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  • Original presentation from the session: PRESENTATION
  • National statistics – sexual orientation – Excel spreadsheet
  • Excerpt – Health and Social Care and LGBT Communities “The Office for National Statistics conducted an audit of public datasets and found that, of 108 health datasets, only 23 included sexual orientation monitoring in datasets in England. Only four datasets included gender identity, and three of these were surveys specifically aimed at LGBT people” – Pdf doc
  • Excerpt – Kings Fund Podcast If you’re not counted – “You know, we are none of us walking around with just one characteristic or one experience. We’re all a richly diverse mix of our ethnicities and sex and sexual orientation and gender identity and our religion or whether or not we have a disability and where we were born and where we live and what jobs we do and our disposable income. All of those create complex pictures which means that, as much as possible … and this is difficult sometimes when you’re think of it from a large-scale national point of view or even from a service point of view, but it’s about really trying to always give thought to that individuality and not using too broad brush an approach around health inequalities” Podcast and transcript on a Webpage
  • Excerpt – The Politics of LGBT+ Health Inequality: Conclusions from a UK Scoping Review – “This thin evidence base is partly due to national policy discussions of LGBT+ health inequality that are framed within a depoliticised ‘it’s getting better’ narrative, and an unwillingness to adequately acknowledge the unjust social and economic relations that produce LGBT+ health inequality” Article on a Webpage
  • Make Every Contact Count – Webpage
  • This is a good video when thinking about Difficult Conversations – produced by Dying Matters