Being unsure of how to refer to transgender, gender-expansive, and intersex patients can be anxiety-inducing. Read our guide to learn how to use appropriate pronouns with these patients.
Advancing LGBTQ+ Health Care
From mood disorders to substance abuse, bisexuals have worse health outcomes than heterosexual, gay, or lesbian people. Doctors have a role to play in changing that.
How one medical school created their transgender curriculum with the view that transgender medicine is personalized medicine.
The data on LGBT child incarceration are ethically and medically troubling. Even doctors with no ties to the juvenile justice system can take steps to help.
Developing a practice that provides excellent transgender health care just takes an open mind and a willingness to learn, explains family physician and self-described “body autonomist,” Dr. Sarah Pickle.
A list of terms to assist physicians, nurses, students, and other health care workers expand their LGBT vocabulary.