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Just Ask: Inclusive Language For Midwives And Birth Workers (Poster)

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A collaboration between Midwives Connecting Community, and Rainbow Families: September 05, 2022 Inclusive language is a way of acknowledging and respecting the diversity of peoples’ bodies, genders and relationships. As midwives and birth workers, using inclusive language supports people to feel safe within the health system, and acknowledges who they are. Using inclusive language doesn’t take...

Opening Doors: Ensuring LGBTIQ-inclusive family, domestic and sexual violence services

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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University, October 13th 2022 LGBTIQ people experiencing family, domestic and sexual violence (FDSV) should be able to choose from and readily access a range of services that provide expert support in ways that respect and affirm their lives, bodies, identities and relationships. However, there remain significant gaps in access to...

The evidence related to partner notification for STIs in high-income nations

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Golden Matthew R., Gibbs Jo, Woodward Charlotte, Estcourt Claudia S. (2022) Priorities in the implementation of partner services for HIV/STIs in high-income nations: a narrative review of evidence and recommendations. Sexual Health , Online early, Abstract: Partner notification (PN) remains a crucial prevention tool to reduce sexually transmitted infection (STI) transmission and prevent STI...

Online Masterclass: Trauma Informed Diversity Awareness (Trans & Gender Diverse focus)

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Blue Knot Foundation, August 2022 Delivered by one of Blue Knot Foundation’s most experienced facilitators, Dragan Zan Wright is a transgender psychotherapist and trainer who has worked extensively in the fields of Gender and Sexuality Diversity, Complex Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care and Practice. This professional development day goes beyond ‘standard’ LGBTIQ+ diversity training. This...

Suicide prevention in LGBTQA+ young people: Best practice guidelines

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Suicide prevention in LGBTQA+ young people: Best practice guidelines for clinical and community service providers Telethon Kids Institute (Perth), 5th August 2022 These guidelines are intended to improve insight into the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning, asexual (and those of other diverse sexualities and genders; LGBTQA+) young people. They were designed to aid...

Understanding Suicide Among Trans and Gender Diverse People – new factsheet

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MindOut: Mental Health & Suicide Prevention / LGBTIQ+ Health Australia,  31st March, 2022 Many transgender and gender diverse people live happy and healthy lives; however, some also experience a higher burden of poor mental health and rates of suicidality than the general population. This factsheet has been created with information taken from LGBTIQ+ Health Australia’s National Mental...

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