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Social Work in Health Care
trans*, transgender, Health Care, cisnormativity, cisgenderism, rapid systematic review
Transgender people experience interpersonal and structural barriers which prevent them from accessing culturally and medically competent health care. This rapid systematic review examined the prevalence of health care discrimination among transgender people in the U.S. and drew comparisons with sexual minority samples and the general U.S. population. Eight primary studies with 35 prevalence estimates were analyzed. The transgender population experience profound rates of discrimination within the U.S. health care system. Compared to sexual minorities, transgender participants appear to be more compromised in their access to health care. Service providers must change structural inequities which contribute to transgender people’s invisibility
Kcomt, Luisa. (2018). Profound Health Care Discrimination Experienced by Transgender People: Rapid Systematic Review. Social Work in Health Care.
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