Network MindOUT Webinar: Out with cancer

Do LGBTQI+ people with cancer have unique needs and experiences?   

1pm. Tuesday 15 September via Zoom.


LGBTIQ+ people with cancer have been described as an invisible diversity in cancer care.  As a result, health care providers are often ill-equipped to provide culturally-competent advice or assistance.

The ARC funded ‘Out with Cancer’ study is addressing this knowledge gap: exploring LGBTQI+ cancer survivorship and care, from the perspective of cancer survivors, their partners and healthcare professionals.

In this webinar, join Professor Jane Ussher from the ‘Out with Cancer’ Study, and a panel of LGBTQI+ people with lived experiences, to discuss preliminary study findings, including photo-voice, interview and survey results.

Register here

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