In this episode of the GenderGP podcast Helen and Marianne are joined by stef shuster (they/them), an assistant professor of sociology at Michigan State University. They discuss stef’s research on how healthcare providers respond to their trans patients – in both good ways and bad – and imagine what excellence in trans healthcare might look like.
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stef shuster is on Twitter @stefshuster. Their book, Trans Medicine, is available from NYU Press.
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