Health

General Description of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in Mujer Sana-Healthy Woman (Research Brief No. I.C)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

General Description of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in the COPASA for Women Project (Research Brief No. I.B)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

General Description of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adolescents & Young Adults in the Eon Project (Research Brief No. I.A)

by Korchmaros, J. D., Stevens, S., Luibhéid, E. and Zimmerman, C.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Harassment & Abuse of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adolescents & Young Adults in the Eon Project (Research Brief No. II.A)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Social Support of LGBTQQ individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adolescents & Young in the Eon Project (Research Brief No. III.A)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Harassment & Abuse of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in the COPASA for Women Project (Research Brief No. II.B)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Social Support of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in the COPASA for Women Project (Research Brief No. III.B)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Harassment & Abuse of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in Mujer Sana-Healthy Woman (Research Brief No. II.C)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Social Support of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in Mujer Sana-Healthy Woman (Research Brief No. III.C)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.

Social Support of LGBTQQ Individuals in AZ: LGBTQQ Adult Women in HerStory to Health (Research Brief No. III.D)

by Korchmaros, J. D. and Stevens, S.
2010
University of Arizona and Southwest Institute for Research on Women
This brief was produced with funding by the Institute for LGBT Studies.
Note: This brief presents findings from research designed to improve the health and well-being of high risk populations in Arizona. As such, it describes a very specific subpopulation of LGBTQ individuals who are not representative of all LGBTQ individuals living in Arizona.