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Latest HIV figures: Increase in positive gay,bisexual & other MSM
There are 1 in 20 gay, bisexual or other men who have sex with men (MSM) now living with HIV throughout the UK. However, there are now also many more ways of testing for HIV and more ways of preventing HIV transmission which are becoming available.
- 7 hours agoviaLGBT Foundation
Manchester Trans Survey
- 15:32 PM Nov 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Meet LGBT Foundation Trustees
The Board of Trustees of LGBT Foundation are the first and final decision making authority within LGBT Foundation.
- 15:26 PM Nov 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Talk and Test project awarded innovative HIV prevention fund
LGBT Foundation are working in partnership with BHA for Equality to deliver Point of Care Testing (POCT) in the new Greater Manchester Talk and Test project, supported by a multi-agency project steering group which includes membership from the local PHE Team, Greater Manchester Commissioners and Bridgewater Community Healthcare Trust.
- 12:28 PM Nov 24thviaLGBT Foundation
New research study focusing on trans lives in Manchester
LGBT Foundation is delighted to announce that we have been commissioned by Manchester City Council to conduct a research study into the trans population of Manchester.
- 12:05 PM Nov 24thviaLGBT Foundation
National HIV Testing Week 2015
LGBT Foundation invites you, once again, to get involved and support this year’s National HIV Testing Week (NHTW) which starts on 21st November, in the run up to World AIDS Day on 1st December.
- 11:14 AM Nov 24thviaLGBT Foundation
How many of us think about our partner's sexual history when we are getting to know them? Do you know yours? Get tested!
- 13:56 PM Nov 20thviaLGBT Foundation
We had a cup of tea and a chat to find out what some of our community members are up to and to find out a bit more about them.
- 17:24 PM Nov 19thviaLGBT Foundation
Welcome to your Pride in Practice Compendium
Pride in Practice is a quality assurance support service that strengthens ans develops your relationship with your lesbian, gya and bisexual patients within your local community.
- 16:03 PM Nov 19thviaLGBT Foundation
- 08:47 AM Nov 19thviaLGBT Foundation
- 10:24 AM Nov 18thviaLGBT Foundation
- 15:51 PM Nov 17thviaLGBT Foundation
We caught up with JoJo McClay who is a valued volunteer here at LGBT Foundation with our befriending scheme. This service seeks to combat isolation through providing individuals with regular one to one contact with a supportive person. It helps individuals build confidence, self-esteem and motivation while offering support in finding social networks through local groups and organisations.
- 16:31 PM Nov 16thviaLGBT Foundation
For Trans People
- 14:16 PM Nov 14thviaLGBT Foundation
Trans Awareness Week & Trans Day of Remembrance
Trans Awareness Week (14th-20th November 2015) is fast approaching and leading up to international Trans Day of Remembrance on 20th November 2015.
- 16:56 PM Nov 13thviaLGBT Foundation
FAQs About Gender Identity Clinics
Some frequently asked questions about Gender Identity Clinics
- 16:31 PM Nov 13thviaLGBT Foundation
About Gender Recognition Certificates
An overview of how the application process for Gender Recognition Certificates works.
- 16:30 PM Nov 13thviaLGBT Foundation
Pride in Practice
Pride in Practiceis a quality assurance service that strengthens and develops your relationship with your lesbian, gay and bisexual patients within your local community. Endorsed by The Royal College of GP’s, Pride in Practice is a support package that enables you to effectively meet the needs of your lesbian, gay and bisexual patients. It will also support you in meeting the requirements of your Clinical Commissioning Group, the Care Quality Commission and other bodies that you work with.
- 11:57 AM Nov 13thviaLGBT Foundation
Have a look here to see what opportunities are currently available at LGBT Foundation.
- 10:44 AM Nov 13thviaLGBT Foundation
Trans Women & Prostate Cancer
There is little information available on how trans women are affected by prostate cancer. With this in mind,one researcher would like to talk to trans women themselves (in confidence) who have had experiences or concerns about living with and beyond prostate cancer.
- 15:41 PM Nov 12thviaLGBT Foundation