I Help Organizations Reshape Their Workplace Culture
Natasha Poulopoulos, PhD. (Dr. Tash) is a licensed psychologist specialized in diversity and inclusion. Dr. Tash advises organizations on how to create safe, motivating, equitable and informed workplaces and healthcare settings.
Affirming, inclusive care and workplaces are at the forefront of patient and employee well-being.
As an LGBTQ+ Health Expert, Dr. Tash teaches seminars and trainings regarding inclusivity and affirming care approaches within hospitals and organizations across the United States.
Workshops & Inclusivity Initiatives:
Designed to educate healthcare professionals, organizations, and community groups about the specific health care needs of LGBTQ+ individuals. These workshops cover topics such as culturally humility, addressing health care disparities, and strategies for creating safe and inclusive spaces.
Sessions & Trainings:
Aimed at providing in-depth knowledge on LGBTQ+ healthcare, including the latest research, evidence-based practices, and updated guidelines. These sessions help healthcare providers stay informed and provide the best possible care to LGBTQ+ patients.
Speaking engagements and community talks serve as a platform to engage with the broader community, raising awareness about LGBTQ+ health issues and strategies for acceptance and inclusion.
Darban, B., Poulopoulos, N., Campuzano, M., & Oliva, M. (2023). Improving LGBTQ+ Youth Healthcare: A Roadmap for System-Level Collaboration Efforts. Hospital Pediatrics, 13(9), e260-e262.
Gumidyala, A. P., Greenley, R. N., Plevinsky, J. M., Poulopoulos, N., Cabrera, J., Lerner, D., Noe, J.D., Walkiewicz, D., Werlin, S., & Kahn, S. A. (2018). Moving on: transition readiness in adolescents and young adults with IBD. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 24(3), 482-489.
Vassilopoulos, A., Poulopoulos, N., & Ibeziako, P. (2020). School absenteeism in medically hospitalized children and adolescents with somatic symptom and related disorders. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 26(2), 342-354.
Thomason, M. M., Poulopoulos, N., Nguyen, E., Gumidyala, A. P., Kahn, S. A., & Greenley, R. N. (2017). Reliability and validity of the beliefs about medication scale in a pediatric inflammatory bowel disease sample. Journal of Child Health Care, 21(3), 253-262.
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