data Shows Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys by Emily Badger, Claire Cain Miller, Adam Pearce and Kevin Quealy