HiD 2018

Making Australia better for trans young people: moving forward with the findings from Trans Pathways

Description Trans Pathways is the largest study ever conducted with trans young people in Australia on their mental health and experiences with accessing health services. Trans Pathways was an online, mixed-methods survey conducted with trans young people aged 14-25 years and parents of trans young people 25 and younger (trans young people n=859, parents/guardians n=194)…. Continue reading Making Australia better for trans young people: moving forward with the findings from Trans Pathways »

The stories that inspired MSM to become participatory agents of change within their communities ‰- where men share intimate details about their sexual practices, drug use, becoming HIV positive and everything in between.

Description This presentation explores unexpected outcomes and learnings from the Staying Negative Campaign – both through anecdotal feedback and from an evaluation undertaken in 2017. The campaign was initially developed in 2004 to address everyday issues that affect the overall health and well being of gay and bisexual men who have sex with men (MSM),… Continue reading The stories that inspired MSM to become participatory agents of change within their communities ‰- where men share intimate details about their sexual practices, drug use, becoming HIV positive and everything in between. »

Gender & Sexuality ‰- supporting parents, carers and families

Description This workshop is an introduction to my training package for professionals working with parents/carers and families (PC&F) of LGBTIQ+ people. It will be a practical, informative and interactive workshop exploring the complexities, benefits and joys of working in this area. We will explore the wants and needs of families and how we can hear… Continue reading Gender & Sexuality ‰- supporting parents, carers and families »

Self determination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ Brotherboys and Sistergirls

Description This workshop will explore self-determination from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ Brotherboys and Sistergirls perspective and how any initiatives relating to improving health outcomes for us must involve us as decision makers, not just advisors, in the design, implementation and evaluation of such initiatives. Presenters Kelly Roberts | ddtat64@gamil.com