Support for Professionals
Support for professionals
Support for professionals
Support for people working with LGBTIQ+ people affected by cancer.
People describe our webinars as “Informative, interactive and empowering”. We regularly receive high ratings for the quality of our speakers, slides and interactive features with fantastic reflective learning and commitments to improved practice.
“Honestly the best teaching I’ve had in years!”
– Sinead Cope, Maggie’s Centre Head
“Very helpful and informative session. Really enjoyed it and it makes me feel more confident in this very complex area. Thank you. Please continue offering these sessions!”
– GP Registrar
“One of the best presentations/sessions I have experienced. Really informative and eye opening. Great speaker and good level of interaction. Thank you.”
– Bexley GP
“I’d recommend any healthcare professional to undertake this training.”
– Cancer Nurse
Build a campaign
We work with commissioners and funders to build ground-breaking health campaigns to improve both the visibility and the quality of information available.
We work directly with our community through co-creation workshops, bridging the gap between LGBTIQ+ people and healthcare services to deliver eye-catching campaigns that speak directly to our community. Our funders and collaborators often choose to pair one of our campaigns directly with an education programme to maximise their impact, and we recommend it!
To discuss how we could work together, head over to our contact form and get in touch.
At the forefront of new developments
We’re publish research and are at the forefront of new developments in LGBTIQ+ cancer. We also listen to our community and hear directly from people going through cancer every day about their experiences.
Check out these links to some of the papers published by our team:
An evaluation of self-perceived knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of UK oncologists about LGBTQ+ patients with cancer
Attitudes of transgender men and non-binary people to cervical screening: a cross-sectional mixed-methods study in the UK
Prevalence of cancer risk factors among transgender and gender diverse individuals: a cross-sectional analysis using UK primary care data
NEW course coming soon
Our team is developing an online course with Guys Cancer Academy. The course will be the most comprehensive LGBTIQ+ Cancer Education programme available in the UK.
To join the waiting list for this brand new programme please register your interest by joining the waiting list.
OUTpatients (formerly Live Through This) provides a safe space for anyone who identifies as part of the queer spectrum and has had an experience with any kind of cancer – at any stage. For more support alternatives, please use the following links.