Affirmative and Responsible Health Care for People with Nonconforming Gender Identities and Expressions.

Abstract

Although recent changes in health care delivery have improved routine and gender-affirming care for transgender people, common approaches to care are still often based on a binary (i.e., male/female) gender framework that can make patients with gender-nonconforming (GNC) identities and expressions feel marginalized. Binary representation perpetuates… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/journalofethics.2016.18.11.pfor1-1611

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@article{Eckstrand2016AffirmativeAR, title={Affirmative and Responsible Health Care for People with Nonconforming Gender Identities and Expressions.}, author={Kristen Laurel Eckstrand and Henry Ng and Jennifer Sharpe Potter}, journal={AMA journal of ethics}, year={2016}, volume={18 11}, pages={1107-1118} }