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Trans-Inclusive Abortion Services

13 January 2020
Maxe Tremblay-Bluteau
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Tool's Title
Trans-Inclusive Abortion Services: A manual for providers on operationalizing trans-inclusive policies and practices in an abortion setting []

Languages
✎ English
✎ French

Target Audiences
• Health, social services and education professionals

Type
• Practical guide

Duration
N/A

Conception by
A.J. Lowik and the Fédération du Québec pour le planning des naissances (FQPN)

Release Date and Last Update
2018 (no update as of the review date)

Description
This manual has been created for professionals working in the fields of sexual and reproductive health in Quebec, especially those working in abortion service provision. Perhaps you are new to the discussion of trans-inclusivity—this manual will introduce you to who trans people are, and the kinds of reproductive health needs that some trans people have. Perhaps you are working on operationalizing trans-inclusivity in your workplace—this manual will provide you with some practical suggestions on how to make your space more welcoming and prepare you and staff members to provide competent care to your trans clients. Wherever you are in your learning, and whether you work in abortion services in an administrative or clinical capacity, you will find something in these pages for you.

*** Note that this description was written by the FQPN. ***

Official Reference
Lowik, A.J. and the Fédération du Québec pour le planning des naissances. (2018). Trans-Inclusive Abortion services: A manual for providers on operationalizing trans-inclusive policies and practices in an abortion setting. Retrieved from http://www.fqpn.qc.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/FQPN18-Manual-EN-PQ-web.pdf 

To Access the Tool
http://www.fqpn.qc.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/FQPN18-Manual-EN-PQ-web.pdf 

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Clarifications by the Review Team
clinic, hospital, gynecology, misgendering, transphobia, non-binary, queer, LGBTQ+

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