Engaging with Gender in Research (SCPOR)

Sep 10, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Engaging with Gender in Research (SCPOR)

Thursday, September 10, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Join SCPOR for a free webinar featuring panel discussion with members of the TRANS Health Team, including those with lived experiences, those working at or involved with CBOs and family physicians, followed by a question & discussion period where participants are invited to reflect on ways to engage with people who are trans and gender diverse in their research using the TRANS team as an example. The TRANS team has obtained a Sprout grant to establish and evaluate a client navigator program for Saskatchewan people who are trans and gender diverse.

The event will be begin with a panel discussion featuring members of the TRANS Health team followed an opportunity for discussion.
 
About this Event

The event will be begin with a 45 minute panel discussion featuring members of the TRANS Health team including. Panel members will include 3 people with lived experience who work for/are involved with CBOs and 2 family physicians. This will be followed an opportunity for participant questions and discussion. Participants will reflect on ways to engage with people who are trans and gender diverse in their research using the TRANS team as an example. The TRANS team has obtained a Sprout grant to establish and evaluate a client navigator program for Saskatchewan people who are trans and gender diverse.

For more information about patient-oriented research, please visit www.scpor.ca

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