The Impact of Cultural Competency Education on Attitudes of Nursing Staff Towards Transgender and Non-Binary Patients

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Identifier R_VQOTNqubD7LAYCd_UVU_EBPF2019
Title The Impact of Cultural Competency Education on Attitudes of Nursing Staff Towards Transgender and Non-Binary Patients
Creator Bryan Casselman, SN
Description One-third of transgender people report having a negative experience with a provider (James et al., 2016). Required to educate their provider on their needs (24%). Asked invasive questions not related to their visits (15%). Refused care entirely (8%). Many masculine (33%) and indigenous (37%) trans people report not seeking medical care out of fear of discrimination (James et al., 2016). 25% of transgender people who want transition-related services also report never receiving them.
Subject Posters as Topic; Evidence-Based Practice; Cultural Competency; Nursing Staff; Attitude of Health Personnel; Sexism; Prejudice; Transgender Persons; Gender Identity; Transsexualism; Patient Satisfaction; Quality Improvement; Quality of Health Care
Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Date 2019
Date Digital 2019
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6gj3zx6
Relation is Part of 2019 Evidence Based Practice Posters
Format application/pdf
Setname ehsl_ebp
Date Created 2019-04-29
Date Modified 2019-05-08
ID 1423273
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6gj3zx6
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