Youth who are targeted by violence and discrimination are faced with distinct health inequities. Our focus is to identify resilience factors in spite of this stigma.
We want to learn about what it's like for youth who have come out (or haven't yet) to their parents and/or caregivers. That means talking to parents too. Would you like to share your experience? Sign up today for a focus group or an interview with our team. Participants will be compensated.
It's an exciting time for our team right now and we have several opportunities to get involved with our research, including job opportunities, contract opportunities, and volunteer opportunities.
The University of British Columbia is leading a survey called "Asking about sex, gender, and youth health: A pilot study." L’Université de la Colombie-Britannique mène une enquête intitulée « Questions sur le sexe, le genre et la santé des jeunes : étude pilote ».