The photograph was taken at this year’s (2018) Capital Transpride (@DCTransPride365), one of the largest events of its kind in the United States (see: Why I attended (and helped produce) Capital Transpride 2018
I was delighted to see the correct use of terminology in the publication, which continues to be a struggle for many other media outlets (NPR and USAToday to be specific: see Thanks for publishing my photo AND listening, @DailyDot, in “What Does Transgender Mean, and How Do People Transition?”)
Also noting the passion for taking care of human beings, which is what I have universally found when speaking with practitioners who take care of transgender people. And why wouldn’t I find the passion, it’s what we came to health care to do.
Nurses are excited to have a new skill set,” Whittington said. “They learn a lot.
As the home health industry has grown and become more competitive, it’s become increasingly important for providers to seek any means of differentiation. For the Visiting Nurse Service of New York …