I am a Researcher or Policy Professional

If you are conducting 2SLGBTQ health research, please visit our LGBT2SQ health research listings where you can see open research, promote your study and get help finding 2SLGBTQ participants. Be sure to also join our health researcher database to connect with your peers and see their projects.

If you are a policy professional, you can find evidence-based information in our Resource Library to support your work or visit the research and policy area of the website to see RHO’s work on advisory committees and partnerships.

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Open 2SLGBTQ health research

Running until April 30, 2025

PACT Adult Study

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Running until December 31, 2024

Exploring care experiences and expectations in transgender and gender diverse individuals living with inflammatory bowel disease in Canada

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Running until July 1, 2024

The MEND (Meaningfully Empowering the NeuroDiverse) Initiative: Helping Autistic Adults in the Greater Toronto Area Express their Mental Health Needs

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2SLGBTQ Health Research

Featured Resources for Researchers and Policy Professionals

Trans and non-binary children and youth: a roadmap for improving services in Ontario

Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO), a program of Sherbourne Health, led a needs assessment to learn about ongoing concerns and challenges faced by trans and non-binary children and youth; their parents and caregivers; and…

Two-Spirit and LGBTQ Indigenous Health

This fact sheet summarizes research on Two-Spirit and LGBTQ Indigenous health, in an effort to introduce and familiarize settlers with the barriers faced in the community.


advisory committees and partnerships

RHO sat on the advisory committee for this project to improve care for trans survivors of sexual assault, led by Janice Dumont at Women’s College Hospital.

RHO is a community partner for this project aimed at decreasing suicide rates in London, ON and the surrounding regions.

RHO is a research partner in this study designed to improve the quality of fertility decision-making for young cancer patients in Canada.