Caring for trans and non-binary people: overcoming the fear of ‘getting it wrong’
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Caring for trans and non-binary people: overcoming the fear of ‘getting it wrong’

Daniel Allen Health journalist

New guide aims to help nurses ensure fair care and improve communication and outcomes for patients and service users

Concern over saying the wrong thing, combined with a lack of training, is preventing nurses from giving the best care to people who are transgender or non-binary, according to a new RCN resource.

Nursing Standard. 36, 4, 40-42. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.4.40.s19

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