LGB&T ‘I Statements’ narrative project

Out Loud: LGBT Voices in Health and Social Care

The LGB&T ‘I Statements’ narrative project that the National LGB&T Partnership was working on at the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016 has been written up into the Out Loud report.

Below, you can find a description of the project from while we were working on it:

A new project from the National LGB&T Partnership aims to investigate, and inform policy makers of, what LGB&T people want from health and social care services.

We are working with National Voices on this ‘I Statements’ narrative project, in which we will draw together opinions and experiences, from across the community, to produce a resource. The resource will outline what LGB&T people want from health and social care services, describe the key areas where there are issues, why this is, and what can be done to address them and improve services for LGB&T people.

Our survey is now closed, and we are working on analysing the responses. We may re-open the survey to specific groups if there are parts of our communities we do not feel have been adequately represented.

Also, keep an eye on our Twitter, where we hosted some Twitter chats on the subject in December and will be updating you on the progress of the project.

If you would like more information, please email us at: nationallgbtpartnership@gmail.com