11 results for ‘gender questioning’ in research

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Research Matters: Trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing

A fact sheet summarising key aspects of research on the health and wellbeing of trans and gender diverse people.

Trans, Gender diverse, Transgender, LGBTIQ, health and wellbeing

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Writing Themselves In 3

The third national study on the health and wellbeing of same sex attracted and gender questioning young people

young people, rainbow health victoria

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From Blues to Rainbows

A report on the mental health and well-being of gender diverse and transgender young people in Australia.

young people, mental health, Rainbow Health Victoria

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Private Lives 3 National Report

The Private Lives 3 survey provides vital information to better understand and support the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia.

LGBTIQ, LGBTIQ Health & Wellbeing, Trans & Gender diverse, Health, Mental health, Discrimination, Violence, Housing & Homelessness, Intersex, Relationships, Disability, Multicultural, Geography

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Research Matters: What does LGBTIQ mean?

This evidence brief focusses on the concepts of sex, gender and sexuality and what lies underneath the definitions collected together in the acronym ‘LGBTIQ’.

Rainbow Health Victoria, Research Matters

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Research Briefing Paper: COVID-19: impacts for LGBTIQ communities and implications for services

A briefing paper summarising current research knowledge relevant to understanding how COVID-19 might impact on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) health and wellbeing.

LGBTIQ, COVID-19, health, health care, health and wellbeing, family violence

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A Closer Look at Private Lives 2

Addressing the mental health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Australians.

Mental Health, evidence-based policy, Rainbow Health Victoria

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Writing Themselves In 4 - National report

This is the largest ever study on the experiences of LGBTQA+ young people aged 14-21 in Australia. Over 6000 young people participated, this national report includes findings and recommendations.

LGBTQA+, Young People, Mental Health, Wellbeing, Education, Discrimination, Homelessness, Drugs and Alcohol, Disability, School, Tafe, University, Rural, Trans and Gender Diverse, Rainbow Network, Rainbow Health Victoria

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Writing Themselves In 4 - Victorian summary report

This is the largest ever study on the experiences of LGBTQA+ young people aged 14-21 in Australia. Over 1800 participants lived in Victoria, this reports on state specific findings and recommendations

LGBTQA+, Young People, Mental Health, Wellbeing, Education, Discrimination, Homelessness, Drugs and Alcohol, Disability, School, Tafe, University, Rural, Trans and Gender Diverse, Rainbow Network, Rainbow Health Victoria, Victoria

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Writing Themselves In 4 - NSW summary report

This is the largest ever study on the experiences of LGBTQA+ young people aged 14-21 in Australia. Over 1600 participants lived in NSW, this reports on state specific findings and recommendations

LGBTQA+, Young People, Mental Health, Wellbeing, Education, Discrimination, Homelessness, Drugs and Alcohol, Disability, School, Tafe, University, Rural, Trans and Gender Diverse, Rainbow Network, Rainbow Health Victoria, NSW

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Writing Themselves In 4 - South Australian summary report

This is the largest ever study on the experiences of LGBTQA+ young people aged 14-21 in Australia. Over 600 participants lived in SA, this reports on state specific findings and recommendations

LGBTQA+, Young People, Mental Health, Wellbeing, Education, Discrimination, Homelessness, Drugs and Alcohol, Disability, School, Tafe, University, Rural, Trans and Gender Diverse, Rainbow Network, Rainbow Health Victoria, South Australia

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