Dustin Z Nowaskie

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences (Clinician Educator)
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of Usc
Address1031 W. 34th Street
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089
Phone+1 213 740 1495
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    Dr. Dustin Nowaskie is a queer, nonbinary adult psychiatrist who completed their psychiatry residency and medical education at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Prior to IU, they attended USC for their undergraduate studies, majoring in neuroscience, psychology, and biology. They joined the USC Counseling and Mental Health (CMH) team in Summer 2022.

    Dr. Nowaskie’s personal identification and civic commitment have cultivated into a passion to help LGBTQ+ communities. At USC, they provide LGBTQ+ and gender-affirming services including letters for gender-affirming procedures and surgeries. Through their nonprofit organization OutCare Health, they provide information, resources, programming, mentorship, education, training, research, and much more for LGBTQ+ people across the country. Their ultimate goal is to transform their might into a powerful unicorn of social and public health change for LGBTQ+ people.

    In their free time, they enjoy collecting mid-century pieces and traveling to national parks with their two partners and two Siberian Huskies.

    Their pronouns are they, them, theirs.

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    1. The current state of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender cultural competency among U.S. dermatology residents. Int J Womens Dermatol. 2022 Oct; 8(3):e030. Nowaskie DZ, Garcia-Dehbozorgi S, Cortez JL. PMID: 35822191; PMCID: PMC9270600.
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    2. Correction: How much is needed? Patient exposure and curricular education on medical students' LGBT cultural competency. BMC Med Educ. 2022 Jun 07; 22(1):442. Nowaskie DZ, Patel AU. PMID: 35672851; PMCID: PMC9175443.
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    3. US Plastic Surgery Residents' LGBTQ+ Education, Patient Exposure, and Cultural Competency. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2022 May 16. Nowaskie DZ. PMID: 35577969.
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    4. Evaluation of the Three National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Other Sexual and Gender Minority (LGBTQ+)-Competent Provider Directories in the United States. J Homosex. 2022 Feb 18; 1-7. Nowaskie DZ. PMID: 35179444.
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    5. The impact of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ+ community: Comparisons between cisgender, heterosexual people, cisgender sexual minority people, and gender minority people. Psychiatry Res. 2022 03; 309:114391. Nowaskie DZ, Roesler AC. PMID: 35032764; PMCID: PMC8743502.
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    6. A Qualitative Investigation Into Faith and LGBTQ Identities in a Nonclinical Sample of Readers of the Dear Abby Column: The Dear Abby Project. J Nerv Ment Dis. 2021 Dec 01; 209(12):855-858. Ghazzawi A, Casoy F, Libby N, McIntosh C, Barber M, Adelson S, Ahola J, Ashley K, Chavez AM, Erickson-Schroth L, Fadus M, Goldenberg D, Hung K, Lothwell L, Mattson M, McAfee SG, Nowaskie DZ, Schwartz A, Tompkins DA, Yarbrough ER, Drescher J. PMID: 34846354.
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    7. Development, Implementation, and Effectiveness of a Self-sustaining, Web-Based LGBTQ+ National Platform: A Framework for Centralizing Local Health Care Resources and Culturally Competent Providers. JMIR Form Res. 2021 Sep 22; 5(9):e17913. Nowaskie DZ. PMID: 34550083; PMCID: PMC8495572.
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    8. Eating disorder symptomatology in transgender patients: Differences across gender identity and gender affirmation. Int J Eat Disord. 2021 08; 54(8):1493-1499. Nowaskie DZ, Filipowicz AT, Choi Y, Fogel JM. PMID: 33990998.
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    9. LGBT cultural competency, patient exposure, and curricular education among student pharmacists. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2021 Jul-Aug; 61(4):462-469.e3. Nowaskie DZ, Patel AU. PMID: 33715973.
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    10. Assessing the LGBT cultural competency of dementia care providers. Alzheimers Dement (N Y). 2021; 7(1):e12137. Nowaskie DZ, Sewell DD. PMID: 33614899; PMCID: PMC7882525.
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    11. How much is needed? Patient exposure and curricular education on medical students' LGBT cultural competency. BMC Med Educ. 2020 Dec 04; 20(1):490. Nowaskie DZ, Patel AU. PMID: 33276769; PMCID: PMC7716501.
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    12. A multicenter, multidisciplinary evaluation of 1701 healthcare professional students' LGBT cultural competency: Comparisons between dental, medical, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, and social work students. PLoS One. 2020; 15(8):e0237670. Nowaskie DZ, Patel AU, Fang RC. PMID: 32790797; PMCID: PMC7425966.
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    13. Neurological Changes and Depression: 2020 Update. Clin Geriatr Med. 2020 05; 36(2):297-313. Greene RD, Cook A, Nowaskie D, Wang S. PMID: 32222303.
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    14. Impact on patient satisfaction and importance of medical intake and office staff in a multidisciplinary, one-stop shop transgender program in Indianapolis, Indiana. J Multidiscip Healthc. 2019; 12:665-673. Nowaskie DZ, Fogel RS, Fogel JM. PMID: 31616155; PMCID: PMC6699507.
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    15. Care coordinator assistants: Job satisfaction and the importance of teamwork in delivering person-centered dementia care. Dementia (London). 2020 Jul; 19(5):1560-1572. Nowaskie D, Carvell CA, Alder CA, LaMantia MA, Gao S, Brown S, Boustani MA, Austrom MG. PMID: 30278794; PMCID: PMC7025804.
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    16. Primary Care Providers' Attitudes, Practices, and Knowledge in Treating LGBTQ Communities. J Homosex. 2019; 66(13):1927-1947. Nowaskie DZ, Sowinski JS. PMID: 30265839.
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