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Dr. Phillips honoured as Hnatyshyn Lecturer

Item is a press release issued by the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation. The document announces the Stephen Phillips was nominated by his peers to deliver the 2021 Ramon J. Hnatyshyn Lecture in Stroke.

Educational resources and conference materials

File contains one copy of the essay Cisgender Privilege: On the privileges of performing normative gender by Evin Taylor, dated 2010, and the report Eligibility and readiness criteria for Sex Reassignment Surgery: Recommendations for Revision of the WPATH Standards of Care; file also contains conference program and notes for the 1st Annual Health Equity Forum, held on March 18, 2011.

Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project sexual reassignment surgery lobbying materials

File contains materials relating to the advocacy activities of the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project in relation to sexual reassignment surgery. File contains pamphlets mock-ups, Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project meeting agendas, communications plans, correspondence, news clippings, memos, selections from the MSI Physicians manual, report drafts, PowerPoint Slides, and educational resources.

Nova Scotia stroke strategy implementation

File contains the first draft of the Cardiovascular Health Nova Scotia stroke strategy operational plan. File also contains correspondence, briefing notes, notes of operational plan management meetings, and a July 2007 overview of rehabilitation services in Nova Scotia prepared by Corinne Corning, Stroke Consultant for Cardiovascular Health Nova Scotia.

Essays, articles, glossaries, correspondence, and notes

File contains one copy of the essay The Intersexed? by Jennifer L. Paty, dated April 6, 2005; one copy of the essay Why Don't You Tell Them I'm a Boy? Raising a Gender-Nonconforming Child by Florence Dillon; one photocopy of the article A Boy's Life by Hanna Rosin, published in the November, 2008 issue of The Atlantic; one glossary of LGBT terminology; one transcript of the sermon Celebrating the T in LGBTQ: One Family's Sacred Journey, presented by Joan WIley to the First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto on January 21, 2007; one copy of the essay Darn Those Names and Pronouns by Mary Boenke, dated July, 2003; one copy of the article Metro Transition by Brendan Dunbar, originally published in July 20, 2006 issue of The Coast; Bob Fougere's correspondence regarding transgender activism, dated 2009-2010; eight business cards for Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church; one business card for Staci Montgomery, Employment Counsellor with LakeCity Employment Services Association; and notes.

Workshop materials, educational resources, and correspondence

File contains one pamphlet with information on the Community Development Fund application process for 2005, one copy of the pamphlet Sexual diversity in the workplace; one copy of the traditional gender model; one copy of Medical Procedures Related to Transgender Health as an MSI Benefit for Nova Scotians; one copy of draft 13 of Understanding Transsexuality: A Workshop; one packet of information regarding transgender youth and their involvement with the Youth Project; budgets for May 2012; one copy of the Trans Pride Canada: Style Guide; correspondence 2010-2012; news clippings dated 2011; notes; and educational materials relating to transgender health.

Halifax Rainbow Health Project final report drafts, presentation slides, and assessment tool

File contains two draft copies of the report Halifax Rainbow Health Project: Improving Access to Primary Health Care for the Rainbow Community with revisions, as well as one report summary, dated March, 2005; one set of copies of slides for a presentation entitled Inclusion Program In-service, printed on computer paper; and a copy of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project Inclusion Program Assessment Tool.

Syphilis Network

File contains materials relating to Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's involvement in the Syphilis Network health initiative via its participation in the Halifax Rainbow Health Project. Materials include one pamphlet published by Capital Health entitled Syphilis: A Primer for Physicians, meeting agendas, correspondence, notes; and one copy of the proposed action plan.

Halifax Rainbow Health Project Assessment Tool Guidelines, press releases, resources, and notes

File contains one full draft and one partial draft copy of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project Assessment Tool; two press releases from Capital Health relating to LGBT health care initiatives; one volume of the workbook Practical Coaching Skills for Managers, by Rick Seymour; one flyer for the children's book Uncle Aiden by Laurel Dykstra; notes; and three copies of a list of appendices for the Halifax Rainbow Health Project final report.

Halifax Rainbow Health Project Inclusion Program reports

File contains drafts of reports and tools published by the Halifax Rainbow Health Project, including the Family Services Association Assessment Report dated November, 2005; the Phoenix Youth Programs Assessment Report dated December, 2005; and the Assessment Tool Guidelines dated January, 2006.

Notes, clippings, and medical authorizations

File contains notes, medical authorizations, and clippings from the Chronicle Herald containing articles relating to the 2009 and 2013 provincial elections in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project LGBT research projects, educational materials, and correspondence

File contains materials relating to the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's participation in various research projects. Materials include one copy of survey questions for a 2005 study on gender and aggression conducted by Dr. Nancy Bartlett of Mount Saint Vincent University and associated correspondence; one invitation to participate in a study on nursing care for lesbians during childbirth, conducted by Lisa Goldberg of Dalhousie University, associated correspondence, and 1 copy of the project's research proposal; 1 package of information regarding a study on homophobia and heterosexism in undergraduate medical education, conducted by Dr. Frank Blye of Dalhousie University, and associated correspondence.

