Entry #13514: Gender-affirming care in Norway

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RegionNorway
IssueGender-affirming care
StatusLegal, but restricted for minors
Start DateMar 9, 2023
End Date(none)
DescriptionStarting in March 2023, Norway began tightly restricting gender affirming care for minors citing the "uncertainty" and "lack of comprehensible research" in the field of gender affirming care for minors, contrary to scientific consensus and most studies' findings.
Sourceshttps://www.assignedmedia.org/breaking-news/gender-affirming-care-europe
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2023/04/gender-affirming-care-debate-europe-dutch-protocol/673890/
https://ukom.no/rapporter/pasientsikkerhet-for-barn-og-unge-med-kjonnsinkongruens/sammendrag


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ValueLegalLegal, but restricted for minors
Start Date1996Mar 9, 2023
DescriptionIn 1996, Norway adopted the ICD-10 classification, which contains codes for diagnosing transsexualism in adulthood and childhood, which authorize the initiation of medical transition.Starting in March 2023, Norway began tightly restricting gender affirming care for minors citing the "uncertainty" and "lack of comprehensible research" in the field of gender affirming care for minors, contrary to scientific consensus and most studies' findings.
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In 1996, Norway adopted the ICD-10 classification, which contains codes for diagnosing transsexualism in adulthood and childhood, which authorize the initiation of medical transition. Starting in March 2023, Norway began tightly restricting gender affirming care for minors citing the "uncertainty" and "lack of comprehensible research" in the field of gender affirming care for minors, contrary to scientific consensus and most studies' findings.
Sourceshttps://ourworldindata.org/grapher/icd-code-version-used-to-classify-causes-of-death?time=earliesthttps://www.assignedmedia.org/breaking-news/gender-affirming-care-europe
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2023/04/gender-affirming-care-debate-europe-dutch-protocol/673890/
https://ukom.no/rapporter/pasientsikkerhet-for-barn-og-unge-med-kjonnsinkongruens/sammendrag
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https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/icd-code-version-used-to-classify-causes-of-death?time=earliest https://www.assignedmedia.org/breaking-news/gender-affirming-care-europe https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2023/04/gender-affirming-care-debate-europe-dutch-protocol/673890/ https://ukom.no/rapporter/pasientsikkerhet-for-barn-og-unge-med-kjonnsinkongruens/sammendrag

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Original entry
StatusLegal
Start Date1996
End Date(none)
DescriptionIn 1996, Norway adopted the ICD-10 classification, which contains codes for diagnosing transsexualism in adulthood and childhood, which authorize the initiation of medical transition.
Sourceshttps://ourworldindata.org/grapher/icd-code-version-used-to-classify-causes-of-death?time=earliest