Hospice UK Trans and Non-Binary Communities and End of Life Care Survey

Jul 27, 2022 | News, Newsletter

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Hospice UK Trans and Non-Binary Communities and End of Life Care Survey

As part of our work on reducing inequity in access to high-quality end of life care, Hospice UK have been conducting a research project on better understanding and delivering on the experiences and wishes of trans and non-binary communities.

As part of this project, together with GIRES and Stonewall, we have produced surveys to find out more about palliative and end of life care for trans communities.

These surveys are now live and will remain open until 15 August. This research consists of a survey aimed at trans, gender diverse and intersex people, and the people close to them, with experience of, or perspectives on, palliative and end of life care, death, dying and bereavement.

The second survey is aimed at professionals involved in end of life and post-death care. Information about the surveys can be found at the Being Ready Project FAQs page.

We are hoping that this research will tell us more about people’s lived experience with end of life care, what hopes and concerns trans people have regarding their care, and how we can support those delivering care. If you have personal or professional perspectives to share, it would be fantastic if you could fill out a survey and it would be of huge benefit to this work if you were to share the survey within your networks.

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