LGBTQ Resources

Happy Pride Month! In celebration and support of the LGBTQ+ community, PRIM&R has expanded a series of free, related resources to promote research that respects and incorporates the experiences and realities of LGBTQ+ individuals. These resources may be useful for improving practices at your institution, fostering discussion among staff and stakeholders, and identifying areas for change.

Recordings

AER17 Session C19: Situational Vulnerability—Considerations and Safeguards When Exploring Gender Identity, Social/Economic Challenges, and At-Risk Behavior
Sean Cahill, PhD; John A. Guidry, PhD

AER17 Panel V: Social, Behavioral, and Biomedical Transgender Research—Needs and Challenges
Moderator: Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH, MA
Speakers: Sean Cahill, PhD; Rimah Jaber

Materials

AER16 Session C20: Populations on the Edge—The Homeless, Substance Abusers, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Community, and More
Cynthia A. Gómez, PhD; John A. Guidry, PhD; Amy Ahrens Terpstra, MSW
Slides
Handout

AER16 Session E6: Ethical Risks and Remedies for Recruiting and Obtaining Consent in Adolescent Risk Research Involving Sexual and Gender Minority Youth (SGMY) Celia B. Fisher, PhD
Slides

External Resources

LGBT Foundation
Ethical Research: Good Practice Guide to Researching LGBT Communities and Issues

The Hastings Center
Special Report: LGBT Bioethics—Visibility, Disparities, and Dialogue