LGBT Switchboard and the Trans Alliance have launched a new pilot project to strengthen health services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people in Brighton and Hove. The LGBTQ Inclusion Award is a supported quality assurance scheme to which aims to give primary care service providers the tools to meet LGBTQ people’s needs. Through training, bespoke support and sharing specialist knowledge, GP practices will become safer spaces for LGBTQ patients. Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group is funding the pilot project and which initially focusses on GP practices in Cluster 3: Preston Park Surgery, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Stanford Medical Centre and Warmdene Surgery.
£22,443 – £24, 472 pro rata (£13,762 – £14,683 actual) 21 hours a week – Brighton, East Sussex Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard is a charity supporting the LGBTQ community in Brighton and Hove and the surrounding area. We are currently looking for a LGBTQ Engagement Officer to continue our engagement of the LGBTQ community … Read more