Beth E. Jackson

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In this paper we argue the importance of including gender and sexually diverse populations in policy development towards a more inclusive form of health promotion. We emphasize the need to address the broad health and wellbeing issues and needs of LGBT people, rather than exclusively using an illness-based focus such as HIV/AIDS. We critically examine the(More)
Beth E. Jackson is a member of the Women and Health Care Reform Group, Canada. Margaret Haworth-Brockman is Executive Director of the Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence and Adjunct Professor of Sociology at University of Winnipeg, Canada. Speaker’s Corner – Gender: Challenges in Public Health Int J Public Health 52 (2007) 265–266(More)
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