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Exploring lesbian, gay and bisexual patients’ accounts of their experiences of cancer care in the UK
Despite greater recognition of rights and responsibilities around the care of cancer patients who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) within healthcare systems in the United Kingdom, recent quantitative evidence ...
Invisible no more? Including lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in social work and social care.
Until recently, lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people were invisible users of social care; this paper provides an overview of the social and political context which led to this neglect. With the introduction of legislation ...
Intersecting identities of age, gender and sexual orientation in gay and bisexual men’s narratives of prostate cancer
(Policy Press, 2019)
Using the lens of intersectional theory, this analysis interrogates gay and bisexual men’s experiences of prostate cancer. Drawing on McCall’s third typology of intra-categorical intersectionality, the chapter explores ...
Older LGBT+ Health Inequalities in the United Kingdom: Setting a Research Agenda
(BMJ Journals, 2020-02-21)
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans+a (LGBT+) people report poorer health than the general population and worse experiences of healthcare particularly cancer, palliative/end-of-life, dementia and mental health provision. This ...