groupKerryn Butler-Henderson, Vera Dimitropoulos, James Katte, Brooke Macpherson, Vicki Bennett

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This two part series examines diverse gender, sex and sexuality (DGSS) in the context of health information management. Part 1 discusses the need for and creation of data definitions and reporting requirements for DGSS, and describes the new International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 11th Revision (ICD-11) sexual health chapter. These new data definitions and reporting requirements can be used in a variety of settings and allow for the classification and effective collection of gender identity and related sexual health material, most importantly without stigmatisation. Part 2 considers managing safeand inclusive workplaces and will be published in the next issue of HIM-Interchange.


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