Clinical Speaker Series Spotlight: Dr. Beth Clark

We are pleased to introduce our February 10th Clinical Speaker Series speaker:  Dr. Beth Clark!

​Dr. Clark is a clinical ethicist whose work focuses on increasing access to care for marginalized communities. 

Dr. Clark completed a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies at The University of British Columbia, with a dissertation on healthcare and ethical decision making among trans youth, caregivers, and healthcare providers in British Columbia. Several peer-reviewed papers have been published based on this work and other research projects on trans healthcare.

At Brandeis University, Dr. Clark currently holds the Allen-Berenson Fellowship in Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, conducting research on moral objection to gender-affirming care and teaching courses in feminist bioethics and transgender health. 

In this session, Dr. Beth Clark will discuss broadly on ethical issues in the trans health care including health disinformation campaigns. 

Trans Care BC invites physicians, nurse, practitioners, nurses, social workers, clinical counsellors, and other registered health care providers to join Dr. Clark at the upcoming Clinical Speaker Series.

To register:  trans.edu@phsa.ca
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