Tag: Brian Mustanski
A new IMPACT Program White Paper reports on eight areas where LGBT Youth in Chicago face health disparities – and how to take action.
The segment highlights the IMPACT Program’s recent publication on LGBT health disparities in Chicago, and features the experiences of two young leaders.
The article, “Study: Health Issues Afflict More LGBT Youths,” reviews IMPACT Program’s recent publication examining health disparities among LGBT youth.
Dr. Brian Mustanski, Director of the IMPACT LGBT Health and Development Program was profiled in the Northwestern University FSM Researcher Magazine.
Suicide is an important public health issue — but how we talk about it matters.
Please join us for a community conversation, discussing suicide prevention, hosted by Congressman Mike Quigley & Congressman Danny K. Davis.
In this Chronicle of Higher Education podcast Dr. Mustanski describes the landscape of sexual uses of the internet.
WBEZ reports on IMPACT’s Keep It Up! Project, a tech-savvy, innovative, HIV prevention project.
New IMPACT Program study highlights mental health benefits of reducing bullying and victimization and improving social support for LGB youth.
Dr. Mustanski, director of the IMPACT Program, received the distinguished scientific contribution award from the American Psychological Association Division for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues. The Division offers this award for distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions to lesbian, gay, or bisexual psychological issues. The winners of this award have made far-reaching and visionary contributions to the development of a science of LGBT psychology and have provided the science base for practice, education, and the development of public policy. Many of these award winners are pioneers who first asked affirmative research questions about the lives of LGBT people, their families, and their communities.