Oscar Marquez, M.Ed., is a Senior Project Manager in PCDC’s Clinical and Population Health program. He provides expert training and technical assistance to support the delivery of culturally-responsive services and better engage diverse patient populations in all areas of the county. Mr. Marquez leads the development of various capacity building resources such as training curricula, webinars, and other tools. Mr. Marquez has worked in the HIV prevention field since 2002. Before joining PCDC, he worked for over four years at a Los Angeles-based health care organization, implementing direct client prevention services such as Prevention Case Management (CRCS), HIV testing and counseling, Group Level Interventions, Individual Level Interventions, and Recruitment. Prior to that, Mr. Marquez worked at Shared Action at APLA Health, a nationally recognized CBA program, where he oversaw the development, implementation, and quality assurance of distance-learning technologies (e.g., website and online trainings).
IIBHN 2020 Presentation(s):
Essentials for Addressing the Needs of LGBT Individuals in Integrated Care
With Andrew Philip, PhD
Friday, April 3rd, 2020. 1:00 – 2:30
Conference Room 110A
- Review characteristics of LGBT populations and related health considerations.
- Practice utilizing skills for effectively and compassionately communicating with patients about sexual orientation and gender identity.
- Identify steps for creating welcoming and inclusive environment and health neighborhoods for LGBT individuals.