NAME Transgender Health 105:The Role of Endocrinology in The Transgender Community From A Public Health Perspective
COURSE STARTS Open Enrollment
COURSE ENDS 7 weeks to complete from date of registration
LEVEL OF TRAINING Tier 2 – Program Management/Supervisory Level; Tier 1 – Front Line Staff/Entry Level
CONTACT HOURS 1
COURSE DESCRIPTION

Transgender Health 105: The Role of Endocrinology in The Transgender Community is the fifth in a seven-course learning series and provides insight to transgender patients’ perspective, as well as reviews the medical processes, patient’s physical changes, and insurance navigation for hormone replacement therapy. It is designed for healthcare, behavioral health, and public health practitioners administrators, and leaders who wish to enhance their capacity to serve the transgender community in their practice. At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Contrast the benefits of hormone therapy for transgender patients with and without gender dysphoria
  • Differentiate between feminizing hormone therapy and masculinizing hormone therapy
  • Distinguish specific preventive medicine services needed when undergoing hormone therapy
  • Recognize the steps necessary to initiate hormone therapy
  • Summarize insurance and out of pocket methods of payment for hormone replacement therapy