The Bisexual Health Research Workshop, which took place on Monday, September 23, 2019, focused on identifying research opportunities across four key areas of bisexual health: life course perspective, intersecting populations, key health inequalities (mental health, sexual health and victimization), and social determinants of bisexual health (SES, access to health care, access to funding). The goal of the workshop was to identify research opportunities in bisexual health research that will help guide the field in years to come; a summary document highlighting participant discussions and brainstorming sessions can be found here.
In the interim, an archived videocast of the workshop is available for public viewing. Additionally, the agenda can be viewed here and the copies of slideshow presentations from all speakers are posted below.
This workshop was co-sponsored by the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, and the Office of Research for Women’s Health.
Below, you will find copies of slides presented at the Bisexual Health Research Workshop:
- Setting the Stage: Wendy Bostwick, PhD & Brian Dodge, PhD
- Overview of Session 1: Elizabeth Saewyc, PhD
- Overview of Session 2: Lisa Bowleg, PhD
- Overview of Session 3: Tania Israel, PhD
This page last reviewed on December 11, 2019