Listed below are resources developed by Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria. Click the resource for more details, to download a PDF, or for ordering information.
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|Well Proud - A guide to GLBTI inclusive practice for health and human services
'Well Proud' draws on national and international research on the health and wellbeing of GLBTI people and on guidelines for GLBTI-sensitive practice and service delivery that have been developed here and overseas.
|8 Dec 2009|
|A guide for interaction with health care providers
This GLHV brochure informs people about finding GLBTI sensitive health care providers. This is one of the most popular questions we get asked on our website.
|15 Dec 2008|
|In Sickness and In Health poster
The In Sickness and In Health posters produced by GLHV with funding from the Victoria Law Foundation to inform health care providers of legislative changes that recognise the rights of lesbian and gay couples were launched at the Royal Melbourne Hospital's city campus on May 18th 2007.
|31 May 2007|
|Aged care services poster
These posters are designed to be put in the waiting room of health services to indicate to GLBTI clients that the service provider is sensitive to their needs.
|19 Oct 2006|
|"Getting Over It" Homophobia, sport and university education
This booklet is a guide for those who wish to improve their professional practice, especially those in sport and exercise related fields such as coaching, teaching, therapy and rehabilitation, counselling and management.
|23 Aug 2006|
|GQ: Gender Questioning
GQ: Gender Questioning is a resource designed to provide information and support to young people aged 16-25 who are questioning their gender.
|29 May 2006|
|You don't have to be straight to use this service - poster
This poster is designed to be put in the waiting room of health services to indicate to young GLBTI clients that the service provider is sensitive to their needs.
|31 Jan 2006|
|You don't have to tell us if you're gay or lesbian. But you can.
A poster created by GLHV for use in health service provider settings.
|21 Nov 2005|