One of the United States’ most historic universities, the university offers courses that teach students how to provide health care services to “young children” who “identify” as LGBT.
A Harvard Medical School course called “Caring for Patients with Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities, and Sexual Developments,” entails students providing “high-quality, culturally-responsive care” to “patients.” Contains course descriptions outlining how to learn how to [who] Identify lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual. “
As the Harvard.edu site explains, “Clinical exposure and education will be focused on serving people of both sexes and sexual minorities throughout their lives, from infants to the elderly.”
The four-week elective course is designed to reflect Harvard Medical School’s Sexual and Gender Minority Health Equity Initiative. The initiative’s goal is to “provide quality, comprehensive health care to sexual and gender minority patients of all ages.”
It is unclear what criteria Harvard University uses to determine whether an infant is considered a “gender or sexual minority.”
The university did not immediately respond to a request for clarification from The Christian Post on Friday.
A course at Harvard University, as part of the Physician Competency Reference Set (PCRS), to help students “acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to provide sensitive and positive care” to patients of all backgrounds. It also provides learning objectives for
The course description lists Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston as the primary meeting location for the 2022-23 academic year. Course directors Alex Keuroghlian and Alberto Puig also work in hospitals.
Massachusetts General Hospital is one of the nation’s hospitals offering transgender surgical services. In 2020, doctors at a hospital sought approval to perform the first surgery to attach a dead man’s penis to a woman who identifies as transgender.
The yet-to-be-approved procedure requires the organ donor’s penis to be attached to the biological woman’s groin.
Another partner of the course, Boston Children’s Hospital, came under fire last year after activists shared a video of the hospital allegedly offering “gender-confirming hysterectomies” and other services to minors. A March 2022 paper found that between 2017 and 2020, 65 double mastectomies were performed on adolescent girls at Boston Children’s Hospital’s Gender Surgery Center. It became clear.
Despite a strong Christian tradition for nearly two centuries, Harvard has distanced itself from its theological roots in recent years, even hiring an atheist as its senior pastor in August 2021.
Harvard Medical School made waves in 2020 by tweeting one of its panel discussions when the university called women “the people who give birth.”
As part of the debate on “maternal justice,” Harvard Medical School’s Graduate and Continuing Education concluded, “Globally, pregnant and childbearing people of ethnic minorities have worse outcomes during and after pregnancy and childbirth.” and suffer from experience.”
Ian M. Giatti is a reporter for The Christian Post. His contact is his firstname.lastname@example.org.
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