Stigma, Gender Affirmation, and Primary Healthcare Use Among Black Transgender Youth release_wvawgxigufe45jnirqdy6syxya

by Tamar Goldenberg, Laura Jadwin-Cakmak, Elliot Popoff, Sari L. Reisner, Bré A. Campbell, Gary W. Harper


Healthcare access is important for achieving health equity across vulnerable social groups. However, stigma can be a barrier for accessing healthcare among black transgender and gender diverse youth (TGDY) in the U.S. Using a resilience approach, this article examines the role of gender affirmation within healthcare to determine if it can mitigate the negative relationship between stigma and healthcare use.
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Published in Journal of Adolescent Health by Elsevier BV
ISSN-L 1054-139X
Volume 65
Issue 4
Page(s) 483-490
Release Date 2019-07-11
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Publisher Elsevier BV
Primary Language en (lookup)

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