Register to View Our Recorded Presentation & Conversation: Global Insights on Transgender Health
As a leading publisher of world-wide scholarly research in public health, Taylor & Francis is committed to bringing this knowledge to life. This virtual presentation showcases the work of our published authors that is driving positive change in community awareness, healthcare accessibility, and policy creation to achieve healthcare equity for LGBTQ+ populations.
“Global Perspectives on Transgender Health” is a sharing of insights and conversations from international, community-based research conducted by and with transmasculine, transfeminine, and nonbinary people in Asia, India, Latin America and the U.S.
This recorded session highlights the work of three published authors in support of establishing an affirming public health framework for Transgender populations around the world.
You will learn:
Unique and Shared Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) for Transgender People
Global healthcare inequities in Transgender Communities
Emerging research needs and priorities regarding gender and sexual minorities
Impacts from research on policy, communities, and advocacy
How developing research can inform policy changes
Topics to be covered:
Expanding Health Priorities for Transgender, Nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ People Living with HIV in the Philippines
Evidence based research into the myriad of health priorities of transgender and nonbinary communities including those living with HIV.
Speaker: Arjee Javellana Restar, PhD, MPH
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.
Speaker: Ayden Scheim, PhD
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.
Speaker: Carlos E. Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD
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