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Kinitz, D. J., Salway, T., Dromer, E., Giustini, D., Ashley, F., Goodyear, T., … Abramovich, A. (2021, January 8). The scope and nature of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression change efforts: a systematic review protocol [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0395577
MacDonald, T., Noel-Weiss, J., West, D., Walks, M., Biener, M., Kibbe, A., & Myler, E. (2016, May 16). Transmasculine individuals’ experiences with lactation, chestfeeding, and gender identity: a qualitative study [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0366845
Wallace, B., Varcoe, C., Holmes, C., Moosa-Mitha, M., Moor, G., Hudspith, M., & Craig, K. D. (2021, February 2). Towards health equity for people experiencing chronic pain and social marginalization [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0395815
Khan, N., Palepu, A., Dodek, P., Salmon, A., Leitch, H., Ruzycki, S., … Lacaille, D. (2021, May 10). Cross-sectional survey on physician burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic in Vancouver, Canada : the role of gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0398308
Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C. H., Persad, Y., Leblanc, G., Nation, K., Kia, H., … Loutfy, M. (2021, November 4). Implementation and evaluation of the ‘Transgender Education for Affirmative and Competent HIV and Healthcare (TEACHH)’ provider education pilot [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0403709
Snow, M. E., Tweedie, K., & Pederson, A. (2018, March 15). Heard and valued: the development of a model to meaningfully engage marginalized populations in health services planning [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0364284
This article is not LGBTQ+ specific, but it presents a model that could be modified and implemented to engage LGBTQ+ patients.
Sex- and Gender-Based Analysis and Public Health by Jacqueline Gahagan (Editor); Mary K. Bryson (Editor)This book is the first to focus on sex- and gender-based analysis (SGBA) in public health, addressing the dearth of thinking, practice, and publication on SGBA and public health. The Canadian government is a global leader in seeking gender equity and mandating SGBA in federal initiatives, programs, and policies, continuing to advocate for the uptake of SGBA. However, there is differential uptake of SGBA in many fields, and public health is lagging behind. This book analyses the movement toward SGBA in Canada and internationally, highlighting some key examples of public health concern such as HIV/AIDS and tobacco use. An international group of experts in the fields of SGBA, public health, program evaluation, policy development, and research comprise the authorship of the book. Collectively, the team of authors and editors have deep expertise in SGBA and public health nationally and internationally and have published widely in the SGBA literature. Topics explored among the chapters - organized under three thematic content areas: the SGBA terrain in public health, illustrative examples from the field, and the implications of SGBA in public health - include: Sex- and Gender-Based Analyses and Advancing Population Health Beyond "Women's Cancers": Sex and Gender in Cancer Health and Care Women, Alcohol and the Public Health Response - Moving Forward from Avoidance, Inattention and Inaction to Gender-Based Design Understanding Pandemics Through a Sex- and Gender-Based Analysis Plus (SGBA+) Lens Sex- and Gender-Based Analysis and the Social Determinants of Health: Public Health, Human Rights and Incarcerated Youth Gender-Transformative Public Health Approaches Sex- and Gender-Based Analysis in Public Health is an important text for graduate-level students and trainees as well as public health practitioners in a variety of disciplines such as health promotion, nursing, health administration, public administration, sociology, political science, gender and women's studies. The book also is an essential resource for specialists in public health policy, programming, research, and evaluation.
Publication Date: 2021-06-18
[Chapter] The Racial Politics of Precarity: Understanding Ethno-Specific AIDS Service Organizations in Neoliberal Times by J.P. Cantugal (chapter author); Petra L. Doan (Editor)This chapter draws on dissertation research that examined the emergence and evolution of three evolution of ethno-specific AIDS service organizations (e-ASOs) in the City of Toronto: Asian Community acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) Services (ACAS), the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP) and the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention. It sought to examine the ways that e-ASOs are rendered vulnerable to such neoliberal projects, partly due to the racialized political context within which funding cutbacks are embedded. The Community Partnership and Investment Program (CPIP) is an umbrella funding program that supports Council's social, cultural, housing, health, employment, recreation, economic and neighborhood improvement goals by supporting a city-wide network of community agencies. The CPIP is important to the AIDS sector given that it is through this funding stream that the AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program (APCIP) supported AIDS organizations, including and especially e-ASO programs. The threats faced by e-ASOs in recent times were not merely financial.
Publication Date: 2015-03-20
Topics in 2SLGBTQIA+ Health: Addiction and Substance Abuse
Bauer, C., Kaye, S. L., & Brotto, L. A. (2020). Understanding alcohol and tobacco consumption in asexual samples: A mixed-methods approach. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 49(2), 733–755. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-019-01570-4
Homma, Y., Saewyc, E., & Zumbo, B. D. (2016, May 23). Is it getting better? An analytical method to test trends in health disparities, with tobacco use among sexual minority vs. heterosexual youth as an example [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0361955
Lyons, T., Shannon, K., Pierre, L., Small, W., Krüsi, A., & Kerr, T. (2015, May 7). A qualitative study of transgender individuals’ experiences in residential addiction treatment settings: stigma and inclusivity [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0223060
Lyons, T., Shannon, K., Richardson, L., Simo, A., Wood, E., & Kerr, T. (2016, August 31). Women who use drugs and have sex with women in a Canadian setting : Barriers to treatment enrollment and exposure to violence and homelessness [Article]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0355687
Lyons, T., Kerr, T., Duff, P., Feng, C., & Shannon, K. (2014, September 30). Youth, violence and non-injection drug use: Nexus of vulnerabilities among lesbian and bisexual sex workers [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0365761
Pakula, B., Shoveller, J., Ratner, P. A., & Carpiano, R. (2016). Prevalence and Co-Occurrence of Heavy Drinking and Anxiety and Mood Disorders Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Canadians. American journal of public health, 106(6), 1042–1048. https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2016.303083
Closson, K., Chown, S., Armstrong, H. L., Wang, L., Bacani, N., Ho, D., … Lachowsky, N. J. (2019, April 24). HIV leadership programming attendance is associated with PrEP and PEP awareness among young, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men in Vancouver, Canada [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0378448
Knight, R., Chabot, C., Carson, A., Thomson, K., Haag, D., Gilbert, M., & Shoveller, J. (2019, January 13). A qualitative analysis of the experiences of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men who use GetCheckedOnline.com : A comprehensive internet-based diagnostic service for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections [Article]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0376144
Marshall, B. D. L., Wood, E., Shoveller, J. A., Patterson, T. L., Montaner, J. S., & Kerr, T. (2011, January 7). Pathways to HIV risk and vulnerability among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered methamphetamine users : a multi-cohort gender-based analysis [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0221451
Ng, B. E., Moore, D., Michelow, W., Hogg, R., Gustafson, R., Robert, W., Kanters, S., Thumath, M., McGuire, M., & Gilbert, M. (2014). Relationship between disclosure of same-sex sexual activity to providers, HIV diagnosis and sexual health services for men who have sex with men in Vancouver, Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 105(3), e186–e191. https://doi.org/10.17269/cjph.105.4212
Sang, J., Cui, Z., Sereda, P., Armstrong, H. L., Olarewaju, G., Lal, A., … Lachowsky, N. (2021, March 19). Longitudinal event-level sexual risk and substance use among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men [A]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0397322