Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Yale University School of Nursing
Primary care clinicians working with trans patients may not realize the impact of systemic inequality on the mental health of their patients. Although clinical guidelines for care exist, most do not explicitly address this context of inequality. Placing guidelines in a framework of cultural safety will increase the likelihood that patient narrative, needs and culture are respected and taken into consideration when providing care and developing treatment plans for trans patients, thereby decreasing the impact of systemic inequality and improving the quality of the healthcare provided. Considering the positive impact that primary care clinicians can have on the health of their patients, placing cultural safety at the center of guideline-concordant care is critical.
Mukerjee, Ronica, "Mental Health In The Primary Care Of Trans Patients" (2017). Yale School of Nursing Digital Theses. 1072.
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