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Support & services for the trans community

The GenderGP Podcast The GenderGP Podcast

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Support & services for the trans community

    Transitions: Jamie

    Transitions: Jamie

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything.



    Jamie's store is Unisex Unity. We have loads of links for healthcare professionals in our Medical Hub, and if you'd like to find out more about the GenderGP Fund you can visit our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



     

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    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Jamie

     

    Transitions: Ezra

    Transitions: Ezra

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything.



    If you’d like to know more about our services you can contact us, or read more on our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



     

    Ask A Question

     



    We are always happy to accept ideas for future shows, so if there is something in particular you would like us to discuss, or a specific guest you would love to hear from, let us know. Your feedback is really important to us. If you could take a minute or two to leave us a review and rating for the podcast on your favourite podcast app, it will help others to discover us.



     

    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Ezra

     

    • 20 min
    Transitions: Oliver

    Transitions: Oliver

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything.



    We have loads of links for healthcare professionals in our Medical Hub. If you’d like to know more about our services you can contact us, or read more on our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



     

    Ask A Question

     



    We are always happy to accept ideas for future shows, so if there is something in particular you would like us to discuss, or a specific guest you would love to hear from, let us know. Your feedback is really important to us. If you could take a minute or two to leave us a review and rating for the podcast on your favourite podcast app, it will help others to discover us.



     

    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Oliver

     

    • 16 min
    Transitions: Cleo

    Transitions: Cleo

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything. In this episode, Marianne rejoins the show to interview Cleo.



    If you’d like to know more about our services you can contact us, or read more on our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



    We are always happy to accept ideas for future shows, so if there is something in particular you would like us to discuss, or a specific guest you would love to hear from, let us know. Your feedback is really important to us. If you could take a minute or two to leave us a review and rating for the podcast on your favourite podcast app, it will help others to discover us.



     



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    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Cleo

     

    • 20 min
    Transitions: Rhy

    Transitions: Rhy

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything.



    If you’d like to know more about our services you can contact us, or read more on our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



     

    Ask A Question

     



    We are always happy to accept ideas for future shows, so if there is something in particular you would like us to discuss, or a specific guest you would love to hear from, let us know. Your feedback is really important to us. If you could take a minute or two to leave us a review and rating for the podcast on your favourite podcast app, it will help others to discover us.



     

    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Rhy

     

    Hi there. My name is Cleo Madeleine from GenderGP, and I'm stepping in for Dr. Helen Webberley for a special new mini-series of the GenderGP Podcast. Over the next few weeks, we'll hear firsthand accounts from members of the community about the journeys they've been on the transitions they've been through and the moments that changed everything.

     





    Cleo Madeleine:



    Hi everybody, and welcome back to the show. My name is Cleo Madeleine, and my pronouns are she/her, and today in the studio with us, we've got Rhy Brignell. Rhy, could you tell us a bit about who you are and why you're here today?







    Rhy Brignell:



    Hello, my name is Rhy, my pronouns are they/them, I am the Quality Assurance Officer at GenderGP, which basically means I look at things that are going right, and identify why and how we can do that more, and things that aren't going so well and why that's happening and how we can change it and improve it. So, yeah, I'm looking at auditing and monitoring feedback and things like that.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    So in a sense, you've got like the keys to the kingdom really.







    Rhy Brignell:



    I see everything.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    Most of us are just responsible for doing our own jobs right. Whereas, you're responsible for all of us doing our jobs right. No, it's really cool. So I, you and I have a relationship that extends beyond GenderGP, and you're the only person I'm speaking to for this series where that's the case. And so I've had the privilege of seeing your kind of meteoric rise to a QA. No, it's been really, it's been really cool to see. I suppose there's two questions following this. How did you get to the point? Cause you basically built the QA department within GenderGP from scratch, right?







    Rhy Brignell:



    Yeah. Yeah. It wasn't entirely on my own back, definitely had a lot of very knowledgeable people helping me along the way, but yeah, the QA department is a relatively recent endeavor for GGP. And so I've been working on putting together a framework for how it's going to operate and what it looks like. And yeah, it's definitely a work in progress.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    There are two questions from this, I suppose. What was it that, when you were at GenderGP steered you towards thinking about quality assurance, and what was it when you weren't at GenderGP that steered you towards this line of work?







    Rhy Brignell:



    The questions? For the first question,

    • 17 min
    Transitions: Clark

    Transitions: Clark

    During Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing we’re bringing you Transitions, a new mini-series from the GenderGP podcast. GenderGP team member, Cleo Madeleine, will be joined by members of the community to talk about the journeys they have been on, the transitions they have been through and the moments that changed everything.



    If you’d like to know more about our services you can contact us, or read more on our website. If you’ve got a story of your own you’d like to share, why not reach out on social media where you can find us at @GenderGP on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.



     

    Ask A Question

     



    We are always happy to accept ideas for future shows, so if there is something in particular you would like us to discuss, or a specific guest you would love to hear from, let us know. Your feedback is really important to us. If you could take a minute or two to leave us a review and rating for the podcast on your favourite podcast app, it will help others to discover us.



     

    The GenderGP Podcast

    Transitions: Clark

     

    Hi there. My name is Cleo Madeleine from GenderGP, and I'm stepping in for Dr. Helen Webberley for a special new mini-series of the GenderGP Podcast. Over the next few weeks, we'll hear firsthand accounts from members of the community about the journeys they've been on the transitions they've been through and the moments that changed everything.

     





    Cleo Madeleine:



    Hi there, everyone. This is Cleo Madeleine, my pronouns are she/her, and today in the studio with me, I have Clark. Clark, could you just tell us a little bit about yourself and what it is that you do here at GenderGP?







    Clark Meeder:



    I'm a patient pathway advisor, so I mostly answer patient questions and queries, make sure everybody has the information that they need. If there's any questions or concerns, then I help handle those. For something about myself, I'm from the United States, I'm from Florida originally, came over to go to art school, got a BA in illustration. So I'm creative, originally.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    That's amazing. So what sort of illustration did you use to do, or do you still do?







    Clark Meeder:



    I still do it, mostly mixed media. So I like doing collages, large-scale stuff. I also did a few short stories illustrated, a couple of which were published, but I'm not sure where that ended up is, as it usually goes.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    That's really cool though, because like, there are so many interesting people out there you know, in the company, in the community who can do amazing things like this, but you never find that out if all you ever talk about is, like, the trans issues. And then those are really, really important to talk about, but they're not everything, you know? So what brought you to this line of work, then?







    Clark Meeder:



    I also have a history in administration. A lot of what I did was, at my previous role, I worked with education and local government. So I'm very used to working with vulnerable populations and as a trans person, myself, this is kind of my vulnerable population. So I wanted to put my skills towards kind of helping out, especially because there aren't that many organizations or, or people that are sort of together cohesively and sort of working towards addressing kind of immediate needs, you know, healthcare access, support, that kind of thing.







    Cleo Madeleine:



    That's so true. I come from like an administrative background in education, but also I was in academia for a while. And what are the things that really struck me while I w...

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