Exploring How the Health System Serves & Supports Those Who Identify as Transgender With Jake Starratt-Farr (EDI Series Part 3)

Published on August 31, 2022
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Exploring How the Health System Serves & Supports Those Who Identify as Transgender With Jake Starratt-Farr (EDI Series Part 3)
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In Part 3 of our series on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), we are joined by healthcare thought leader Jake Starratt-Farr – a social worker, counsellor, and member of CMA’s Patient Voice – to explore how our health system does, or does not, include and support those who don’t identify as cisgender and those who identify as transgender.  Tune in as we continue our series on EDI, one of the most important topics in Canada, around the world, and in healthcare.

About Jake Starratt-Farr

Jake is a social worker and counsellor and works as often as he can with interprofessional primary care teams in Ontario to support wrap-around care for transgender people. As a trans person, he is dedicated to supporting trans and gender-expansive individuals and is passionate about helping health care providers better understand the unique health needs of the 2SLGBTQI community. As a member of CMA’s Patient Voice, Jake advocates for timely and equitable access to transgender care.

 

 

Helpful Links

Jake Starratt-Farr | LinkedIn: Click Here

Jake Starratt-Farr | Twitter: Click Here

Jake Starratt-Farr | Website: www.authenticselfcs.com | psychologytoday.com

Canadian Medical Association Patient Voice: Click Here

 

Hosted by Dale Schierbeck

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