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Supporting LGBT People with Cancer: a resource for health & social care professionals
(De Montfort University, 2012-04)
Measuring diversity: Improving access and outcomes in mental health for LGBT people.
This presentation details a two-year collaborative project between De Montfort University Leicester and Leicestershire Partnership Trust to set up an Open Mind project for LGBT people. The project is one of only two of its ...
Combining photographs with interviews in the context of phenomenological research around chronic illness: An evaluation.
Background: Health psychologists’ adoption of contemporary qualitative research methodologies in recent times has enabled the rise of multiple integrative approaches applicable to the study of long-term conditions. ...
Queerying activism through the lens of the sociology of everyday life
The approaching 30th anniversary of the introduction of the 1988 Local Government Act offers an opportunity to reflect on the nature of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) activism in Britain. The protests against its ...
Investigating approaches to the teaching of research on undergraduate social work programmes: A research note.
(Oxford University Press, 2014-11-23)
This paper presents findings from a scoping review of curriculum delivery methods for research teaching in undergraduate social work education. The review was conducted by a working group of the JUC SWEC research committee ...
Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women and Breast Cancer
(De Montfort University, 2016-05-25)
This present explores the cycle of invisibility for LBQ women with breast cancer and their help seeking behaviour. It presents data from a qualitiative study of 18 LBQ women with breast cancer or their carer or partner. ...
Promoting equality and valuing diversity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients.
(Oxford Univerity Press, 2010)
Equality and diversity lie at the heart of current UK health priorities. They are important subjects for everyone who works in the National Health Service (NHS). This is particularly the case for the GP, whose role is ...