OUT: The National Cancer Survey

Developed by a team of LGBTQI+ cancer survivors, oncologists and researchers, the survey will help to inform recommendations for health professionals and cancer care providers. Enrollment is open to any LGBTQI+ person over the age of 18, living in the US, who has received a cancer diagnosis. 

Take the survey here.

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LGBTQ+ Latinx People Wanted

We are looking to recruit Latinx LGBTQ individuals who are at least 18 years old to participate in a research study on Latinx LGBTQ attitudes and health. This research has received IRB approval. Participation involves completing a 30-45 minute survey. Those who complete the survey will be entered into a raffle to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards.

If you are interested, please click the link below to complete the survey – once you complete the survey, you will have the option to include your email address to win one of the three $50 Amazon gift cards. Please contact me (at vyamasak@terpmail.umd.edu) if you have any further questions.

(https://go.umd.edu/latinx)

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Recruiting gay and queer (gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, etc.; non-heterosexual) men

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Transgender Health Experience Study

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TGNCNB And/Or Queer Participants Wanted!

"I am seeking self-identified transgender, gender nonconforming, intersex, nonbinary, and/or queer individuals who are 18+ years and have regularly used either all-gender public restrooms, LGBTQ+ community centers, or have participated in self-identified
queer sex parties. Each one-on-one interview will be conducted online via a secured Zoom session and is expected to last approximately 45 minutes, during which time I will invite you to share your thoughts on your gender and sexual identities and experiences of utilizing any of the aforementioned spaces. All interviewees are asked to read through and sign the study’s Informed Consent Form and are accorded strict anonymity.

This research has been granted ethical approval by the Institutional Review Board of Stony Brook University.
If you would like further information or would like to participate, please contact me with a message.
Thank you.
Stephanie Bonvissuto
(stephanie.bonvissuto@stonybrook.edu)"

More information can be found here.

 

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State of LGBTQ Health National Survey

State of LGBTQ Health Survey

What is the state of LGBTQ health? The Inaugural State of LGBTQ Health National SurveyTM of clinical and behavioral health providers will identify needs along the LGBTQ health landscape and inform advocacy, education and training activities.

The brief but comprehensive survey covers intersectional topics in LGBTQ health, including clinical/behavioral health, stigma, social justice, unstable housing/homelessness, racial and ethnic minorities, and COVID-19.

Please contact Dr. Circe J. Gray LeCompte at circe@healthhiv.org with questions. Thank you for participating in this unique survey of the LGBTQ health landscape! 

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Call for Bisexual Participants

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LGBTQ+ People & COVID-19

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The MLAB Research Study

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LGB Research Study, 18-25 Years of Age Wanted

If you are willing to participate please fill out this form to begin: https://tinyurl.com/LGBProjJK

I am writing to tell you about a volunteer opportunity to participate in a research study. The Gender and Health Lab in the psychology department at The New School for Social Research is looking for volunteers to participate in a study. This study is looking at individuals’ relationships and experiences of their identity regarding sexual orientation. The study includes a 45-60 minute interview via telephone. You will be compensated $15.

You must identify as Lesbian, Gay, or Bisexual(LGB) for your sexual orientation and are between the ages of 18-25 to participate in this study. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. Please inquire by contacting Jeremy Kelleher email: kellj306@newschool.edu

A request for more information does not obligate you to participate in this study.

NOTE: All gender identities, including those who identify as transgender, are encouraged to participate. The focus of this study is on sexual orientation specifically those who identify as Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual(LGB).

 

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