Gender pronouns are the nouns we use every day to refer to people. These are often
associated with a gender (e.g he/him and identifying as male) or they can be gender
neutral (e.g., they/them). Gender neutral pronouns are more inclusive, because they
do not assume any one gender and significantly, they can be used more comfortably
by people outside of the gender binary
Read the guide below to learn how you should approach gender pronouns in a clinical context.You must be logged in to view this content.