Views of LGBT smokers sought as part of new campaign in Greater Manchester
Published: 01 November 2018 Tags: smoking, lgbt By Emma Meehan
Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership are looking to speak to smokers from the Greater Manchester area to discuss smoking habits, attitudes and behaviours. The focus groups will also be looking at campaigns around stopping smoking to gain some insight on what’s seen as a good campaign and what is not.
These discussions will take place in the form of a 90-minute focus group and those who take part will receive a £35 incentive as a thank you for your time and input.
There are groups being held at the LGBT Foundation, 5 Richmond St, Manchester M1 3HF on Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th and Friday 9th November. Each group will start at 7pm, ending around 8.30pm.
Wednesday 7th November – gay, bi and trans men 16 + (including those who identify as male, some of, or all of the time)
Thursday 8th November – lesbian and bisexual women including trans women, non-binary people and gender fluid people who identify as lesbian, bisexual or questioning their sexual orientation
Friday 9th November – trans and non-binary people
Places are limited so if you would like to participate, please contact Ally Kyle via email at [email protected] or by phone on 0141 387 7294 / 07814 395 748.