Skip survey header

National LGB&T Partnership: 'I Statements'

Questions about your experience

The National LGB&T Partnership is gathering and compiling information about what LGBT* people want from health and care services. We are doing this so we can put together a document that will be used to influence policy makers, and that can be referred to by health and social care providers to help them to improve their services. The overall aim is to inform policy makers and health care staff about the needs and wants of LGBT* people.

* The National LGB&T Partnership is an England-wide group of LGB&T voluntary and community organisations who are committed to reducing the health inequalities of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities and to challenging homophobia, biphobia and transphobia within public services.
You may not refer to yourself as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans, but if you feel that your experiences are affected by homophobia, biphobia and/or transphobia, or by heteronormativity and/or cisnormativity, then we would like to hear your views in this survey.

'Health and social care services' refers to all healthcare services, in both the public and private sector. Examples might include: your GP, A&E, hospitals, clinics, health visitors, mental health services, and at-home care or care homes.

We would appreciate it if you would spare some time to complete the statements and answer the questions below. Please feel free to give as much or as little detail as you wish, and give as many different answers for each statement as you want to.
We can also provide this survey in a printed copy, to be filled out by hand and returned to us by post. Please contact
  1. The three most important things to me as an LGBT person using a health or social care service are: 
Space Cell (please enter up to three things below)
Would you like to provide us with some examples?

If so could you tell us about:
7. In your experience, is there any particular health or social care service which needs to change the way it works with LGBT communities?
If so, how do you think it should change?
This is the end of the survey questions, on the next page we would like to ask you some demographic questions.