Stanford Medicine Pride

The objective of this site is to build community for LGBTQ+ people across all of Stanford Medicine and bring transparency to the important work impacting patients, students, researchers, educators, clinicians, administrators, and alumni. 

Ways to get involved

Networking & Community

Be part of Stanford’s Pride community!

Stanford Medicine prioritizes amplifying the voice of our community, which is often times accomplished through presentations and panels. For example, during Pride month in 2021, panel discussions were facilitated to hear how Stanford employees approach family planning and how they navigate employee benefits.

If you would like to be considered for one of these opportunities, please contact us.  Let is know your Stanford affiliation, experiences and topics of expertise you bring! 


Stanford Medicine Diversity Cabinet LGBTQ+ Subcommittee

The LGBTQ+/Sexual and Gender Minorities (SGM) Subcommittee is the first subcommittee of the Diversity Cabinet. The subcommittee meets to discuss ongoing Stanford Medicine Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) efforts, such as medical education curriculum, healthcare for the LGBTQ+ community, and seminars, trainings, and workshops representing the latest research on the LGBTQ+ community.


Pride & Allies Employee Resource Group

The mission of the Pride & Allies ERG is to promote a positive environment that supports patients, families and employees that identify as LGBTQ+ and allies by providing educational resources, professional and clinical consultations, and advocacy.


LGBTQ-Meds

As an activist and social organization, LGBTQ-Meds is dedicated to raising awareness of queer health issues and promoting equal social and political rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people.


Stanford Pride

The Mission of Stanford Pride is to create and foster a diverse Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Intersex (LGBTQQI) affirming community of alumni, students, faculty and staff.


+OUTlist

The +OUTlist is a resource supporting Stanford Medicine LGBTQ+ individuals in community-building, mentorship, and visibility.


Stanford LGBTQ+ Community Book


QUEST - Queer University Employees at Stanford

QUEST is a network of Stanford LGBT staff and faculty. QUEST works to foster and support a diverse LGBT campus community, addressing social issues as well as assisting the University with individual, group, and political concerns of LGBT staff and faculty.

 


Current Initiatives

Employee Benefits and Policies

Pride ERG and Subcommittee

Pronoun Training

Pride ERG and Subcommittee

Standard email signatures

Pride ERG

2021 LGBTQ Forum

Subcommittee

SGM Curriculum Enhancement

Subcommittee

SGM CME Activities

Subcommittee

SGM Focus Groups

Subcommittee

Past Initiatives

Feb February 2016

Establishment of SGM Taskforce

Subcommittee

Oct October 2016

Pilot of SGM medical student course

Subcommittee

Oct October 2017

SoM SGM survey

Subcommittee

Jan January 2018

Identify pin distributed 

Subcommittee

Jan January 2018

SoM Town Hall

Subcommittee

Feb February 2018

Establishment of SGM Subcommittee

Subcommittee

Jun June 2018

OUTlist/ALLYlist Redux

Subcommittee

Jun June 2018

SGM identity question in medical school admissions

Subcommittee

Sep September 2018

First SGM Faculty Gathering

Subcommittee

Oct October 2018

Inaugural LGBTQ Forum

Subcommittee

Jun June 2019

Stanford Medicine at SF Pride

Subcommittee

Sep September 2019

Second SGM Faculty Gathering

Subcommittee

Oct October 2019

Second LGBTQ Forum

Subcommittee

Pronoun Stickers

Pride ERG

Recruiting Website

Pride ERG

C-I-CARE Message of the Month

Pride ERG

HRC’s HEI Qualification

Pride ERG

Pride face masks

Pride ERG

Ask Me Anything events

Pride ERG

Contact us

Please contact us to get connected to the work you’re passionate about.

Events

2021 LGBTQ+ Forum

The mission of this year’s Forum is to raise awareness that Wellness starts with an informed, inclusive, and equitable academic and work environment that promotes the belonging of individuals with diverse sexual and gender identities.

Learn more and register for the LGBTQ+ Forum

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