Trans Aware Cancer Care (TACC) – Community Researcher Model

Stevie Corbin-Clarke
3rd July 2024

In 2023, a joint bid was submitted to National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to deliver a project using a Community Research model. This project focuses on trans+ people who experience inequity and inaccessibility in cancer services. The project is being led by Help & Care alongside partners Macmillan Cancer Support, Beyond Reflections, Bournemouth University, Southampton University Hospital, Wessex Cancer Trust and Wessex Cancer Alliance.

Stevie Corbin-Clarke and Katie Munday, from the Trans Aware Cancer Care project met with Gillian Russel from the Transvox podcast to talk about the how the project is a vital part of work to help many communities to have their needs more effectively met.

Useful links:

Project page with blog:

Direct link to Google Form submission box:

You can donate to support the work on the podcast or to help build the ‘hardship fund’ at @BeyondReflections – to help those who are financially challenged but still need support.

Meet the author(s)

Stevie Corbin-Clarke

Research Assistant
Stevie Corbin-Clarke is a research assistant in the Department of Social Work and Social Sciences at Bournemouth University. She graduated with a degree in Primary Education (BA Hons) from the University of Chichester in 2017 and joined BU shortly after. She works across multiple research centres, including the NCCDSW and The Centre for Seldom Heard Voices and Marginalized Communities. She has a passion for qualitative research methods and engaging with vulnerable groups and sensitive issues.
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