Supporting the LGBTQIA+ Community
Pride In Pharmacy: Supporting Your LGBTQIA+ Patients
Pride in Practice are delighted to announce the launch of two new training opportunities for community pharmacy staff in Greater Manchester. Our Pride in Pharmacy resource and upcoming training webinar are designed to support you to provide inclusive and equitable healthcare to your lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) patients. Read their blog post to find out more.
Pride in Pharmacy Training Webinar, Tuesday 26 July, 5-6pm
Pride in Practice are delighted to announce our first ever LGBTQ+ inclusion webinar exclusively for Greater Manchester community pharmacy staff. This training event will introduce attendees to LGBTQ+ language and identities; health inequalities faced by LGBTQ+ communities in the UK; and hints and tips for best practice to develop strong relationships with your LGBTQ+ patients. Thanks to funding from NHS England and the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care partnership, this training is totally free! For more information, and to book, visit
LGBT Foundation – Pride in Practice – Pharmacy Resource
Pride in Pharmacy, an interactive online resource that aims to develop knowledge and confidence around LGBTQ+ inclusivity in community pharmacy. Pride in Pharmacy is a deck of Google Slides comprising short modules for self-directed – or team-based – learning about key themes in LGBTQ+ primary care. We are confident that the resource addresses many of the issues raised during our early conversations with you, and will therefore be of interest and use to community pharmacy teams across the UK!
Health Guides and LGBT Support
Black Beetle have published a range of QR-enabled guides relating to chronic health, reproductive health, sexual health and mental health. Click the links below to view these.
In addition to this the LGBT Foundation have set up the Pride in Practice programme to ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people have access to inclusive healthcare that understands and meets the needs of all communities.
The ‘Ten Stories from Ten Boroughs’ series was recently published to highlight the lived experience of LGBT people across 10 localities in Greater Manchester.
For advice and support please contact the LGBT Foundation helpline at 0345 330 3030.