The CHPIR team has been hard at work producing new information regarding sexual and gender minority (SGM) mental health around the world! Here are three new articles we want to highlight:
The first article to introduce is a qualitative study in Brazil and India on the mental health and challenges of transgender women. CHPIR faculty members Dr. Belden, Dr. Huynh, Dr. LeGrand, and Dr. Whetten were involved in the research. Check out the full article here!: Mental health and challenges of transgender women: a qualitative study in Brazil and India
CHPIR is currently looking for Summer 2020 Interns for several exciting projects! Please see below for more detailed info about each position:
Time Frame: 8-10 weeks (40 hours/week) during the summer of 2020, with flexible starting and ending dates
Compensation: stipend plus good learning experience with the CHPIR team
UPDATE: All internships will be REMOTE due to COVID-19 restrictions
CHPIR would like to thank everyone who attended our Inaugural Duke Sexual and Gender Minority Health Symposium! The two days of events featured keynote speakers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and panelists from Duke University, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the Durham community, and was also the official launch of the Duke Sexual and Gender Minority Health Program (DSGMHP).