Medical providers who work primarily with LGBTQ+ clients/patients are included to take the 2nd Annual State of LGBTQ+ Health National Survey, sponsored by the National Coalition for LGBTQ Health. Providers that are encouraged to participate include:
- Doctors of Medicine,
- Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine,
- Physician Assistants,
- Nurse Practitioners,
- Registered Nurses,
- Community Health Workers,
- Behavioral and Mental Health Providers,
- Social Workers, and
LGBTQ people experience higher rates of mental and behavioral health conditions, including depression and substance use. How is your organization addressing these needs?
As a valued healthcare provider, your distinct perspective will help the community better understand the current landscape of this and other healthcare issues in the LGBTQ community. By taking the State of LGBTQ Health™ Second Annual National Survey, you will be sharing your views on a wide range of topics, including:
- Overcoming barriers to health equity,
- Improving transgender health and gender affirming care,
- Facilitators and barriers to HIV prevention and care,
- Meeting the increased demand for behavioral healthcare,
- Mitigating workforce burnout, and
- Determining training priorities.
Your responses will help create relevant advocacy, education, research, and training activities for healthcare professionals involved in LGBTQ health.