BCAPOP VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

BUILDING CAPACITY - STRENGTHENING SERVICES

Keynote: Trystan Reese

October 6, 2020 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM PDT


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION


Beyond Mommies and Daddies: Supporting Transgender Parents During Pregnancy and Beyond 
by Trystan Reese

Trystan Reese is a Portland-based educator who works on transgender fertility issues specifically and LGBTQ+ family issues more broadly.

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PLENARY SESSIONS


An Indigenous Perspective of Supporting Prenatal Care and Infant Development
by Sue Sterling-Bur

Self-care for Workers and Avoiding Compassion Fatigue
by Dr. Sarah Lea


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REGISTRATION INFO...


REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Complete your registration by July 31st to be eligible for special early bird pricing.
Can't attend the full day? Don't worry - we've got you covered! All registered attendees will receive access to the recorded sessions for a limited amount of time after the conference!

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Help us spread the word about the BCAPOP Virtual Conference!
For any unique* registration received for the BCAPOP Virtual Conference through July 31, 2020 that lists your name in the "Referred by" field of the registration form, BCAPOP will enter your name into a draw for a $50 credit to be used towards a future BCAPOP event. The winner will be announced on August 5, 2020.

Eligibility: (i) Unique registration is defined as a paid registration that is from an individual that is not a BCAPOP member, or has never attended a BCAPOP event; (ii) The name listed in the "Referred by" field ("Referrer") on the unique registration must be a BCAPOP member, have attended a past BCAPOP event, or be a BCAPOP contact in order to be eligible for the draw; (iii) 1 draw entry for the Referrer for each unique registration received, up to a maximum of 10 entries per Referrer; and (iv) The Referrer's name must be listed in the "Referred by" field at the time of registration. 


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