A new online research study, Transgender Reproductive Health (TRH): Contraceptive and Pregnancy Health Care Experiences is looking for participants. T
The goal of the study is to learn about the experiences of transgender and non-binary individuals when accessing healthcare for contraception, preconception and pregnancy care.
This study is for people who live in Canada, are aged 18 years and older and were born with a uterus.This online research survey is available in English or French and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. The survey will be open until August 31.
This study is funded by a small grant from Alberta Health Services (AHS) Research Challenge program. The AHS research challenge is a professional development opportunity for AHS front-line clinical staff to increase knowledge and skills to access, conduct and apply best-practice research. For the challenge, teams submit research project ideas based on clinical need and professional interest.
The research team would be very happy to answer any questions you might have and can be contacted via email at TRHresearch@ahs.ca.
The research team would like to thank you in advance for participating as your input is exceptionally valuable for creating inclusive and affirming reproductive healthcare.
The TRH research team: Tammy Troute-Wood (RN, MN); Dr. Julia Carter (MD, FCFP); Heather Cobb (BSc., PGCE); Natalie Anderson (RN MSc); Megan McQuiston (RN, BN); Alec Moorji (RN, BScN), Dr. Wendi Lokac-Diluzio (research mentor), Dr. Peter Kellett (research mentor), James Demers (community advisory, Executive Director, Calgary Queer Arts Society).
For more information about the research team, see www.trhstudy.com and click background.