Being a transgender nurse in the NHS: How workplaces can support gender diversity
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Being a transgender nurse in the NHS: How workplaces can support gender diversity

Jo Stephenson Health journalist

LGBT+ policies and networks that aim to tackle transphobia and promote inclusivity

Angel Toledo moved from the Philippines to work in the NHS in January 2020. Living as a transgender (trans) person in her home country, where she was forced to wear a man’s uniform and cut her hair short, was not easy. ‘I felt I had to sacrifice who I was to do a job I loved,’ she says.

Nursing Standard. 36, 2, 22-25. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.2.22.s12

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