GLHV online resource library
The GLHV online library has extensive information about GLBTI health and associated subjects. Content is classified by subject area and target audience. If you can't find the item you're looking for, there is also a full-text search option.
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A report from Western Australia assessing the needs of same same sex attracted youth, their families and service providers in Western Australia
This is the second national report on the sexuality, health and well-being of same sex attracted young people in Australia.
Exploratory research into lgbt young people’s access to supported
accommodation in Queensland
This publication outlines best practices for lesbian, gay and bisexual health and mental health care in the United Kingdom, with examples focused on lesbian and gay elders. An 11-page PDF brochure from the Royal College of Nursing and UNISON. (public service union)
Submission to Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee, Inquiry into the Age Discrimination Bill 26/8/03 Canberra from Dr Jo Harrison, Gerontologist, University of South Australia
This report, published by the UK Gay Men's Health Network, highlights the diverse range of health issues affecting lesbians, gay men and bisexual people living in the UK.
In 2000 sexuality orientation was recognised for the first time as a social determinant of health in the U.S. 10-year public health plan ‘Healthy People 2010'. This report is the first-ever comprehensive document on the state of LGBT health in the US.
Produced by the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)it lists specific recommendations in the following areas: quality health services, mental health, public health infrastructure, HIV, immunization and infectious diseases, tobacco, injury and violence prevention, and substance abuse.
Compiled by Ruth McNair, Nikos Thomacos
This survey documents the experiences of people in same sex relationships within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities in Victoria.
This review of the involvement of service users in the development of an ‘evidence base' for health and social care, including guidance on good practice for researchers and research funders.
This publication summarises discussions that took place at a series of seminars held around the UK to discuss a number of key issues:
Although sharing some common concerns with both gay/lesbian and heterosexual persons, bisexuals also have specific experiences and needs regarding health and wellness that need to be researched and addressed.
The San Francisco Human Rights Commission's report of its investigation into the medical treatment of children with intersex conditions.