You may, or may not have attended the Trans Clinical Care Roundtable on Thursday 4 July! If you did - thanks! If not - welcome! We're glad you found this survey.

ACON's Gender Affirming Doctors list is now live, and you are invited to register your details to be known to the NSW trans and gender diverse community as a trans-friendly and affirming doctor.

You can check out the list at: www.acon.org.au/TGDdoctorlist 


In this survey you’ll find:

- a set of questions related to the kinds of gender affirming treatment options you provide, your capacity for new patients, bulk-billing and TGD awareness training completed (or interested in). All questions are optional.

- An invitation to join (and contribute to) a Trans Clinical Care Community of Practice

- An opportunity to contribute to a streamlined protocol for improving access to PBS covered testosterone scripts for trans men and non-binary people assigned female at birth.

Background

Shortly after a leading gender-affirming Endocrinologist suddenly ceased practising in Sydney, ACON, The Gender Centre and Dr Michelle Guttman-Jones (Alice Street Doctors, Newtown) collaborated to host a physician Trans Clinical Care Roundtable.

The Roundtable brought 60 people together, including GPs, Nurses, Sexual Health Physicians, Endocrinologists, community members and key policy makers to discuss and build consensus on the path forward for improved GP-based access to inclusive, self-determined and rights-based gender affirming care for trans and gender diverse people.

You can access the Roundtable minutes and actions here

A resource Dropbox full of trans and gender diverse health content can be access at: www.tinyurl.com/ACONTGDResources

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* 1. I am a:
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* 2. Overall, how would you rate the Trans Clinical Care Roundtable?

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* 3. How helpful was the content presented at the Trans Clinical Care Roundtable?

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* 4. Are you interested in joining a TGD Clinical Care Community of Practice?

A Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do, and learn how to do it better, together.

We hope to have this CoP supported by the CESPHN CPD Program and could also include a mentoring/mentee initiative of Illawarra Sexual Health Service, progressing a research and advocacy agenda and establishing a program for further education (speakers, workshops, panels etc).  Doctors can also join this newly established Facebook group.

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