Saturday, July 7, 2007

Trans Treatment Satisfaction Survey

the surveyOne of the greatest obstacles to developing and improving medical services around transition in the UK is a lack of solid research data about patient experiences and outcomes. Anecdotal accounts often suggest that problems exist but, until now, no rigorous research has been undertaken to capture and classify people’s actual experiences (good and bad) across the board.

The Department of Health, under guidance from the trans workstream of its Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Advisory Group (SOGIAG) wants to remedy that information gap and has created a confidential online survey for trans people to report on their experience.

Further information and details on how to take part are available here.

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