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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 ...
Lesbian, Bisexual & Queer women’s health conference; connections- creativity-care.
This presentation consider LBQ women's health inequalities in relation to breast cancer, cervical screenining, mental health and access to care. It proposes multi-levelled interventions to address the invisibility in ...
Lesbian and bisexual women’s health and health inequalities
(Public Health England, 2016-01-14)
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. ...
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. ...
The relationship between historical study and LGBTI political activism.
The personal is political: synergies in research and activism in lesbian and bisexual women's health agendas.
Promoting cultural competency in the nursing care of LGBT patients
Equality in sexual health promotion: a systematic review of effective interventions for black and minority ethnic men who have sex with men.
(BMC Public Health, 2016-06-08)
Background: Over the past decade, new diagnoses of HIV have increased eightfold among men who have sex with men (MSM) of other or of mixed ethnicity in the UK. Yet there is little intervention research on HIV among black ...