In 2019 we prepared a .pdf which outlines some key evidence around the inequalities faced by the women in our communities and how these inequalities affect their health.
Click below for a fully-referenced collection of facts and figures which help articulate why LBT Women’s Health Week is so vital.
word document: LBT Womens Health Inequalities – The Facts
We have also compiled some of the key information on LGBTQ Women’s Mental Health. This briefing was rapidly prepared in response to a request from colleagues in parliament in preparation for a debate on women’s mental health.
Click below for some key information on LGBTQ+ women’s mental health.
word document: Parliamentary debate briefing on LGBTQ Women’s Mental Health
Two of the key publications that we use when providing information on LGBTQ+ women’s health inequalities and health needs and experiences are:
Harri Weeks recently spoke to VICE about why LGBTQ+ women experience health inequalities and what to do about it, you can read the article here: Queer Women Are More Unhealthy Than Straight Women. This Is Why
In 2019 we ran a webinar during LBT Women’s Health Week which outlined some of the current research in the area of LGBTQ+ Women’s Health.
During LBT Women’s Health Week 2020, NHS England & Improvement will run a webinar which outlines findings from the National GP Patients Survey as they relate to LGBTQ+ women, and particularly bisexual women.