Policy & Research

Part of the Picture 2009-11 Report - Action plan

Recommendations for action have been developed with key stakeholders centreing on using an awareness of the Part of the Picture report findings to begin to tackle the problematic drug and alcohol use of LGB people.

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The LGB&T Public Health Outcomes Framework Companion Documen…

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Public Health Outcomes Framework Companion Document is a resource for all those commissioning and delivering healthcare services in order to support the delivery of an equitable public health system.

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Case Studies - The LGB&T PHOF Companion Document

Case Studies supporting document for The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Public Health Outcomes Framework Companion Document

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Minorities - The LGB&T PHOF Companion Document

Minorities Report for The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Public Health Outcomes Framework Companion Document.

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Resource Directory - The LGB&T PHOF Companion Document

Resource Directory for The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Public Health Outcomes Framework Companion Document.

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POTP Briefing sheet for commissioners

We recommend six actions for commissioners and policy makers to tackle the problematic substance use of LGB people.

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POTP Briefing sheet for GPs

Part of the Picture found that of all the professional services, LGB people were most likely to seek help from their GP. We recommend five actions for GPs to tackle the problematic substance use of LGB people.

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POTP Briefing sheet for Researchers

Based on these findings, we recommend five actions for researchers to tackle the problematic substance use of LGB people.

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POTP Briefing sheet for Service Providers

Based on these findings, we recommend six actions for drug and alcohol service providers to tackle the problematic substance use of LGB people.

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POTP Briefing sheet for VCS

Based on these findings, we recommend five actions for the LGB&T voluntary and community sector to tackle the problematic substance use of LGB people.

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