Professional Education

All health professionals, such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists strive to provide the best possible care. In order to achieve this we must educate current and future health providers to consider each patient's uniqueness and that means first and foremost taking into consideration how sex and gender impact health and wellness.

Online Continuing Medical Education and Certificate Program

LWBIWH's "Y Does X Make a Difference?" currently has one completed module and thirteen models in various stages of production for web-based availability. Course participants who complete ten CME hours will get credit toward the LWBIWH Certificate of Advanced Training in Sex and Gender-Based Medicine. Our certificate program is the first of its kind for practicing physicians and nurses. Currently our expert faculty members hail from Brown University, John's Hopkins, University of Kansas and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (Lubbock and Amarillo).  To access these modules, please click here: Direct Web



Curriculum Development

LWBIWH is now facilitating the development of sex and gender-based medicine curricula in the TTUHSC Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing. TTTUHSC and LWBIWH are recognized nationally and internationally for our expertise in health care professional curriculum. To date the Institute has contributed more than $200,000 to curricular development. The curriculum site may be viewed at www.texastechsgbm.org

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