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Barriers to accessing health care for trans and non-binary people in SUS [podcast]

Barriers to accessing health care for trans and non-binary people in SUS [podcast]

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Ensuring access to basic rights for transgender and non-binary people is a collective social duty. Providing quality and equitable health care constitutes a socially vulnerable group, and is a form of social validation that reinforces these people’s right to exist and exist.

Discuss these policies and Equipping health professionals Applying it in their work is a timid, but necessary step in building a more just and equitable society for transgender and non-binary people. In this episode, Marcelo Gobo, community physician and editor of the PEBMED portal, comments on some of these barriers to presenting public policy and its limitations from the perspective of health professionals.

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Although there is a decree that redefines, expands and regulates the process of gender reassignment within the scope of the Unified Health System, SUS, its existence in itself does not put into practice the basic guarantee of access to the processes it regulates.

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To ensure these rights many barriers. Some involve structural aspects of health system organization, other barriers are found in the deliberations of the public policy itself, and others are in the practice of those professionals who will not or even those who will apply it biasedly. road.

In this episode you will hear about:

  • What is transgenderism or reassignment
  • What regulations constitute this process within the scope of SUS
  • What are the rights of transgender and non-binary people in SUS
  • What are the general policy limitations of this decree in ensuring the rights of trans and non-binary persons
  • How health professionals in all fields can help build fairer and safer spaces for trans and non-binary people.

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Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression: Knowing how to nurture the LGBTI+ community
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