Wednesday, May 29, 2019: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Bayview B (Hyatt Regency San Francisco)
Manuel A. Ocasio
Robert Andrew Marx
Burgeoning research continues to highlight substantial LGBTQ health inequities, yet evidence-based approaches targeting this population are lacking. In continuation of conversations from the two previous SPR SIG meetings, we will reconvene a group of prevention science scholars working on or interested in SGM health and wellbeing to discuss how prevention science research and implementation strategies could help move the LGBTQ research agenda forward to alleviate health inequities. Attendees from last year’s meeting were able to amass a sufficient number of abstracts to submit two paper symposia proposals. We would like to leverage this momentum and continue conversations around strategies to better incorporate SGM research both in Prevention Science and the SPR Annual Meetings. This meeting will emphasize potential for research collaboration within SPR and strategizing how to organize and apply for a special issue in Prevention Science focused on LGBTQ health.
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