LBT Women’s Health Week 2018 takes place from the 12th to the 17th of March.
The aim of LBT Women’s Health Week is to raise awareness about lesbian, bisexual and trans women’s health inequalities, to make it easier for service providers to empower service users and for communities to support LBT women.
The week is also an opportunity to celebrate, highlight and learn from the work of groups and services which provide dedicated support to lesbian and bisexual women.
The main focus of LBT Women’s Health Week 2018 is prevention and wellbeing. We’re organising, leading and supporting a number of events and activity, and also providing you with facts and information to help explain why LBT Women’s Health needs to be made a priority.
Click below for more information about LBT Women’s Health Week activities:
- Twitter Q&A
- Map of events
- LBT Women’s stories (add your story here)
- How to get involved
- Facts and Figures (and last year’s briefings)
- LBT Women’s Health Week 2018 Press Release
- Best practice in providing healthcare to lesbian, bisexual and other women who have sex with women (published November 2018)
Let us know what events and activities you’ll be running during LBT Women’s Health Week 2018 here:
You can find out more about LB Women’s Health Week 2017 here.