Category: Monitoring and Research

The home page for this category is the Research and Policy project page.

National LGBTI Health Alliance Welcomes Royal Commission into Aged Care

MEDIA RELEASE 17 September 2018  National LGBTI Health Alliance Welcomes Royal Commission into Aged Care The National LGBTI Health Alliance welcomes the announcement yesterday by the Federal Government of a Royal Commission into aged care, noting that the current significant reforms already underway to improve safety and quality of aged care must continue without delay…. Continue reading National LGBTI Health Alliance Welcomes Royal Commission into Aged Care »

2015 Rainbow Research Survey

SURVEY NOW CLOSED. Click here to complete the survey now! Calling all data collectors and researchers in Australia! Have you ever been involved in … collecting information about any people in Australia in formal or informal contexts? designing, conducting, and/or analysing general population research? designing, conducting, and/or analysing research with specific populations? If you said… Continue reading 2015 Rainbow Research Survey »

Research project: Coping with stress after a loved one is placed in an aged care facility

A University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) research project is aiming to help families cope with the ongoing stress that follows the placement of elderly loved ones into aged care facilities. USC Master of Clinical Psychology student, Amanda Axsentieff, is leading the project called Finding Benefits Study, which is being run in conjunction with Queensland… Continue reading Research project: Coping with stress after a loved one is placed in an aged care facility »

Research & Policy

The Alliance provides a national voice on policy related to the health and wellbeing of LGBTI people. Our aim is to provide an informed voice, consult widely, be inclusive, and dynamically responsive to the needs of LGBTI populations.

Courageous Voices

LGBTIQ Identities, Intersections, Inclusion and Mental Health

Key points from the MindOut Conference presentation by Ruth McNair June 2014 Click here for more information about the MindOUT! Courageous Voices Conference  The mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people is more likely to be worse than that of the general population. Population based results from the Australian National… Continue reading LGBTIQ Identities, Intersections, Inclusion and Mental Health »

180 Days of Data

What the early QLife national data indicates for the next phase of the six-member collaboration By Ross Jacobs – Qlife National Clinical Director While the QLife Project, an initiative of five State-based Gay and Lesbian Counselling Services and the National LGBTI Health Alliance, is not yet a year old, the emerging data set of how any… Continue reading 180 Days of Data »