Talking, gawking, or getting it done: Provider trainings to increase cultural and clinical competence for transgender and gender-nonconforming patients and clients

@article{Hanssmann2008TalkingGO,
  title={Talking, gawking, or getting it done: Provider trainings to increase cultural and clinical competence for transgender and gender-nonconforming patients and clients},
  author={Christoph Hanssmann and Darius Morrison and Ellery Russian},
  journal={Sexuality Research \& Social Policy},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={5-23}
}
This article presents a set of preliminary policy recommendations regarding competency trainings for health care providers to improve service delivery to transgender and gender-nonconforming clients. These recommendations are based in part on a program evaluation of trainings conducted in the northwestern United States in 2005–2006. Using a mixed-methods approach, the evaluation assessed the effectiveness of 3 competency trainings administered by a nonprofit health education and outreach… 
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