Edition 43 – Project Uplift: A Behavioral Health Intervention for Transgender and Non-binary Young Adults
Project Uplift: A Behavioral Health Intervention for Transgender and Non-Binary Young Adults By Dr. Sara LeGrand, PhD, Dr. Susan Reif, PhD, Beth Stringfield, Haley Cooper, MPH, Jess McDonald, M.Ed., Sarah M. Wilson, PhD Citation LeGrand S, Reif S, Stringfield B, Cooper H, McDonald J, Wilson S. Project uplift: a behavioral health intervention for transgender and […]
Edition 43 – The Vital Role of Trans-led CBOs in Public Health Research and Efforts: An Example from TransSOCIAL, Inc.
The Vital Role of Trans-led CBOs in Public Health Research and Efforts: An Example from TransSOCIAL, Inc. By Ashley Mayfaire, Morgan Mayfaire, Tiffany R. Glynn, M.S Citation Mayfaire A, Mayfaire M, Glynn T. The vital role of trans-led CBOs in public health research and efforts: an example from TransSocial, Inc. HPHR. 2021;43.10.54111/0001/QQ3 The Vital Role […]
The Nonbinary Physician Activist: “Do No Harm” Implies Equity as the Outcome By Mackenzie, P, Lerario, MD, NYS CRPA/CPS-p Citation Lerario M. The nonbinary physician activist: “do no harm” implies equity as the outcome. HPHR. 2021;42. DOI:10.54111/0001/PP1 The Nonbinary Physician Activist: “Do No Harm” Implies Equity as the Outcome Abstract Gender nonconformity and outspoken nonbinary […]
Edition 43 – Mental Health and Substance Use Concerns Among Transgender Individuals Living on the Margins in Cape Town, South Africa: Preliminary Selected Findings from the Western Cape Stop Exploitation (RESET) Study
Mental Health and Substance use Concerns Among Transgender Individuals Living on the Margins in Cape Town, South Africa: Preliminary Selected Findings From the Western Cape Stop Exploitation (RESET) Study By Annah K. Bender, PhD; Erica L. Koegler, PhD; Edna G. Rich, PhD Citation Bender A, Koegler E, Rich E. Mental health and substance use concerns […]
Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care By Ellis P. Barrera, Dallas Ducar Citation Barrrera E. Ducar D. Out of the shadows: centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care. HPHR. 2021;35. 10.54111/0001/QQ5 Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care Introduction “Gender is not sex; it’s not attraction, […]
HPHR Fellow, Dr. Heather Tillewein, does an in-depth interview with conversion therapy survivor, Clare Killman. This interview looks into Clare’s family background and the extent her family took to prevent Clare from living as a Transgender Female. Clare Killman discusses what it was like during conversion therapy and the lasting impact this form of therapy has had on her life.
Dr. Tillewein discusses the barriers that transgender individuals face when trying to access health care. Transgender individuals face several barriers with insurance, medical providers, and and accessing gender based services. Also, this blog will discuss the lack of education on transgender health that providers have.
This blog will focus on the realities of conversion therapy on the LGBTQ community, and suggest policy changes to eliminate its use.
This blog addresses the realities of the mail-order bride business; its impacts on migrant brides; and how the U.S. enforces regulations that affects brides’ overall life in their new country.