Looking for resources on transgender and gender diverse healthcare? Here we offer a variety of clinical resources from Johns Hopkins and beyond to help you provide high-quality care to patients.
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Please contact Helene Hedian, Director of Clinical Education, for more information.
Making Patients Feel Welcome
Created by the National LGBT Cancer Network, this video contrasts LGBT-affirming and unwelcoming practices in a medical practice.
- 2022 JHCTH Mental Health Evaluation for Surgical Readiness Criteria and Letter Writing Guide
Information about mental health surgical readiness letters for gender affirming surgery.
- Quick Guide to Hormone Therapy for the PCP
Pocket reference for fast, at-the-bedside support.
- E-consults by TransLine
Clinicians can submit questions about transgender care which are answered by experts.
- Injection Teaching Guide
Patient education materials for hormone injections.
- CDC Inclusive Sexual History Taking
Tips for respectful interactions and counseling about sexual health.
Education for Hopkins Faculty and Staff
- Epic| JHM | Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Documentation in Epic | E-Learning
- Transgender 101
CME from Stanford
- Stanford Health Across the Gender Spectrum
- Oriented towards caring for transgender children and their families
CME for Mental Health Professionals
- An Introduction to Affirmative Practices for Transgender and Nonbinary Clients with Serious Mental Illness
This webinar provides an overview of Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and implications for working affirmatively with transgender and nonbinary clients who have SMI.
CME from National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center
Caring for Children and Adolescents
- Community Resources for 2S People from Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIH): 501 c(3)
- "There’s Heart Here" shares the story of three indigenous members of the LGBT2S community and what makes healthcare experiences better for them.