Researchers seek participants for a LGBTQ+ Welfare and Assets study

Graham Robson September 30, 2022

A group of researchers are currently recruiting participants for a LGBTQ+ Welfare and Assets study, which is a joint project between University of Stirling, University of Nottingham, Sheffield Hallam University, and Vanderbilt University in the United States.  

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Survey shows LGBTQ+ care home residents unlikely to disclose sexuality

Rachel Badham October 23, 2020

A new survey, conducted by researchers at both the University of Nottingham and Manchester, found care home residents were unlikely to disclose their sexuality to staff.

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Report says LGBT people face discrimination as they die

Gary Hart June 9, 2016

Nearly three-quarters (74%) of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people are not confident that health and social care services provide sensitive end of life care for their needs.

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University of Nottingham to celebrate LGBT History Month

Paul Gustafson January 20, 2015

The University of Nottingham is marking LGBT History Month with a series of events celebrating its LGBT staff and research.
The events programme is a collaboration between the University’s HR and Professional Development departments, the LGBTQ Staff Network, and schools and departments across the institution.

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