Transforming Care: LGBTQ & HIV/AIDS Health Equity Conference is hosted by the Equitas Health Institute for LGBTQ Health Equity and Equitas Health. The conference brings together over 450 activists, academics, community members, health and social service professionals, and others interested in reducing health disparities in the LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS community.

We’re excited to offer an opportunity to recognize people who have made significant contributions to the health and wellness of the LGBTQ or HIV/AIDS community in the Midwest, including Ohio. With 6 different categories, we will recognize individuals across the spectrum of care from providers to advocates. Winners of the awards will be announced at the Transforming Care Awards Ceremony.

Nominations are due by September 17, 2018. Submit a nomination here.

TRANSFORMING CARE AWARDS CEREMONY
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018
5PM  |  FAWCETT CENTER BALLROOM C/D
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The categories for the awards are:

Medical Provider

This award will recognize any medical provider
including nurses, physicians, pharmacists, etc.
who provide exceptional LGBTQ
or HIV/AIDS culturally competent healthcare.

Social Service Provider

This award will recognize any social service provider
including social workers, counselors, etc.
who provide exceptional LGBTQ
or HIV/AIDS culturally competent services.

Community Advocate

This award will recognize any community advocate
including activists, community organizers, volunteers, etc.
who passionately support issues that are important to the LGBTQ or HIV/AIDS community.

Trailblazer

This award will recognize an individual
who has shown life-long dedication to the health and wellness
of the LGBTQ or HIV/AIDS community.

Emerging Leader

This award will recognize a young professional,
student, activists, or individual new to the field
who has made a significant contribution to LGBTQ
or HIV/AIDS health and wellness.

Organization Champion

This award will recognize a business, nonprofit, or other entity
that has significantly contributed to structural change
in the area of LGBTQ health and wellness.