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Getting through medical examinations: a resource for women survivors of abuse and their health care providers  
http://cwhn.ca/en/yourhealth/faqs/GettingThroughMedicalExaminations

Raises awareness and provides information to health care providers and survivors of abuse who use the health care system, using suggestions drawn from women survivors' and practitioners' recommendations and the experiences of other colleagues and professionals working in the area. Based on two research projects for the Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence. The first project looked at the experiences with women survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their recommendations for better meeting their health care needs. The second study explored the experience and knowledge of health care practitioners.

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Published: 2001
You and your doctor  
http://www.prhc.on.ca/WomensHealth/Site%20Map/You%20and%20Your%20Doctor.aspx

Provides information on patients' rights, as well as how to prepare for a doctor's appointment.

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Published: 2003
Lesbian health: a guide for teens  
http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/lesbianhealth.html

Presents a guide for teens on lesbian health. Explains what a lesbian is, how you can tell if you are a lesbian, what it means to bisexual, where you can go to get more information, what you should tell your parents, where they can get information and other resources.

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Published: 1999-2004
Creating a safe clinical environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) patients  
http://www.glma.org/medical/clinical/lgbti_clinical_guidelines.pdf

Provides health care providers with ways to make their practice or clinic more welcoming and safe for their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex patients. Includes ideas to update the physical environment in their clinic, add or change intake and health history form questions, improve provider-patient interviews, and increase staff's knowledge about and sensitivity to their LGBTI patients.

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Published: 2003
Getting trans-competent care: how to work with your nurse or doctor  
http://www.vch.ca/transhealth/resources/library/tcpdocs/consumer/medical-general.pdf
Examines what's involved in transgendered primary health care, and gives suggestions of ways to find trans-competent care. (See Details)
Published: 2006
What about accountability to the patient?  
http://www.yorku.ca/sexabuse/
Provides advice and recommendations to the Minister on the public's experience with colleges' complaints and discipline process in cases of a sexual nature. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Not all your patients are straight  
http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/reprint/159/4/370.pdf
Discusses the impact of physician-patient interaction on the quality of health care for lesbians. Uses physician-patient dialogues to illustrate how inappropriate health care can result if physicians make incorrect assumptions about lesbians or do not solicit relevant information. Includes references and a resource list for lesbians and their doctors. (See Details)
Published: 1998
It helps to talk [kit]  
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/ahi/communication/pdf/patient.pdf
These materials have been developed to promote awareness of the importance of good communication between the health practitioner and the patient, and provide simple communication and time-management techniques that the patient and doctor can use during consultations. (See Details)
How to choose a doctor  
http://www.cwhn.ca/node/40789
Defines the relationship between client and doctor as a partnership. Provides practical tips on how to choose a doctor. Lists resources for more information on how to choose a doctor, and where to find a doctor in one’s region. (See Details)
Published: 2001-2005
Direct-to-consumer advertising: physicians’ views on its effects on quality of care and the doctor-patient relationship  
http://www.jabfp.org/cgi/content/full/16/6/513
Surveys U.S. physicians' views of the effect of direct-to-consumer advertising for prescription drugs on health service utilization, quality of care, and the doctor-patient relationship. (See Details)
Published: 2003