Tag: IMPACT news
As Illinois marriage equality became law, researchers, practitioners, and students convened to discuss LGBT health throughout the life span.
Can’t attend the conference this year? Stream the morning sessions with NIH and the afternoon plenary address live.
Join researchers, service providers, and students in Chicago for a full day of activities focused on LGBT health throughout the lifespan.
Join us on October 14th for insights from Alesdair Ittleson, Attorney with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s LGBT Rights Project.
At its annual world congress, the World Association for Sexual Health honored IMPACT’s work at the intersection of technology, education, and sexual health.
Submit a research presentation or poster proposal by October 1st for the second annual Chicago LGBTQ Health & Wellness Conference.
IASR is a scientific society whose objectives are the promotion of high standards of research and scholarship in the field of sexual behavior by fostering communication among scholars engaged in such research.
IMPACT Program Faculty Awarded Two Grants to Conduct Social Networks Analysis Research with LGBT Youth
Understanding the social networks of LGBT youth can have strong implications for both targets and methods of intervention.
New APA accredited Clinical Psychology Internship Track at Northwestern University
A new IMPACT Program White Paper reports on eight areas where LGBT Youth in Chicago face health disparities – and how to take action.