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Trans PULSE infographic (2016)

 

Trans PULSE infographic (2016)

This infographic was created to summarize some of the demographic findings of transgender people in Ontario, Canada. Additionally, it highlights the unique health needs of this population and the impact of potential legal, social, and healthcare interventions. All data was obtained by TransPulse Ontario, a community-based research project that is investigates the social determinants of the health of trans Ontarians.

Audience: General
Tools: Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Excel

References:

  • Bauer G, Boyce M, Coleman T, Kaay M, S. K. (2010). Who are Trans People in Ontario? Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 1(1).
  •  Bauer G, Nussbaum N, Travers R, Munro L, Pyne J, R. N. (2011). We’ve Got Work to Do: Workplace Discrimination and Employment Challenges for Trans People in Ontario. Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 2(1).
  • Coleman T, Bauer G, Scanlon K, Travers R, Kaay M, F. M. (2011). Challenging the Binary: Gender Characteristics of Trans Ontarians. Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 2(2).
  • Longman Marcellin R, Scheim A, Bauer G, R. N. (2013). Experiences of Transphobia among Trans Ontarians. Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 3(2).
  • Scanlon K, Travers R, Coleman T, Bauer G, B. M. (2010). Ontario’s Trans Communities and Suicide: Transphobia is Bad for our Health. Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 1(2).
  •  Scheim A, Bauer G, P. J. (2014). Avoidance of Public Spaces by Trans Ontarians: The Impact of Transphobia on Daily Life. Trans PULSE E-Bulletin, 4(1).


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