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Dr. Turban speaking out as a physician on behalf of transgender health, the importance of transgender research, and the right for trans people to exist in public spaces is a testament to the support that our community has from health care professionals regardless of policy proposals at play.
Let’s move towards a patient-centered, collaborative model of care – one that ensures trans patients receive accurate information to help them understand what they are choosing and why.
How do you create an empowering, collaborative therapist-patient relationship?
Gender therapist Dara Hoffman-Fox offers tips for both sides.
Rachel Lynn Golden, a clinical psychologist, lays out a plan a provider or parent can follow to have a sex positive talk with teens across the gender and sexuality spectrum.
Charlie takes the stage at Stanford MedX conference on Sunday Sept 17th at 12pm PST to talk about trans health research. Watch the live stream online.
Sarah turned to social media to find a trans-friendly provider, and realized what a difference having someone competent in trans health can make.
How can survey questions be more inclusive of gender?
The STRONG study is the first of its kind to research long-term health outcomes of transgender patients in the US. The results will bolster the evidence used in developing standards of care and public policy.
Electronic medical records were not designed with transgender people in mind. Clinicians at the Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender Health are working to change that.