Clinical Speaker Series Quarterly Spotlight: Cora Beitel

We are pleased to introduce our upcoming March 11th, 2020 Clinical Speaker Series expert:  Cora Beitel!
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Cora Beitel is a midwife and community organizer whose people are settlers of European Jewish ancestry. They work and live on the traditional and unceded homeland of the Coast Salish peoples. Cora is a founding member of the Strathcona Midwifery Collective, a practice located in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver where they serve a diverse clientele, including many queer and trans clients. As well as providing midwifery care, they run a Trans and Queer Pregnancy and Parenting group and provide education on inclusive care to diverse health care providers in the hospitals and in community settings. When not working, they are spending time with family, sharing food, on their bike or out in nature as much as possible.

Physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, registered clinical counsellors, and registered health care professionals are invited to join Adrienne Smith at our province-wide Clinical Speaker Series on March 11th, 6pm-8pm. To register and learn more, email us: trans.edu@phsa.ca.

Click here to learn more about Trans Care BC's Clinical Speaker Series.

 
 
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