Dr. Chadi Ibrahim, LebMASH executive board member, and Dr. Sandrine Atallah, LebMASH partner, presented at the Lebanese Society of Family Medicine 13th annual conference on Gender, Health and Sexuality held at The Crowne Plaza in Beirut on Nov. 15, 2014. Dr. Ibrahim presented on how to take a sexual history in a primary care setting. His […]
Since 2013, LebMASH has provided 3 educational sessions to beneficiaries of Proud Lebanon services. In October 2013, LebMASH provided a session on general sexual health and specifically anal health to 40 people at Proud. The event proved popular, and lead to 2 other sessions. In February 2014, LebMASH and Proud reconvened to host a session […]
Dr. Hasan Abdessamad, President of LebMASH, presents a talk on Lesbian health on the 31st May 2014 at the American University of Beirut. This video is the introductory remarks of his talk, taking the audience through the history of Lesbianism.
On the 31st May, 2014, the Lebanese Medical Association for Sexual Health (LebMASH) held a 5-session medical conference on health needs of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) individuals in Lebanon, in the West Hall of the American University of Beirut (AUB). The day commenced with an introduction by Dr. Faysal El-Kak, a senior lecturer […]
Beirut to give a talk on the perceptions of homosexuality within the medical profession and wider society. Chaired by Dr. Sami Richa, head of psychiatry at the university, and Father Michel Scheuer, head of the university’s ethics department, the talk was the first time that the subject of sexuality and gender identity had been broached […]
An intimate meeting with the doctor“, a Question & Answer session with members of the LGBT community – hosted by Proud Lebanon at their center. I will be on the panel with Dr. Omar Fattal, Psychologist based in New York. This event is open to public. Click here for the Facebook event page.
The Lebanese Psychological Association (LPA) in collaboration with the Lebanese Medical Association for Sexual Health (LebMASH) are presenting an event to psychologists about “Working with LGBT clients and their families” on May 24, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza, Beirut. The event was sold out shortly after it was announced.