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    • LGBTQI2S Health and Wellness Design Jam in Vancouver Seeks to Bridge Gaps in Knowledge

      The sometimes slow speed of systems change is a common challenge in improving health and well-being—one that sometimes delays the positive impacts that research findings can have on people’s lives and the health care system. This challenge is being tackled head-on with a “design jam”-style event focusing on LGBTQI2S health and wellness, and organized by […]

    • Be part of setting an LGBTQ2S Health Research Agenda for Ontario

      We’re at an important time in the history of LGBTQ2S health research, with research in this area growing. However, there remain significant gaps in evidence, creating challenges for policy and programming initiatives. More comprehensive research can advance the needs of our communities by translating into better advocacy efforts, policy, programming and services. As part of […]

    • Sherbourne Health Centre welcomes news of C-16 passing third reading

      Sherbourne Health Centre welcomes news of C-16 passing third reading June 15, 2017 Sherbourne Health Centre, including Rainbow Health Ontario, is ecstatic that Bill C-16, An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code to include gender identity and expression, passed third reading in Canada’s Senate today. This long-overdue piece of […]