“Global Insights on Transgender Health” is a video conversation sharing international, community-based research conducted by and with transmasculine, transfeminine, and nonbinary people in Asia, India, Puerto Rico, and the United States.
This recorded session highlights the work of six published authors and experts in support of establishing an affirming public health framework for Transgender populations around the world.
Topics to be covered:
Creating Health Equity for Gender and Sexual Minorities in Puerto Rico, North and South America
Research that supports creating health equity through actions on the social determinants of health, with special attention to Latino communities, sexual and gender minority populations, and people affected by HIV.
Speakers: Dr. Carlos E. Rodriguez-Diaz and Arianna Lint
Our Health Matters: Trans Men and Transmasculine Health Study in India
Findings from the project’s qualitative research phase and methods for combining research data and community knowledge to develop policy and socially relevant survey measures.
Speakers: Dr. Ayden Scheim and Shaman Gupta
Overview of Current Epidemiological Findings in Trans Health, Frameworks, and Policy Evaluations
Evidence based research into the myriad of health priorities of transgender and nonbinary communities including those living with HIV.
Speakers: Dr. Arjee Javellana Restar and Irene N. Quilantang, MA