The GLMA Handbook on LGBT Health
GLMA is proud to announce the publication of The GLMA Handbook on LGBT Health, a comprehensive resource bringing the full scope of LGBT health concerns, prevention, and treatment options into clear and approachable language. Written by LGBT healthcare professionals, the Handbook also explores the impact of public policy, political, and resource/funding issues on the health and well-being of LGBT people.
The two-volume Handbook examines a broad range of topics crucial to the health of LGBT people. Volume One is devoted to the overall health of the LGBT population and
preventive care, while Volume Two examines disease management. Additional topics covered include sexual health, intersections of race and sexuality, and LGBT health worldwide, as well as the concerns of specific populations including elders, families, youth, and transgender individuals.
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GLMA would like to extend our profound appreciation to all the contributors to the Handbook, and in particular to the editors, who include Vincent Silenzio and Laura Erickson-Schroth, for the considerable time and energy they devoted to this project.
We are especially indebted to the genius editor and GLMA Past President Jason Schneider, whose dedication and vision made the Handbook a reality.