Policy & Research

BHP - Clinical rationale for SOM

A discussion of the evidence on existing health inequalities among lesbian, gay and bisexual communities and attitudes towards patient sexual orientation monitoring in a general practice, by by Dr Simon Rogers MRCGP MBChB (Hons)(Dist) BSc (Hons).

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BHP - Executive Summary

The Executive Summary for the Building Health Partnerships project.

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BHP - LGB patients’ experiences

Lesbian, gay and bisexual patients’ experiences of their GP: Greater Manchester findings

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BHP - Befriending Service Cost Benefit Analysis

This report, by New Economy Manchester, provides a summary of the findings from cost benefit analysis (CBA) undertaken on the Befriending Service run by Greater Manchester’s The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

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BHP - Mental Health Service Cost Benefit Analysis

This report, by New Economy Manchester, provides a summary of the findings from cost benefit analysis (CBA) undertaken on the Mental Health Service run by Greater Manchester’s The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

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BHP - Sexual Health Service Cost Benefit Analysis

This report, by New Economy Manchester, provides a summary of the findings from cost benefit analysis (CBA) undertaken on the Sexual Health Service run by Greater Manchester’s The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

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BHP - Village Angels Cost Benefit Analysis

This report, by New Economy Manchester, provides a summary of the findings from cost benefit analysis (CBA) undertaken on the Village Angels Service run by Greater Manchester’s The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

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BHP - Service provision rationale for SOM

A rationale for implementing service user sexual orientation monitoring in service provision.

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BHP - Trans* patients’ experiences

Lesbian, gay and bisexual patients’ experiences of their GP: Greater Manchester findings

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Breaking the Cycle

‘Breaking the Cycle’ represents a significant milestone in the development of the North West’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans sector.

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Manchester Community Safety report

Community Safety: the state of the city for Manchester’s LGB communities brings together the available evidence on LGB people’s community safety needs and experiences in Manchester.

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Health care LB women - Clinicians action plan

‘Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer – Expanding our understanding of women’s health needs’ is a report for all those interested in providing appropriate and equitable health services.

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Health care LB women - Commissioners action plan

‘Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer – Expanding our understanding of women’s health needs’ is a report for all those interested in providing appropriate and equitable health services.

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Health care LB women - Managers action plan

‘Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer – Expanding our understanding of women’s health needs’ is a report for all those interested in providing appropriate and equitable health services.

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Health care LB women - Researchers action plan

‘Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer – Expanding our understanding of women’s health needs’ is a report for all those interested in providing appropriate and equitable health services.

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Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer

‘Beyond Babies & Breast Cancer – Expanding our understanding of women’s health needs’ is a report for all those interested in providing appropriate and equitable health services.

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Joint Strategic Needs Assessments - Summary

The Lesbian & Gay Foundation has produced the below document which makes the case for the importance of LGB&T evidence, and introduces strategic level health professionals to some of the key health issues facing the LGB&T communities.

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'I Exist' Report - Greater Manchester

Findings from the “I Exist” survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Greater Manchester. Sample size 746.

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'I Exist' Report - UK

Findings from the “I Exist” survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual people in the UK. Sample size 2,580.

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The North West Cervical Screening Research Report

The final summary and academic report from The Lesbian & Gay Foundation's Are You Ready for Your Screen Test? campaign, about the attitudes, experiences and uptake of cervical screening in the lesbian, gay and bisexual women's community of the North West.

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