The government is seeking views on how to reform the legal gender recognition process. This consultation simply asks how best government might make the existing process under the Gender Recognition Act a better service for those trans and non-binary people who wish to use it. We encourage all of our service users to respond – […]
The Gender Identity Clinic was closed for training on Monday 9 July 2018, but is now operating as usual.
The London-based Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) is inviting GPs, nurses and healthcare professionals to a free Gender Identity Information Session. The GIC is the largest and oldest gender clinic in the UK, dating back to 1966. It accepts referrals from all over the UK for adults (from the age of 17 years 9 months) with […]
The phone and computer issues at the GIC have now been resolved, and are working as normal. Thank you for your patience during the downtime, and please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that the issue has caused.
The call for participants has now closed for the Brunel University undergraduate psychology research project — “To what extent do culture and biological sex influence an individual’s gender identity and views on gender roles in society?” Undergraduate student Soroush Fereydoni, currently completing his dissertation in Psychology at the University of Brunel, is looking for people […]
Shema Tariq and Rusi Jaspal are a couple of researchers working with CliniQ’s patron Juno Roche. Together they are talking to trans women about their experiences living with HIV – the first study like this in the UK. If you’d like to know more then you can email Shema Tariq or email Rusi Jaspal.
We are inviting GPs, nurses and healthcare professionals to their first free Gender Identity Information Session in 2018. To be held Thursday 15 February at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in Swiss Cottage, the Gender Identity Clinic’s team of experts will deliver a high calibre evening of learning for GPs, nurses and healthcare […]
Are you eligible for the PrEP impact trail? PrEP is a new way for people to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV. Read more on the PrEP impact trial website.
The Young Vic Theatre in Waterloo invites Gender Identity Clinic service users who live in Lambeth or Southwark to join us for shows, workshops and events! You don’t need any previous experience of theatre to take part in any of our workshops or events. All you need to do is be curious, call us, email […]
Are you eligible for the PrEP impact trail? PrEP is a new way for people to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV. They are recruiting 10,000 participants who are at a high risk of HIV, across England. Read more on the PrEP impact trial website.