Meaningful Ways to Be a Gender Inclusive Birth Care Provider

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This article outlines the four tenants of medical ethics–non-malfeasance, beneficence, justice, and autonomy–and what it might look like to practice them as a birth care provider working with non-binary, trans, and queer families. It also outlines ways that birth care providers can make their practices more gender inclusive.

Note: While the article mentions that it offers 5 ways to be a gender inclusive birth care provider, it actually offers 8 ways but is numbered incorrectly.

https://www.badoulatrainings.org/blog/5-meaningful-ways-to-be-a-gender-inclusive-provider