LGBT health care advocacy reports

File contains reports relating to LGBT health care advocacy projects. Materials include event flyers; one copy of the “2005 Community Health Plan” by the Halifax Peninsula Community Health Board; a list of appendices for the 2006 Final Report by the Halifax Rainbow Health Project; one draft copy of “Improving Access to Comprehensive and Coordinated Primary Health Care for GLBTI People in Capital Health”; copies of “Improved Access to Care Final Project Reports” and “Improved Access to Care 2005 Project reporting guidelines” reports by the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition; and copies of the “Improved Access to Care 2005 Project” report by the Halifax Rainbow Health Coalition.

LGBT health care reports ; Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth Project pamphlet

File contains one copy of the 2005 Halifax Regional Health Project report Improving Access to Primary Health Care in the Rainbow Community, one copy of the 2009 discussion paper Links Between the LGBT Community and Injury by the Nova Scotia Department of Health, and one pamphlet for parents of LGBT youth produced by the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth Project.

Job postings, meeting agendas, correspondence, notes, and terms of reference

File contains materials relating to the Halifax Rainbow Health Project's involvement with the Joint Advisory Committee for Improving Access to Primary Care for GLBTI People In Capital Health. Materials include a job posting for the Transition Coordinator for the GLBTI Initiative, dated 2004; two draft copies of the agenda for the meeting of the Advisory Group for Improving Access to Comprehensive and Coordinated Primary Care for GLBTI People in Capital Health, held May 31, 2004; one draft copy of terms of reference for the Advisory Group for Improving Access to Comprehensive and Coordinated Primary Care for GLBTI People in Capital Health; notes; correspondence dated 2004; and one draft copy of a press release for the Primary Care Project.

Letters of intent, partnership agreement, budgets, work plans, meeting minutes, notes, and correspondence

File contains materials relating to the Halifax Rainbow Action Project. Materials include letters of intent from Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project, AIDS Coalition Nova Scotia, and Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Youth Project; one full copy and two partial copies of amendments to the Halifax Rainbow Health Project partnership agreement with the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition; one draft copy of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project Inclusion Program outline; correspondence dated 2004-2005; one Halifax Rainbow Health Project budget dated March 31, 2004; two copies of a Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project meeting agenda dated March 30, 2004; notes; and one information packet for the 2004 Many Faces Diverse Voices conference, put on by the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition.

Proposals, budgets, partnership agreements, letters of support, and correspondence

File contains two copies of project proposal for the Halifax Rainbow Health Project, entitled The Halifax Rainbow Health Project: Improving Access to Primary Health Care Services for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Two-Spirited, Transgender and Queer People, published April, 2004. File also contains excerpts from the proposal; two coordinator's reports, dated July and August, 2004; one interim financial report, dated October 31, 2004; one copy of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project work plan for 2004-2005; Steering Committee terms of reference; one copy of the partnership agreement between the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition and the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project; letters of support; two copies of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project Director's Resolution in support of the creation of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project; and notes.

Reports, notes, reference materials, and correspondence

File contains materials relating to the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's participation in the Halifax Rainbow Health Project. Materials include copies of the coordinator's reports from 2004-2005; one copy of the essay Queer Health Matters: Transgender healthcare needs by Eric MacDonald and Dawn Archibald, dated June 27, 2005; a summary of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project final report; one copy of the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Improved Access to Care 2005 reporting guidelines; correspondence dated 2004-2005; and notes.

LGBT health care reports, correspondence, notes, and training materials

File contains materials relating to Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's involvement in various healthcare initiatives, including the Halifax Rainbow Health Project and the Spiritual Care and AIDS Project. Materials include one copy of the Halifax Rainbow Health Project's report Improving Access to Primary Health Care for the Rainbow Community; one blank copy of the Spiritual Care and AIDS Project Survey Anonymous Questionnaire for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS; correspondence regarding Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project, the Halifax Rainbow Health Project, and Spiritual Care and AIDS project dated 2005; objectives for the Improving Access to Care 2005 project report; three copies of the report Health and Wellness in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Two-Spirit Communities, published April, 2005 by the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition; one speaker information for Bob Fougere's participation in the Momentum 2005 health conference; three copies of training notes for the workshop "An Introduction to the Rainbow Community", held October 11, 2005; one map of Capital Health districts; and notes.

Nova Scotia's Strategy on HIV/AIDS

File contains materials relating to Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's response to Nova Scotia's Strategy on HIV/AIDS and interactions with the Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS. Materials include meeting notes and agendas, correspondence, draft proposals, and a copy of the Nova Scotia Strategy on HIV/AIDS.

Nova Scotia Integrated Stroke Strategy presentation to District Health Authorities

File contains a presentation titled Setting the Context : Stroke Care in Nova Scotia. The presentation was given by the Nova Scotia Integrated Stroke Strategy Committee to District Health Authorities during a consultation process that took place between June and September 2003. File includes correspondence, planning documents, and other material related to the consultation. File also contains a March 2002 committee report on re-organizing stroke care in Nova Scotia. The report was published by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.
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