Trans health education in medical school: The current state of things

By Carmen Boudreau A recent study published in LGBT Health explored the benefit of trans health-specific education sessions for health professions students [1]. In the study, 46 students were asked to complete ten lunchtime sessions where they were educated on transgender health and issues in care. Before and after the study, they were asked to complete […]

Why we study PVD (provoked vestibulodynia)

By Maria Glowacka We have exceptional health services in Nova Scotia for women. Still, some health problems that affect women’s physical and sexual health can be neglected due to misinformation and a lack of research to inform better treatment options. One such condition is provoked vestibulodynia (PVD). This pain condition is characterized by chronic pain […]