|Collection||Jude Patton Oral History|
|Title||Jude Patton Oral History|
|Scope & Content||
Jude Patton, PA, has been advocating for transgender rights and education well before he became a PA. Once he became a PA in the early 1980s, he continued to serve underserved communities and to educate the public and medical practitioners on the transgender community's needs.
In the interview, Patton shares what drew him to practice medicine, more specifically psychology, how he has advocated for the transgender community throughout the years, his work on the Transgender Standards of Care, and what has been the most meaningful part of his career as a PA.
FTM = Female to Male transgender person
MTF = Male to Female transgender person
CIS Gender = A man or woman who identifies with their birth gender
32:55 The doctor is Richard Green, MD, not James Green.
39:10 Kelly Winters, PhD, is a MTF transgender person, not FTM.
|Recording and Transcript||
Audio recording of the interview
Transcript not available.
|Object Name||Oral History|
|Interview Restrictions||No Restrictions|
|Length of Interview||43:41|