I was the Principal Investigator of an interdisciplinary project, TransACCESS, aimed at better understanding experiences of access to care for transgender folks in South CentralAppalachia. The project included two studies (one qualitative, one quantitative) and a training for primary care providers. Our team included ETSU faculty from Psychology, Social Work, and Family Medicine, as well as trans community members.
Related Presentations (additional publications forthcoming)
Altschuler, B. & Mann, A. K. (2023). The development of accessible and sustainable transgender health education for rural-serving medical providers in Appalachia. Rural and Remote Health, 23(TBD), https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH7827
Mann, A., Fredrick E. G., & Wilkins B. (2023). Growing up in a rural area social support, and internalized transphobia: Understanding Appalachian transgender mental and physical health. Stigma & Health, TBD https://doi.org/10.1037/sah0000425
Mann, A. (2022, June). Transgender healthcare interactions: Results from timeline interviews. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Callerhorn, K & Mann, A. (2021, September) Preliminary findings from qualitative interviews about transgender healthcare experiences in South Central Appalachia” Summer Medical Student Research Forum. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.
Mann, A. (2021, May). Trans 101: Welcome to the TransACCESS Conference. TransACCESS Primary Care Training Event. East Tennessee State University. Virtual due to covid-19.