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Diversity and equality in cancer care
• The context of health inequalities, with specific examples from relevant population groups. • Exploration of epidemiological, knowledge, care and treatment differences among minority groups or other strands of legally ...
Intersecting identities of age, gender and sexual orientation in gay and bisexual men’s narratives of prostate cancer
(Policy Press, 2019)
Using the lens of intersectional theory, this analysis interrogates gay and bisexual men’s experiences of prostate cancer. Drawing on McCall’s third typology of intra-categorical intersectionality, the chapter explores ...
Minority Stress among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People in the UK: A Service Provider Perspective
(Taylor and Francis, 2020)
Mental health inequalities among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people from lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) communities persist and remain under-researched. This study is the first in the UK to explore, from the ...
Coming out in cancer care: Is disclosure of sexual orientation beneficial?
(Royal College of Nursing, 2019-02-13)
Nurses and other health professionals are to ask about sexual orientation at every face-to-face contact across the NHS from 2019. However, there are concerns about the need for, and relevance of, sexual orientation disclosure ...
Older LGBT+ Health Inequalities in the United Kingdom: Setting a Research Agenda
(BMJ Journals, 2020-02-21)
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans+a (LGBT+) people report poorer health than the general population and worse experiences of healthcare particularly cancer, palliative/end-of-life, dementia and mental health provision. This ...
Applying a Capabilities Approach to Understanding Older LGBT People’s Disclosures of Identity in Community Primary Care
Internationally, there is increasing recognition that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) populations experience substantial public health inequalities and require interventions to address these inequalities, yet ...