Presentation

Jeanne Nollman at Santa Cruz Family Service Agency

Classification: Presentation
05/24/2006 - 08:45
05/24/2006 - 10:45
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA’s Bay Area Outreach & Peer Support volunteer, Jeanne Nollman, will share some insights relevant to intern therapists & counselors. Jeanne will also briefly discuss the history of the intersex movement; relate her own story; and introduce the Clinical Guidelines and Handbook for Parents produced by the Consortium on the Management of Disorders of Sex Development. A short film will be shown, followed by time for questions.

Time: 8:45am to 10:45am
Date: Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Sorry, not able to accommodate guests at this event.


Santa Cruz

Jeanne Nollman at Wright Institute - Berkeley

Classification: Presentation
06/01/2006 - 16:30
06/01/2006 - 18:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA’s Bay Area Outreach & Peer Support volunteer, Jeanne Nollman, will participate in a panel of intersex and transgendered individuals at the Wright Institute, Berkeley. Jeanne will share insights relevant to Pys.D. students training to become clinicians.

Time: 4:30pm to 6:00pm
Date: Thursday, June 1, 2006
Sorry, not able to accommodate guests at this event.

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Jones at Kean U. in NJ

Classification: Presentation
04/07/2007 - 00:00
Etc/GMT+8

Barb Jones, will visit Prof. J. Diaz’ class on Moral Problems in Medicine and Health Care at Kean University in Union NJ on April 7, 2007. During her visit, Barb will relate her own story to the students taking the course, share some insights relevant to nurses, social workers and counselors, followed by time for questions.

Event time and room location: TBD

Kean is located three miles from Newark Int’l. Airport.

Limited seating available for guests. To assure a seat, email Prof. Diaz at jdiaz AT cougar DOT kean DOT edu and be sure to put MAY I ATTEND INTERSEX SPEAKER PRESENTATION? in subject line. Be sure to use symbols for ‘AT’ and ‘DOT’ in email address.

Jones at St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing, Trenton, NJ

Classification: Presentation
04/02/2007 - 12:00
04/02/2007 - 13:00
Etc/GMT+8

Barb Jones, will visit the St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing, Trenton, NJ, at noon on Monday, April 2, 2007. Barb will relate her own story, and share some insights relevant to nurses, social workers and counselors, followed by time for questions.

Sorry. We cannot accommodate guests at this event.

Standard disclaimer: Items posted at the ISNA events site are provided as a public service, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by ISNA. To suggest an event for posting, go to the contact ISNA box on the right side of this screen.


Trenton, NJ

Kim Saviano at 4th Forum on Perinatal/Neonatal Ethical issues

Classification: Presentation
05/12/2005 - 16:00
12/31/1969 - 16:00

There is apparently no website for this, so below is a transcript of the brochure. Intersex presentations are on the last day.

4th Forum on Perinatal/Neonatal Ethical issues
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
May 11, 12, and 13, 2005

Sponsored by Memorial Hospital
Colorado Springs, Colorado

For More Information
Call (719) 365-6850

Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs Hotel
Colorado Springs, CO

COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the completion of this conference, the participant should be able to:
* Describe the components of an effective newborn screening system.
* Discuss some of the controversies surrounding implementation of expanded newborn screening.
* Describe the spectrum of technologies that are employed in newborn screening.
* Explain the clinical significance of expanded screening in newborns.
* Ethical and Policy Issues of expanded Newborn screening
* Identify the different screening and testing options offered to pregnant women/couples.
* Discuss the ethical issues associated with various decisions regarding genetic screening.
* Discuss whether egg freezing, preimplanation genetic diagnosis and cloning represents scientific progress or an ethical dilemma.
* Identify ways science/medicine harmonize with law.
* Discuss the way in which values are transmitted genetically, culturally, and legally.
* Analyze the future implications of sex assignment in a newborn with ambiguous genitalia.
* Explain the benefits and risks of prenatal surgery.
* Discuss communication strategies when reviewing the results of prenatal testing with anxious parents.
* Identify ways in which providers can optimize the informed consent process for treatments in the NICU.
* Identify potential parental reactions to withdrawing/withholding treatment in the NICU.
* Define gestational age range and birth weight range at which survival is possible and at which survival is more likely that non-survival.
* Describe trends in thresholds of viability in regard to changing perinatal practices.
* Delineate lethal congenital anomalies from non-lethal malformations with a probability of profound neurodevelopmental effects or markedly shortened lifespan.


Colorado Springs

Long at Alphabet Soup 2007

Classification: Presentation
02/16/2007 - 08:00
02/18/2007 - 18:00
Etc/GMT+8

Intersex Activist & Educator Lynnell Stephani Long will present two intersex related workshops at Alphabet Soup 2007, the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Trans Ally College Conference

Conference has sold-out. Waitlist available. More info at:

http://www.alphabetsoup2007.org/

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University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN

New Jersey: Janet Green speaks at National Association of Social Workers

Classification: Presentation
10/30/2004 - 11:45
12/31/1969 - 16:00

Janet Green, long-time ISNA ally and co-founder of Bodies Like Ours, will speak on:

“Intersex in the 21st Century: First Do No Harm”

at the continuing education conference of the New Jersey chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. The event will take place at the Busch Campus Center on the Rutgers University Busch Campus, in Piscataway, New Jersey. For more information, please click here.

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Piscataway, NJ

New York: Intersex Awareness Forum

Classification: Presentation
10/26/2004 - 04:00
12/31/1969 - 16:00

An Intersex Awareness Forum featuring Janet Green (long-time ISNA ally and co-founder of Bodies Like Ours) and Debbie Hartman (board member of ISNA) will happen on October 26, 2004, from 7-9 p.m. Eastern time, at:

The Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center
208 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011

For more information, click here.

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New York, NY

Nollman & Hillman at UC Berkeley

Classification: Presentation
04/20/2007 - 15:00
04/20/2007 - 17:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member and Bay Area outreach volunteer, Jeanne Nollman, and former ISNA Board Chair, Thea Hillman, team up to discuss gender/anatomy/sex and how these relate to Disorders of Sex Development. The purpose is to create a safe space that encourages and facilitates students’ ability to learn about their bodies, explore their sexuality, and expand their understanding of diversity.

Friday, April 20, 2007
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Female Sexuality Group
This event is free but NOT OPEN TO GUESTS


UC Berkeley

Nollman at CSUEB-Hayward

Classification: Presentation
05/01/2007 - 10:00
05/01/2007 - 12:00
Etc/GMT+8

ISNA Board Member and Bay Area outreach volunteer, Jeanne Nollman, will lead a discussion on intersex/Disorders of Sex Development with the students enrolled in BIOL 3065 Humans and Sex.

Tuesday, May 1, 2007
10 am - noon

Sorry. This event is not open to the public.

Standard disclaimer: Items posted at the ISNA events site are provided as a public service, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by ISNA. To suggest an event for posting, go to the contact ISNA box at the upper right side of this screen.


Hayward, CA
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