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Kaiser SFO Chronic Pain Grand Rounds 1-19-16

 LGBT Case Scenarios: An Experiential Learning Perspective  
This presentation was given as part of the grand rounds series at Kaiser San Francisco Department of Chronic Pain.
The presentation consisted of reviewing LGBT clinical case scenarios through small breakout groups, which allowed an experiential learning perspective. After discussing a particular case as a smaller group, the group would present the case to the whole audience with Dr Holt as the facilitator.
The engaged audience consisted of 15 multidisciplinary medical professionals.
Audience comments: 
Great way to introduce topic. I also liked how it allows you to provide information at the end very directly.-42 y/o M health psychologist post doc
Excellent. All diversity training at KP could benefit from using case examples and discussions like this. The presentation made me think about additional open ended questions to explore with patients.-49 y/o F psychologist
Wonderful format of learning. I could sense in the room the same anxiety, discomfort, and lack of ideas of how to proceed. Never would have recognized that in formal lecture. This increased my sensitivity to LGBT issues, what to look for, and good ways to explore.-50 y/o F psychologist
Great experiential presentation! I learned I don't know everything, to be open and if I don't know ask.-44 y/o M psychologist
Thought provoking. Vignettes caught my attention. I couldn't define all the terms, so had to work at it. I learned the importance of open ended questions always. No downside.-70 y/o M psychologist

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