Beyond a Gendered Binary: Trans and Gender Diverse Experiences of Health Care in Michigan
University of Michigan School of Public Health
1680 SPH I (Community Room), 1415 Washington Heights Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029

Trans, nonbinary, and other gender diverse individuals experience incredible rates of health disparities, from higher rates of mental health diagnoses to actively being denied needed health care, all as a result of living in a transphobic world. Health providers and public health professionals need a deeper understanding of the diverse ways that gender exists in order to provider more affirming and effective care, as well as to think about how to measure the experiences of this population. Dr. Kattari (she/her) and Dr. Roosevelt (she/her) will give an introduction to trans and gender diverse identities, as well as share research findings from the Michigan Trans Health Survey, and ongoing sexual and eproductive health photovoice groups among trans and nonbinary individuals in the Detroit metro area.

Sexual and Gender Diversity in Public Health

Beyond a Gendered Binary: Trans and Gender Diverse Experiences of Health Care in Michigan

2019-2020 SGDPH Speaker Series

icon to add this event to your google calendarNovember 18, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
1680 SPH I (Community Room)
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029
Sponsored by: Sexual and Gender Diversity in Public Health
Contact Information: SGDPH eBoard (sgdph-board@umich.edu)

Trans, nonbinary, and other gender diverse individuals experience incredible rates of health disparities, from higher rates of mental health diagnoses to actively being denied needed health care, all as a result of living in a transphobic world. Health providers and public health professionals need a deeper understanding of the diverse ways that gender exists in order to provider more affirming and effective care, as well as to think about how to measure the experiences of this population. Dr. Kattari (she/her) and Dr. Roosevelt (she/her) will give an introduction to trans and gender diverse identities, as well as share research findings from the Michigan Trans Health Survey, and ongoing sexual and eproductive health photovoice groups among trans and nonbinary individuals in the Detroit metro area.

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