Transgender Health Care
Improving Ob-Gyn Care for Transgender and Non-Binary Individuals
Transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming individuals often face discrimination in health care settings. Research shows that many are unable to find competent, knowledgeable, and culturally-appropriate health care.
To assist faculty and staff, we created modules to prepare ob-gyns and other providers to better care for transgender, non-binary, and other gender diverse people.
These modules were developed and produced by Daphna Stroumsa, in collaboration with physicians and activists across the country and with the support of Michigan Medicine and the Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG). Dr. Stroumsa is a fellow in the National Clinician Scholars Program and in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Michigan.
- Gender identity and care of transgender and gender non-conforming patients
- Preventative care for transgender and gender non-conforming patients
- Gender affirming treatment and transition-related care
- Addressing common gynecologic issues among transgender patients
- Health records, billing, insurance, and legal documents in transgender medicine
Thanks to the following co-authors and collaborators: Zena El-Saghir; Anand J. Kalra; Gene de Haan, MD; Hadrian Kinnear; Sebastian Z. Ramos, MD; Halley P. Crissman, MD; Roopina Sangha, MD, MPH; and John F. Randolph Jr., MD.