LGBTIQ health and wellbeing
ARCSHS is the largest research centre focussed on LGBTIQ health and wellbeing in Australia, and since the 1990s has led the field internationally in investigating the experiences and needs of LGBTIQ communities. This research theme aims to advance knowledge of the lives of LGBTIQ individuals and communities, particularly as they relate to health and wellbeing. The new knowledge produced is used by the Centre and others to lead public discussion around the experiences of LGBTIQ communities, and to inform service delivery and policy responses.
A national survey of the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia.
Writing Themselves In
A National Study on the Sexual Health of Same-Sex Attracted and Gender Questioning Young People
TRANScending Discrimination in Health & Cancer Care
A study of trans and gender diverse Australians
Lucille Kerr, Christopher M. Fisher and Tiffany Jones
Understanding LGBTI+ Lives in Crisis
Andrea Waling, Gene Lim, Sheila Dhalla, Anthony Lyons and Adam Bourne
In partnership with Lifeline Australia, and with support from QLife and ACON, this research report presents findings of lesbian (L), gay (G), bisexual (B), transgender (T), intersex people (I), and other sexual identity and gender diverse individuals (+) use of crisis support services (CSS) in Australia. This is the first research of its kind in Australia that explores the needs of LGBTI+ people during a time of personal or mental health crises. It focuses on their uptake and familiarity with crisis support services in Australia, their perceptions and experiences with crisis support services, and where they might seek other professional mental health service support during a time of crisis. This study enhances the evidence base for those working to design, resource or deliver services to meet the needs of LGBTI people in Australia during times of crisis.
From Blues To Rainbows
The mental health and well-being of gender diverse and transgender young people in Australia
Elizabeth Smith, Tiffany Jones, Roz Ward, Jennifer Dixon, Anne Mitchell and Lynne Hillier