Gender-Affirming Care Training for Health Providers

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Identifier Taylor_NURS-4605_EBP_2020
Title Gender-Affirming Care Training for Health Providers
Creator Taylor, Mason
Description For healthcare providers at the University of Utah Hospital, how could training in gender-affirming care compared to the current lack of education specific to the transgender population affect transgender patients' satisfaction with their care over a period of one year? Background: 84.9% of surveyed medical students did not receive specific LGBTQ+ healthcare education. 1 in 3 of surveyed patients in Utah had at least one negative healthcare experience related to being transgender. Education deficits can decrease the quality of care for the transgender population, leading to health barriers including medical mistrust and decreased adherence to preventative health measures.
Subject Evidence-Based Nursing; Evidence-Based Practice; Education, Nursing; Transgender Persons; Health Services for Transgender Persons; Attitude of Health Personnel; Patient Satisfaction; Quality of Health Care; Culturally Competent Care; Professionalism; Health Services Accessibility; Research Design
Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Date 2020
Date Digital 2020
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6qc5f94
Relation is Part of Nursing 4605 Evidence Based Practice Posters
Format application/pdf
Rights © 2020 College of Nursing, University of Utah
Type Text
Setname ehsl_nursebp
Date Created 2020-05-05
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1547161
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