Health Disparities in Transgender Populations presents provocative content aimed to develop critical thinking about the meaning of “approved” standards and procedures in the context of research and healthcare.
This toolkit contains media examples from minority and diverse populations to provide the context for consideration of injustice and instructor tools such as suggested learning activities and assessments of learning outcomes. This module encourages students to critique current practices, identify discriminatory practices, and consider improvements. Students gain durable concepts and tools to inform their future ethical participation in research and healthcare.
At the end of this module learners will be able to:
- Discern inequalities in access to care
- Describe barriers to care
- Explain how power imbalance contributes to health disparities
Most recent uploads to the Resources folder
- Some Clinician Strategies for Better Serving Trans Patients – May, 2015
This module was produced with the support of a Jesse Fine Fellowship from the Indiana University Poynter Center.