Our Health & Inclusion Project (HIP) promotes LGBTQ health and wellbeing and gives you the chance to have your say about healthcare and council services in Brighton and Hove.
LGBTQ health and wellbeing matters to us and we talk to and listen to people through a range of ways including; online surveys, one-to-one and small group interviews as well as occasional focus groups.
HIP informs and influences others including healthcare, council services and other charities sharing what we know and highlighting needs and inequalities that exist for LGBTQ communities and individuals.
All of our publications can be found here.
Research & Engagement
We engage with lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people who live, work and socialise in Brighton & Hove about issues that matter to us. You tell us about your experiences and opinions, and we will tell the council and NHS how to make things better for LGBTQ people.
Recent research has included LGBTQ Healthy Eating and Active Living, LGBTQ Experiences of NHS Complaints and Feedback and an LGBTQ Kitemark Scheme. You can see all of our research and read our reports here.