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 check list for health practitioners providing pap tests for trans men.
This online resource provides a checklist for assessing staff attitudes and knowledge with regard to providing health care services to sexually diverse people.
Standards. Organisations Valuing Diversity (Benchmarking for quality health services to LGBTI populations)
These practice standards written by the Women's Health Action Network for Diverse Sexualities (WHANDS) are aimed at improving
public health service delivery for LGBTI individuals and populations and to provide a
benchmark for other providers and consumers in the development of welcoming,
culturally appropriate and responsive care.
This question-and-answer fact sheet was written specifically for LGBT aging organisations and programs to help them measure how well they include transgender people and issues in their work.
Small Effort, Big Change produced by Wiltshire and Swindon Men's Sexual Health , is a comprehensive booklet which details simple measures to help gay and bisexual men to feel more comfortable when discussing their sexuality and sexual health with general practitioners and general practice staff
Recommendations for health providers on working with transgendered patients and clients. Produced by U.S organisation Gender Education and Advocacy (GEA), the document contains brief and straight forward advice on working sensitively with gender variant people.
Community Standards of Practice for Provision of Quality Health Care Services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Health Access Project is a collaborative, community-based program funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH). The Project's mission is to foster the development and implementation of comprehensive, culturally appropriate, quality health promotion policies and health care services for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) people and their families.
This guide is meant for anyone who is creating a form, survey, or other information gathering tool. Too often, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, questioning, queer, intersex, asexual, and ally (GLBTQIA) identified people are forced
to make difficult choices on the forms they fill out – choices that put them in boxes, make them uncomfortable, and don’t accurately describe their lives.
This resource is a tool to assist service providers access information, purchase resources or provide internet links to young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)
or are questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity.
How do social workers begin to talk about sexual identity when conducting assessments with older men? This paper focuses on work with older gay men and highlights the importance of talking about sexual identity in order to prevent it being rendered invisible.
Suggestions for assessing GLBTI access to clinics. Produced by the US national body Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA). GLMA is the recognised authority in LGBT health in the U.S.
A Checklist for Transgender Inclusion ( Glendale, Wisc.: Transgender Aging Network, 2001); 4 pages. (pdf)