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Transgender Healthcare Curriculum

Transgender, non-binary, and other gender-diverse individuals often face discrimination in healthcare settings. Research shows that many are unable to find competent, knowledgeable and culturally-appropriate health care.

The U-M Medical School Department of OBGYN is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for our transgender, non-binary, and other gender-diverse patients and their families.

Transgender Healthcare Curriculum

We've created a Transgender Healthcare Curriculum to prepare obstetrician-gynecologists and other providers to better care for transgender, non-binary and other gender-diverse people.

The curriculum was developed and produced by Daphna Stroumsa, MD, MPH, MSC, in collaboration with physicians and activists across the country and with the support of Michigan Medicine and the Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG).

Thanks are owed to the following co-authors and collaborators: Zena El-Saghir; Anand J. Kalra; Gene de Haan, MD; Hadrian Kinnear; Sebastian Z. Ramos, MD; Halley P. Crissman, MD, MPH; Roopina Sangha, MD, MPH; and John F. Randolph Jr., MD.

Daphna Stroumsa Daphna Stroumsa, MD, MPH, MSc
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology