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Systematic review on health care professionals' competencies in the care of LGBT+ individuals

Willian Roger DULLIUS, Lara Barros MARTINS, Vanessa Monteiro CESNIK
2019 Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas)  
Of the 17 included articles, most were published in North American countries. There is a need for training and formal protocols within institutions. Training had positive results.  ...  This review encompasses both national and international literature about training needs analyses for health care professionals working with the LGBT+ population.  ...  MARTINS, study design and planning of the research project, obtaining and analyzing data, writing and reviewing the manuscript. V.M.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1982-0275201936e180171 fatcat:iphlqfdgkbgp5lo2ggcehcahky

Motivators and Barriers to Accessing Sexual Health Care Services for Transgender/Genderqueer Individuals Assigned Female Sex at Birth

Christine Y.W. Harb, Lauren E. Pass, Isabella C. De Soriano, Adelaide Zwick, Paul A. Gilbert
2019 Transgender Health  
We identified one facilitating factor (health care provider's role and relationship) and three inhibiting factors (availability of competent care; distress about seeking sexual health care; health care  ...  Despite growing awareness, scant research has focused on the sexual health care experiences of this population in Midwestern and rural states.  ...  Characteristics of the health care setting Beyond individual and interpersonal barriers, the health care setting was an important contextual factor.  ... 
doi:10.1089/trgh.2018.0022 pmid:31032422 pmcid:PMC6484346 fatcat:e5slrtblsrhenkihumpjqk222a

A systematic review and meta-analysis of victimisation and mental health prevalence among LGBTQ+ young people with experiences of self-harm and suicide

A. Jess Williams, Christopher Jones, Jon Arcelus, Ellen Townsend, Aikaterini Lazaridou, Maria Michail, Vincenzo De Luca
2021 PLoS ONE  
Objectives The first systematic review and meta-analysis to investigate the prevalence of risks among young people throughout the LGBTQ+ umbrella with experiences across the dimension of self-harm, suicidal  ...  Results Victimisation and mental health were key risk factors across the dimension self-harm and suicide identified through all analyses.  ...  Suicidal thoughts and behaviors among LGBTQ youth: metaanalyses and a systematic review.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0245268 pmid:33481862 fatcat:3jywilrnlndwxj7qcafwrphsbm

Current Research Involving LGBTQ People in Malaysia: A Scoping Review Informed by a Health Equity Lens

Kyle Kar Hou Tan, Trans Health Research Lab, School of Psychology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, Kai Wei Lee, Zien Wei Cheong, Department of Pre-Clinical Sciences, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Selangor, Malaysia, School of Education, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
2021 Journal of Population and Social Studies  
The present study comprises a scoping review of existing Malaysian studies involving LGBTQ people, as we set out to provide an overview of study characteristics, research methods, and literature gaps.  ...  Our review noted many Malaysian LGBTQ studies explicitly focused on related topics of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) (41%), men who have sex with men (39%), trans women (30%), and people from Kuala  ...  Acknowledgment of sexual orientation was a form of selfacceptance for participants. Concealment of gay and Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.25133/jpssv292021.038 fatcat:bbtabyae4ng7tlqefx2h72vnky

Cyberbullying and Children and Young People's Mental Health: A Systematic Map of Systematic Reviews

Irene Kwan, Kelly Dickson, Michelle Richardson, Wendy MacDowall, Helen Burchett, Claire Stansfield, Ginny Brunton, Katy Sutcliffe, James Thomas
2020 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking  
Closer examination of the moderating factors influencing cyberbullying behaviors in future research can advance our understanding and inform the development of tailored programs of intervention to mitigate  ...  To review the highest level of available evidence, a systematic mapping review was conducted to identify systematic reviews that investigated the relationship between cyberbullying and mental and psychological  ...  Funding Information This report was commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Policy Research Programme (PRP) for the Department of Health and Social Care, UK.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cyber.2019.0370 pmid:31977251 pmcid:PMC7044782 fatcat:nbgnkgnxxvdblkn4iyzbqwxcmi

