Sexual Minorities and Gender Non-Conforming Persons (Part 1): The Basics for Clinicians
Description: Forensic nurses should feel confident in their ability to effectively communicate with transgender and nonbinary patients who have experienced sexual violence, including understanding what health risks the patient may have experienced and appropriate treatment options. This two-part presentation will address these topics.
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