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Events

There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time. If you would like to be alerted of our future events, consider following Trans Health Research on Facebook or Instagram.

Including Trans People in Research Guideline Launch
8 December 2023

Trans Health Research have developed guidelines to equip Australian researchers and Research Ethics Committees with information on how to accurately and meaningfully capture demographic data which includes trans people. The launch webinar was held online on Friday 8th December 2023, via Zoom. The event involved the introduction and overview of written guidelines and a 3-minute guideline video. These resources and a recording of the launch event can be accessed here.

Using Trans Health Research data to guide policy and funding
7 July 2023

The Using Trans Health Research data to guide policy and funding event was held online on Friday 7th July 2023, via Zoom. Aimed at representatives from government, LGBTIQA+ community organisations and support groups across Australia, in this seminar A/Prof Ada Cheung and Dr Sav Zwickl presented key findings from our research and discussed how to use our data to guide policy and funding.

Emerging Trans Researchers Conference
18 November 2022

The Emerging Trans Researchers Conference was held online on Friday 18th November 2022, via Zoom. This was the first research conference of its kind in Australia, with all organisers and presenters part of the trans and gender-diverse community.


The conference aimed to:

  • Contribute to the capacity-building of trans researchers in trans research

  • Provide a supportive conference space for trans students and early- career researchers to share their research and develop their presentation skills

  • Foster meaningful connections between trans researchers from across Australia


The Conference was NOT recorded. Recording the Conference would have presented a barrier to the involvement of some presenters and attendees, particularly those who are not publicly out as trans or gender-diverse. By limiting viewing only to those who attended on the day, we were able to provide a little more privacy and safety. Some presenters have shared their presentation materials. These can be downloaded here, and you can see the conference program here.

Trans in the Pandemic Research Report Launch
2 May 2022

The Trans in the Pandemic Research Report Launch was held online on Monday 2nd May 2022, via Zoom. In this seminar, researchers presented key findings from the 'Trans in the Pandemic: Stories of struggle and resilience in the Australian trans community' research report. We also discussed how the research findings have been used to advocate for improved services and support for the trans community and provide an opportunity for audience questions. This event was not recorded, but you can download the report here.

Let's talk Testosterone and Pelvic Pain
8 December 2020

The Let's talk Testosterone and Pelvic Pain: An Evening of Community Discussion event was held online on Tuesday 8th December 2020, via Zoom. During this event, researchers discussed Australia's first survey exploring Testosterone use and Pelvic Pain. Community members had the opportunity to ask questions, raise concerns, and discuss community priorities. This event was hosted by trans advocate Emery Wishart and involved Gynaecologist Professor Sonia Grover, Endocrinologist A/Professor Ada Cheung, and trans researchers Dr Sav Zwickl and Kalen Eshin. To preserve the privacy of trans community members in attendance, this event was not recorded.

Let's talk about Estradiol
17 November 2020

The Let's talk about Estradiol: An Evening of Community Discussion Event was held online on Tuesday 17th November 2020, via Zoom. During this event, researchers discussed Australia's first survey exploring Estradiol doses, risk indicators and wellbeing outcomes. Community members had the opportunity to ask questions, raise concerns and discuss community priorities. This event was hosted by trans stage and screen actor Hannah Maher and involved Endocrinologist A/Proffesor Ada Cheung, trans educator and public speaker Clare Headland and trans researcher Ariel Ginger. To preserve the privacy of trans community members in attendance, this event was not recorded.

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