In this section you can find information about the research projects that we're currently undertaking at LGBT Foundation. If you have any questions about the information listed here, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pride in Practice Impact Report 2018
LGBT Foundation conducted research into
lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) people’s
experiences of primary care services in order
to further understand what access to general
practice, dentistry, pharmacy and optometry looks
like for this community of identity.
Primary Care Survey Report 2017
Since 2016 Pride in Practice has supported 264 primary care services
to be able to meet the needs of LGBT people in Greater Manchester
as part of GM Health and Social Care Partnership’s commitment to
meeting the needs of GM’s diverse communities of identity.
Severe and Multiple Disadvantage Project
In January 2015, Lankelly Chase released the Hard Edges report, highlighting what life is like for people facing ‘severe and multiple disadvantage’ (SMD), generally defined as a combination of homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, offending, and mental health issues. However, whilst the findings provided valuable insight into what SMD looks like for the general population, we do not know what proportion of the respondents identified as LGBT. As a result, we are unsure how LGBT people may experience severe and multiple disadvantage in similar or different ways.