Institutional Reports on LGBTQI Health

LGBT health toolkit

Top Health Issues for LGBT Populations Information & Resource Kit

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), published in 2012

Intersex Society Report

Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Disorders of Sex Development in Childhood

Intersex Society of America (ISNA), published in 2006

California LGBT resource

First, Do No Harm: Reducing Disparities for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Populations in California

Poshi Mikalson Walker, Seth Pardo, and Jamison Green. Prepared for the Office of Health Equity at the California Department of Public Health, 2012.

UCDavis Health resource

Building Partnerships: Conversations with LGBTQ Youth About Mental Health Needs and Community Strengths

UC Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities, published in 2009

Research from our Participants

Hastings center electronic health culture

Eliminating LGBTQQI Health Disparities: The Associated Roles of Electronic Health Records and Institutional Culture

Edward J. Callahan, Shea Hazarian, Mark Yarborough, and John Paul Sánchez. The Hastings Center Report, 2014.

Academic Medicine

Introducing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity into the Electronic Health Record: One Academic Health Center’s Experience

Edward J. Callahan, Nicole Sitkin, Hendry Ton, W. Suzanne Eidson-Ton, Julie Weckstein, and Darin Latimore. Academic Medicine, 2015.

HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Transgender Women: A Subgroup Analysis of the iPrEx Trial

Madeline Deutsch, David V Glidden, Jae Sevelius, Joanne Keatley, Vanessa McMahan, Juan Guanira, Esper G Kallas, Suwat Chariyalertsak, Robert M Grant, and iPrEx investigators. The Lancet HIV, 2015.

Minority Stress Predicts Depression in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Emerging Adults via Elevated Diurnal Cortisol

Luis A. Parra, Michael Benibgui, Jonathan L. Helm, Paul D. Hastings. Emerging Adulthood, 2016.

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Health Resources Map

Our Health Resources Map features LGBTQ+ health and advocacy resources from every region in California, as well as nationally. We plan this map to be a growing and expanding source of information as we gain input from healthcare providers, advocates, social services providers and, of course, patients.

If you know of an LGBTQ+ champion organization in your community, please submit their information to