Trans Health Research

at the Trans United Clinic

To improve trans healthcare on national and international level, we believe it is essential to contribute to inclusive and evidence-based research. Scientific publications often lack active inclusion and participation of the gender diverse community, while community-based reports are often written off as being biased or insufficiently evidence-based. At the Trans United Clinic, we are a strong believers that trans health research can be both community-driven ánd have a strong scientific basis.

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The core elements of our research are based on:

  • Community driven and community supported
  • Consent based (no data will be used without consent)
  • Never mandatory to participate to receive care
  • Approved by the medical-ethical commission
  • Based on epidemiological standards and validated research methods