Accommodation‐based interventions for individuals experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness

Ciara Keenan, Sarah Miller, Jennifer Hanratty, Therese D. Pigott, Peter Mackie, John Cowman, Christopher Coughlan, Jayne Hamilton, Suzanne Fitzpatrick
2021 Campbell Systematic Reviews  
Objectives: This review examines the effectiveness of accommodation-based approaches on outcomes including housing stability, health, employment, crime, wellbeing, and cost for individuals experiencing  ...  Stage one mapped included studies in an existing systematic review on homelessness, stage two was an extensive search of 17 academic databases, three EGM databases, and eight systematic review databases  ...  We express thanks to the Editorial staff of the Social Welfare Coordinating Group and the many anonymous reviewers who provided thoughtful and constructive comments at all stages of the review process.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cl2.1165 fatcat:ultu2euejvel3k4zzqo7pburku

Treatment Access Barriers and Disparities Among Individuals with Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: An Integrative Literature Review

Mary Ann Priester, Teri Browne, Aidyn Iachini, Stephanie Clone, Dana DeHart, Kristen D. Seay
2016 Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment  
Narrative review of these articles resulted in the identification of two primary barriers to treatment access for individuals with COD: personal characteristics barriers and structural barriers.  ...  The purpose of this integrative review is to examine and synthesize extant literature pertaining to barriers to substance abuse and mental health treatment for persons with co-occurring substance use and  ...  Points of view in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of SCDHHS or the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsat.2015.09.006 pmid:26531892 pmcid:PMC4695242 fatcat:f67b2mg56fdxbhz2szyjnh5wky

Barriers to Accessing Health Care in Rural Regions by Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Diverse People: A Case-Based Scoping Review

Janis Renner, Wiebke Blaszcyk, Lars Täuber, Arne Dekker, Peer Briken, Timo O. Nieder
2021 Frontiers in Endocrinology  
At the same time, rural or suburban living areas often lack specialized trans-related health care, which a majority of trans people rely on to some extent.  ...  The scoping review analyzes the impact of place of residence and its intersection with barriers to accessing trans-related health care.  ...  Results of a systematic review on LGBTQ+ health and health care show that people belonging to SGM and living in rural areas have come to anticipate discriminatory health care based on former experience  ... 
doi:10.3389/fendo.2021.717821 pmid:34867775 pmcid:PMC8637736 fatcat:stsyup3qdne2xotiza7djcmx5y

Stigma-based bullying interventions: A systematic review

Valerie A. Earnshaw, Sari L. Reisner, David D. Menino, V. Paul Poteat, Laura M. Bogart, Tia N. Barnes, Mark A. Schuster
2018 Developmental Review  
To characterize the existing landscape of these interventions, we conducted a systematic review of stigma-based bullying interventions targeting youth in any country published in the peer-reviewed literature  ...  Intervening specifically on stigmarelated factors is essential to end stigma-based bullying and improve the wellbeing of youth living with socially devalued characteristics.  ...  Acknowledgments Funding: This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or notfor-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dr.2018.02.001 pmid:30220766 pmcid:PMC6135094 fatcat:2hosskdtjvarzo6jwg5alkvu74

Influences on uptake of and engagement with health and wellbeing smartphone apps: a systematic review. (Preprint)

Dorothy Szinay, Andy Jones, Tim Chadborn, Jamie Brown, Felix Naughton
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Across a wide range of populations and behaviors, 26 factors relating to capability, opportunity, and motivation appear to influence the uptake of and engagement with health and well-being smartphone apps  ...  We conducted a systematic review of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods studies.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Mathew Smith, Academic Librarian for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of East Anglia, and Nicola Pearce-Smith, senior information  ... 
doi:10.2196/17572 pmid:32348255 fatcat:jtewa3iywff4xll4wxgwipwcku

A scoping review of health-related stigma outcomes for high-burden diseases in low- and middle-income countries

