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Best Clinical Practices and Policies for Sex Workers @ NYU

Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Kimmel Center, 9th Floor

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The Spring 2010 Pride in Practice Identity/Expression Education Series with The Office of LGBT Student Services and PROS Network

“Best Clinical Practices and Policies for Sex Workers”

-Learn About the “No Condoms As Evidence” Bill.

-How to be Competent, Sensitive Clinicians to a Population on the Margins.

-Find Out Which Providers, Resources, Organizations, and Agencies are Sex Worker-Friendly.

Moderator and Key Note Speaker:

Jo Rees, Adjunct Lecturer, NYU Silver School of Social Work

Guest Speakers:

Crystal DeBoise, Sex Workers Project, PROS Network;

Stephen Crowe, FROST’D, PROS Network;

Johannah Westmacott, Streetwork Project, PROS Network

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