5 edition of The Sourcebook on lesbian/gay health care found in the catalog.
The Sourcebook on lesbian/gay health care
|Statement||edited by Michael Shernoff, William A. Scott.|
|Contributions||Shernoff, Michael, 1951-, Scott, William A., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||RA564.9.H65 S68 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||425 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||88092653|
Background. In , the American Psychiatric Association removed the diagnosis of homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), Second Edition, 2, 3 and issued a position statement in support of gay and lesbian civil rights. 4 All major professional mental health organizations have since gone on record to affirm that homosexuality is not a mental disorder. Published by the American College of Physicians in conjunction with Fenway Health of Boston, The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health is designed to teach medical providers about the unique health care needs of sexual minorities. Fenway Community Health is a community-based research and treatment center with more than 35 years of experience providing .
The health care needs of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) have received significant attention from policymakers in the last several years. Recent reports from the Institute of Medicine, Healthy People , and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality have all highlighted the need for such long-overdue attention. HEALTH BENEFITS OF MARRIAGE. Better access to health care is known to translate into lower mortality. Wilper et al. reported in that uninsured adults have a 40% higher relative risk of death than do insured adults (after multivariate analysis controlling for demographic, health, and socioeconomic status). 16 In a recent study by Ponce et al. evaluating the effects of unequal access to.
Mental health counseling and support groups that are sensitive to the needs of gay and bisexual men can be especially useful if you are coming to terms with your sexual orientation or are experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health problems. While many gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men may not seek care from a. Health Care Strategies for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older Adults, P. Burbank, G. Burkholder, and P. Fournier Part V: Older Adults with HIV/AIDS Health Issues of Older Adults with HIV/AIDS, C.A. Emlet and K.M. Nokes.
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As a sourcebook on many mental health issues, Gay and Lesbian Mental Health covers eleven principle issues that gays and lesbians may face during their lifetimes, and it suggests ways for readers to begin improving the lives of gays and lesbians in many different areas, including parenting, eating disorders, coming out, aging, gay men's self-image, dual needs of ethnic Cited by: Sourcebook on lesbian/gay health care.
Washington, D.C.: National Lesbian/Gay Health Foundation, © (OCoLC) Online version: Sourcebook on lesbian/gay health care.
Washington, D.C.: National Lesbian/Gay Health Foundation, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Shernoff; William A Scott. A practical guide for health care professionals working with gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals, Gay and Lesbian Mental Health offers suggestions and steps for effective intervention, support, and guidance based on sound research, clinical interviews, and clinical experience/5(2).
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Healthcare: A Clinical Guide to Preventive, Primary, and Specialist Care 1st ed. Edition by Kristen Eckstrand (Editor), Jesse M. Ehrenfeld (Editor)/5(4).
Health Care Disparities and the LGBT Population addresses a people whose lack of health care access, including mistreatment and refusal of services, are often omitted from discussions about health care and insurance reform.
Research suggests that LGBT people experience worse health outcomes than their heterosexual counterparts/5(3). It provides an overview of critical health care issues for lesbians and gay men and offers concrete suggestions to health practitioners and social workers on how to Health Care for Lesbians and Gay Men educates practitioners about the special needs of gay and lesbian patients and how to look critically at the impact of homophobia and heterosexism on the provision of care.
Books shelved as lgbt-health: The Health Of Sexual Minorities: Public Health Perspectives On Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Transgender Population by Ilan H. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals experience unique health disparities.
Although the acronym LGBT is used as an umbrella term, and the health needs of this community are often grouped together, each of these letters represents a distinct population with its own health concerns. Furthermore, among lesbians, gay men, bisexual men and women, and transgender.
IMPROVING THE HEALTH CARE OF LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER (LGBT) PEOPLE: Understanding and Eliminating Health Disparities Kevin L Ard MD, MPH1, and Harvey J Makadon2 MD The National LGBT Health Education Center, The Fenway Institute1,2; Brigham and Women’s Hospital1; and Harvard Medical School1,2, Boston, MA.
INTRODUCTION. National Gay Health Education Foundation Inc. () Sourcebook on Lesbian/Gay Health Care (New York). Among older gay women, the main source of information, in most cases, is other gay women, preferably the sexual partner, causing the prevention of certain diseases to be seen as ‘the couples business’ and not as something that should be shared with a health care professional, which increases susceptibility to aggravations.
Former president Barack Obama's administration changed federal health care guidelines in to expand sex-based protections based to include. The Health of Sexual Minorities achieves all three aims. The first book of its kind, this resource offers a multidimensional picture of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health across clinical and social disciplines to give readers a full and nuanced understanding of these diverse s: 4.
Get the comprehensive resource for LGBT public health issues. Public health services for sexual minorities have suffered from practitioners'' lack of knowledge about sexual or gender orientation, specific health concerns, and inherent system homophobia and heterosexism.
The Handbook of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Public Health: A Practitioner''s Guide to Service provides a unique.
OVERVIEW. The health care needs of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) have received significant attention from policymakers in the last several years. Recent reports from the Institute of Medicine, Healthy Peopleand the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality have all highlighted the need for such long-overdue attention.
DOI link for The Handbook of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Public Health. The Handbook of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Public Health book.
Introduction. Attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people have shifted significantly in the last few decades. Advancements in human rights (such as access to legal marriage and anti-discrimination legislation), and the decrease in criminalisation and medicalisation of homosexuality have resulted in LGBT people becoming more visible, including in our health care.
expression. Many avoid or delay care or receive inappropriate or inferior care because of perceived or real homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and discrimination by health care providers and institutions. Homophobia in medical practice is a reality.
A survey of nursing students showed that 8–12% “despised” lesbian, gay, and bisexual. For one of the new studies released this week, James Dahlhamer of the CDC and colleagues analyzed data from the National Health Interview Survey, collected from gay or lesbian people.
American College of Physicians (ACP), Editors: Harvey Makadon, MD, Jennifer Potter, MD, Kenneth Mayer, MD and Hilary Goldhammer, MS of the Fenway Institute, Fenway Health This new 2nd edition of The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health reflects clinical and social changes since the publication of the first edition.Health Care for Lesbians and Gay Men starts with special issues confronting adolescents and the special role health care providers can play in supporting the struggles of lesbian and gay adolescents.
It then continues to look at these issues over the life cycle. Three themes emerge as authors try to explain problems and possible solutions for Reviews: 1.Paroski PA., Jr Health care delivery and the concerns of gay and lesbian adolescents.
J Adolesc Health Care. Mar; 8 (2)– Harvey SM, Carr C, Bernheine S. Lesbian mothers. Health care experiences. J Nurse Midwifery. May-Jun; 34 (3)– Cochran SD, Mays VM. Disclosure of sexual preference to physicians by black lesbian.