- Title Pages
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- List of abbreviations
- Notes on contributors
OneMuch to be desired
TwoBetween public neglect and private needs
ThreeQueering the pitch
FourLife in the Pink Dragon’s Den
FiveComing into view?
SixSocial services for LGBT young people in the United States
SevenUnique experiences and needs of LGBT older people
EightGood practice in health and social care provision for LGBT older people in the UK
NineA theoretical model for intervening in complex sexual behaviours
TenResearch and policy about end of life care for LGBT people in the UK
ElevenLGBT asylum seekers and health inequalities in the UK 1
TwelvePedagogy for unpacking heterosexist and cisgender bias in social work education in the United States
ThirteenMaximising research outcomes for trans children and their families in Canada
FourteenMental health inequalities among LGBT older people in the United States
FifteenStrategies for maximising participation from LGB people in internet surveying in the United States
SixteenGay and bisexual men raped by men
SeventeenQueering social work methods in health disparities and health promotion in the United States
Coming into view?
Coming into view?
The experiences of LGBT young people in the care system in Northern Ireland
- (p.99) Five Coming into view?
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans health inequalities
- Policy Press
This chapter considers the needs of LGBT young people in care. Relevant literature is examined and discussed with reference to the social ecology of care and concepts of minority stress and resilience. These are explored within the context of Northern Ireland. It is recognised that resources and expertise focused specifically on the needs, rights and expectations of care experienced LGBT young people are required.
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