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Training & Learning

2SLGBTQ communities face specific health challenges and barriers to accessing care. RHO offers training for health care and social service providers to increase their clinical and cultural competency in caring for their 2SLGBTQ service users. With RHO’s new online learning platform, these trainings are now more easily accessible across the province than ever.

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Positive Space and Clinical Resources

4th edition: Sherbourne's Guidelines for gender-affirming primary care with trans and non-binary patients

4th edition: Sherbourne’s Guidelines for gender-affirming primary care with trans and non-binary patients

This edition of Sherbourne’s Guidelines for gender-affirming primary care with trans and non-binary patients, like its predecessor, was authored by Dr. Amy Bourns, a family physician on Sherbourne’s LGBT2…

LGBT Toolkit – For Creating Culturally Competent Care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Persons

This toolkit is designed to guide staff in long-term care homes in providing culturally competent care for LGBT people.

Open 2SLGBTQ health research

Running until April 30, 2025

PACT Adult Study

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Running until December 31, 2024

Exploring care experiences and expectations in transgender and gender diverse individuals living with inflammatory bowel disease in Canada

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Running until July 1, 2024

The MEND (Meaningfully Empowering the NeuroDiverse) Initiative: Helping Autistic Adults in the Greater Toronto Area Express their Mental Health Needs

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2SLGBTQ Health Research