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Lesbian Gay Bi Youth Line

Provides a confidential peer support phone line for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth in Ontario. Works with other organizations and agencies to provide a network of support and information to lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, two-spirited and transgendered youth. Phone numbers: 1-800-268-YOUTH (1-800-268-9688) across Ontario, or (416) 962-YOUTH (962-9688) in the 416/905 local calling area.

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Lesbian and bisexual women's health project: tip sheet for health care providers

Provides a list of tips and suggestions for health care providers in order to ensure they take the important steps required to help improve care for theirlesbian and bisexual women patients.

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Published: 2001
Information needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered health care professionals: results of an Internet survey

Examines basic facts and considred opinions from health care professionals and students about the information needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered health care professionals and their interactions with medical librarians.

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Published: 2004
Women lovin’ women

Highlights some of the issues around HIV and sexually transmitted infections that affect women who have sex with women. Lists Toronto-area information services.

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Published: 2003
Women who have sex with women

Provides an overview for women who have sex with women of what HIV is and how it is spread. Gives suggestions on transmission prevention and where to get more information or help.

Busting out: breast health for lesbian & bisexual women

Presents a breast health brochure and poster for lesbian and bisexual women.

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Published: 2005
Creating a safe clinical environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) patients

Provides health care providers with ways to make their practice or clinic more welcoming and safe for their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex patients. Includes ideas to update the physical environment in their clinic, add or change intake and health history form questions, improve provider-patient interviews, and increase staff's knowledge about and sensitivity to their LGBTI patients.

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Published: 2003
Invoking community: rethinking the health of lesbian and bisexual women

Explores the meaning of community and its importance in lesbian and bisexual women's lives including its relationship to their health.

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Published: 2000
How to choose a care provider: a guide for choosing doctors and counsellors for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered pers

Provides guidance for choosing a medical or counselling care provider, intended for use by gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered and two-spirited individuals.

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Published: 1999
Making choices/taking chances: lesbian/bi/queer women assisted conception, and reproductive health

Interviews lesbian women throughout BC about their experiences with assisted conception, side effects of fertility drugs, grieving and sexual transmitted disease through donor insemination.

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Published: 2002