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Department of Health
Reducing health inequalities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people - briefings for health and social care staff

Author: Dr Julie Fish (De Montfort University) for the DH Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Advisory Group

  • Published date: 4 September 2007
  • Publication format: A4
  • Product number: 283255
  • Gateway reference: Not required
  • Copyright holder: Crown

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people experience a number of health inequalities which are often unrecognised in health and social care settings. These briefings are intended to show that LGBT people can be younger, older, bisexual, lesbians, gay men, trans, from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities and disabled, and to dispel assumptions that they form a homogeneous group.

    The briefings provide easy-to-read guidance for health and social care commissioners, service planners and frontline staff. They aim to inform the delivery of appropriate services and to support health and social care professionals in their everyday work with LGBT people by providing fundamental awareness and evidence of LGBT needs in relation to health.


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