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Network Administration

In this section you will find all the administration documents for the National Ambulance LGBT Network.

Useful Documents

Hidden Figures: LGBT Health Inequalities in the UK

In March 2020 the LGBT Foundation launched a new report which looks at all the different health inequalities impacting on LGBT people. This is an incredibly comprehensive report, divided into three sections; Starting Well, Living Well and Ageing Well. The report does not draw conclusions or make recommendations, assuming that health providers will draw on the information to understand how they can improve their services and make them more inclusive.

If you don't have time to browse the full report be sure to read LGBT Health Inequalities at a Glance (Page 9) for the most up to date list of challenges facing LGBT people.

Stamping Out Poor Attitudes - Journal of Paramedic Practice Article

National Ambulance LGBT Network Patient Experience Lead, Alex Ewings, wrote this article after London Pride in 2019. It gives a flavour of the fantastic work being done by London Ambulance Service and the National Network, and reinforces the message behind Pride. This article appeared in the August 2019 edition of the Journal of Paramedic Practice.

National Ambulance LGBT Network Conference 2017 - Journal of Paramedic Practice Article

Alistair Gunn, Network Chair, and John Renshaw, Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science at Coventry University, wrote this article which appeared in the February 2018 edition of the Journal of Paramedic Practice. 

These articles are reporduced here with the kind permission of the Journal of Paramedic Practice.


LGBT Action Plan 2018

In 2018 the Government Equalities Office released this comprehensive report which sets out the priorities for improving the lives of LGBT people in the United Kingdom.

Stonewall Report: LGBT in Britain - Health

In 2018 Stonewall released this important report which provides an insight into the health inequalities of LGBT people and outlines the experiences of people interacting with our health services.

This report is included here with the kind permission of Stonewall. 

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