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This journal discussion is in observance of Trans Visibility Day which occurs on March 31, 2023. Participants should read the article:
Wesp, L. M., Malcoe, L. H., Elliott, A., & Poteat, T. (2019). Intersectionality Research for Transgender Health Justice: A Theory-Driven Conceptual Framework for Structural Analysis of Transgender Health Inequities. Transgender health, 4(1), 287–296. https://doi.org/10.1089/trgh.2019.0039
Participants should read the article and be prepared to participate in the discussion.
- At the end of the article, the authors mentioned:
“We use the word transgender throughout this article as an umbrella term. We intend the term “transgender” to be inclusive of many diverse terminologies that people may use to describe themselves and the diversity of identities and experiences outside of the gender binary, including two-spirit, nonbinary, agender, and genderqueer people.”
In what ways did this article change your preconception of transgender health?
- Which of the three actions to advance transgender health justice would you use to improve transgender health care in your work?
- How would you build on this theoretical research?
Space is limited, if you cannot attend please cancel to allow others to join. This session will not be recorded.
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After this webinar participants will be able to:
- Discuss intersectionality in social justice and transgender health equity
- Identify the three main actions for improving transgender health research