In less than a decade, there has been a sharp increase in the numbers of young people presenting with distress about their gender. For many of these young people, the distress manifested itself for the first time in adolescence. There is a paucity of quality, evidence-informed and de-politicized information and guidance on how to help gender-distressed youth in a way that prioritizes their long-term health.
SEGM is working on a range of projects, from evidence evaluation and curation, to engaging with medical societies, and supporting researchers who seek to raise the bar on the quality of evidence.
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