Comments and Feedback
- Did you complete a questionnaire for Count Me In Too?
- Have you used any of the research?
- How could Count Me In Too have been better?
- What would you like to see Count Me In Too do next?
- Justin Harbottle, Community Development and Volunteer Co-ordinator, Terrence Higgins Trust
20th July '10
In attempting to foster a community response to HIV, Count Me in Too has been an essential resource in not only considering the unique sexual health needs of local MSM in Brighton and Hove but, crucially,how this is situated within the larger health requirements of the LGBT community. Building on this vital local research has allowed the Terrence Higgins Trust's Informed Passions project to better focus the scope of its own field research and meet its aim of addressing local sexual health inequalities all the more effectively.
Utilising, and contributing towards, the work carried out by Count Me in Too will form a core component of Informed Passions over the next 4 years, and we look forward to the exciting possibilities enabled by working with the Count Me in Too team.
- Meg Barker
26th May '10
Thanks so much for this excellent study. It is vital for us in the UK to have research to support what we know about bi people from other countries (e.g. the high levels of discrimination and mental health problems faced). This study provides extremely helpful data that will hopefully positively influence policy and practice.