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Full report by ScotPHN mapping Gender Identity Services provision, exploring service user experiences and making recommendations for improvement. Scottish Trans Alliance contributed important trans community survey data (2018).
Summary briefing from research carried out by Waverley Care and Scottish Trans Alliance exploring access of non-binary people, trans men and trans women to sexual health services in Scotland (2020).
Full report of research carried out by Waverley Care and Scottish Trans Alliance exploring access of non-binary people, trans men and trans women to sexual health services in Scotland (2020).
Research report on trans people’s use of alcohol or other drugs, and their concerns about approaching or experiences of using specialist services (2017).
Research report on non-binary people’s experiences of using gender identity clinics in the UK (2016).
Research report on non-binary people’s experiences in the UK of employment, using services, and views on legal gender recognition (2016).
Findings from nine focus groups held by Scottish Trans Alliance to audit implementation of NHS Scotland Gender Reassignment Protocol (2014).
Findings from 10 focus groups held by Scottish Trans Alliance to inform development of NHS Scotland Gender Reassignment Protocol (2011).
Report of the findings from discussion workshops on trans people’s health equality concerns (2012).
Research report on public sector duties relating to trans people. Conducted by Scottish Trans Alliance/Equality Network for the EHRC (2010).
Research report into trans mental health and wellbeing co-authored by Scottish Trans Alliance, TransBareAll, TREC, Traverse Research and Sheffield Hallam University (2012).
Research report on transgender people’s experiences of domestic abuse, co-authored by Scottish Transgender Alliance and LGBT Youth Scotland (2010).
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