Quality Healthcare of Transgender People: How to Enact a Safe and Appropriate Transgender Healthcare Model for a Healthcare System. Summit Medical Group Board of Directors and Medical Directors. January 2017.
LGBTI and Gender Fluid Health Care: An Underserved Population at Significant Physical and Mental Health Risk. Seton Hall University, Physicians Assistant Program: November 5, 2016
LGBTIQ Health Care Primer for the Primary Health Care Provider. First Year Medical Students; Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. March 2017. Presented again to the Veteran’s Administration in East Orange Health Care System September 2016.
“The LGBTI Population: An Underserved Community at Great Risk”: June 2014 (Various Dates)
“LGBTI Medicine: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation. What’s the difference?” June 2014
“Transitional Medicine: What does the future hold? How easy is it to transition a patient?” July 2014
“How to Prevent the transmission of the HIV Virus through PReP and PEP Prophylaxis” March 2016
“Audiogram: LGBTI Medicine and Healthcare.” Summit Medical Group Audio Archives. June 2015
Interview: “New Jersey Magazine” – Two Jersey Doctors Blaze a New Trail by Offering Primary Care Tailored to LGBT Patients. March 2015.
Treating Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy from a Primary Care Perspective.” Pfizer Pharmaceuticals National Broadcast Webinar. Geared to PCP. January 2014
“Finding the Right Physician for your Personal Medical Needs and Issues.” The Pride Guide. Asbury Park Press. June 1, 2010. (Article)
Depression Treatment for the Primary Care Practitioner.” Grand Rounds for the Dept of Family Medicine of Somerset Medical Center. Somerville, New Jersey. January 18, 2005.
“Sexual Identity, Sexual Orientation, Alternative Lifestyles, Same Gender Relationships: Opening Your Mind to Patients in Alternative Lifestyles.” Second Year Medical Students, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey. March 1, 2002
“How to Take A Comfortable and Comprehensive Sexual History.” The Residents of Internal Medicine at Morristown Memorial Hospital. March 16, 2002.
“Sexual Identity, Sexual Orientation, Alternative Lifestyles, Same Gender Relationships: Opening Your Mind to Patients in Alternative Lifestyles.” Second Year Medical Students, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey. March 1, 2002.
“Grand Rounds for the Gay, Lesbian, & Bisexual Community.” The Residents of Family Practice Medicine, Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, NJ. May 7, 2002.
“Reach: Treatment of Depression in Individuals.” Facilitator and Lecturer for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals to other Family Physicians. Short Hills Hilton, September 2002.
“Migraine Headache: Level 2.” The Residents of Family Practice at Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, New Jersey. November 2002.
“Asthma Update: Treatment and Evaluation.” The Residents of Family Practice at Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, New Jersey. August 28, 2003.
“Taking An Appropriate Sexual History.” The Internal Residents of Morristown Memorial Hospital. 1997-2010.
“How to Approach the Gay, Lesbian or Transgendered Patient.” The Combined New Jersey and Pennsylvania Academy of Family Practice, Atlantic City, New Jersey. August 2000 Meeting.
“Sexual Identity/Sensitivity.” First Year Medical Students, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ. February 1998.
“Depression and Anxiety: Evaluation and Treatment.” Internal Medicine Residents, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ. March 1997
“Minor Surgery for the Primary Care Physician.” The Residents of Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey. April 1997.