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I am MGH: Transgender Care

November 18, 2019

At Massachusetts General Hospital, we are not only caregivers, support staff and researchers – we are leaders, advocates and allies. In this installment of the “I am MGH” video series, members of the MGH community share their roles in creating a more welcoming and affirming environment for transgender and gender non-binary patients. At MGH, we believe that because of diversity we excel; through inclusion we will respect; focused on equity we will serve, heal, educate and innovate.

Through a multi-disciplinary effort, MGH has established programs to provide equal access to care and services, including the MGH Psychiatry Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Program and clinical programs in the Departments of Surgery, Urology, and Obstetrics & Gynecology. This October, the MGH Transgender Health Program will expand to include care for children and adolescents in a partnership with MassGeneral Hospital for Children.

Watch the video here.

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Bisexuality and health: The cost of invisibility

November 6, 2019

Sabra L. Katz-Wise, PhD
On September 23, 2019, the 20th anniversary of Bi Visibility Day, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) held its first-ever bisexual health research workshop. As an invited panelist at this event, sponsored by the NIH’s Sexual and Gender Minority Research Office, I joined 19 other researchers to discuss key findings, gaps in knowledge, and future directions.

You may be asking yourself: Is there really a need for this workshop? How is bisexual health different from the health of other groups? How many people even identify as bisexual?

Read the full article here.