Jeremy C. Kane, Melissa A. Elafros, Sarah M. Murray, Ellen M. H. Mitchell, Jura L. Augustinavicius, Sara Causevic, Stefan D. Baral
2019 BMC Medicine  
However, the literature discussing the relationship between stigma and health outcomes is largely fragmented within disease-specific siloes, thus limiting the identification of common moderators or mechanisms  ...  through which stigma potentiates adverse health outcomes as well as the development of broadly relevant stigma mitigation interventions.  ...  Acknowledgments This article is part of a collection that draws upon a 2017 workshop on stigma research and global health, which was organized by the Fogarty International Center, National Institute of  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12916-019-1250-8 pmid:30764819 pmcid:PMC6376728 fatcat:6ncw45aof5fxdpjc3fefb3immm

Trajectories of women's abortion-related care: A conceptual framework

Ernestina Coast, Alison H. Norris, Ann M. Moore, Emily Freeman
2018 Social Science and Medicine  
It 2 assembles for the first time all of the known factors influencing a trajectory and encourages readers to 3 consider the ways these macro-and micro-level factors operate in multiple and sometimes conflicting  ...  There is increased recognition of 34 the scale and consequences of unsafe abortion, including the costs for both women and health systems, in 35 a range of legal settings (Singh et al., 2014) .  ...  Re-revisiting Andersen's Behavioral Model of Health 611 Services Use: a systematic review of studies from 1998-2011. GMS Psycho-Social-Medicine, , A. (1977).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.01.035 pmid:29421467 fatcat:vbwhfoxgnnbu7hy4rkt34zw7aa

Social-Ecological Barriers to Access to Healthcare for Adolescents: A Scoping Review

Whitney Garney, Kelly Wilson, Kobi V Ajayi, Sonya Panjwani, Skylar M Love, Sara Flores, Kristen Garcia, Christi Esquivel
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
While these types of programs provide some relief, the issue of healthcare access goes beyond insurance coverage and includes an array of ecological factors that hinder youths from receiving services.  ...  Healthcare access for adolescents is a systems-level problem requiring a multifaceted approach that considers complex and adaptive behaviors.  ...  Data Organization Using the Social-Ecological Model The SEM posits that individual health behavior influences and is influenced by characteristics within the environment [17] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18084138 pmid:33919813 pmcid:PMC8070789 fatcat:d3igugofijgppic5sswj6yvckq

LGBTQI + Migrants: A Systematic Review and Conceptual Framework of Health, Safety and Wellbeing during Migration

Vanessa Yarwood, Francesco Checchi, Karen Lau, Cathy Zimmerman
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This systematic review aims to describe the literature on the health risks and consequences among SOGIE migrants during transit and examine their access and use of services.  ...  Six peer-reviewed databases and websites of nine large migration organisations were searched to identify the literature on forced migrants and sexual and gender minorities.  ...  We also thank Eirene Chen and the 2021 UNHCR-IE SOGI Global Roundtable on Protection and Solutions for LGBTIQ+ People in Forced Displacement for guidance and direction.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19020869 pmid:35055698 pmcid:PMC8775429 fatcat:bqtkrnuohjekzenzflpza43blu

Protective Factors for LGBTI+ Youth Wellbeing: A Scoping Review Underpinned by Recognition Theory

Nerilee Ceatha, Aaron C. C. Koay, Conor Buggy, Oscar James, Louise Tully, Marta Bustillo, Des Crowley
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This scoping review underscores the need to move beyond the predominant focus on risk factors for LGBTI+ youth, which subsequently inform protectionist approaches.  ...  Considerable research has been undertaken regarding the mental health inequalities experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI+) youth as a consequence of societal and individual  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge the pivotal role of the consultations, which provided rich insights and greatly enhanced this review.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182111682 pmid:34770199 pmcid:PMC8583439 fatcat:ci4ivcfqujfflgk5bnqlrhjzza
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