Is the health service transgender-friendly?
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Is health service transgender friendly?

A survey by the Royal College of Nurses has found that more than half of nurses have cared for transgender patients, but only 13% of them felt prepared to do so.

Kirsty Cass is a nurse at a private hospital in Sussex, but in 2012 she was an NHS patient having gender reassignment surgery.

She says the health system is failing transgender patients.

  • 11 Oct 2016
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