Discussion This article is among the first to describe the experiences of identity disclosure and non-disclosure for LGBTQ young adults accessing medical care. Yet, despite the health risks and challenges impacting LGBTQ young adults, little is known about their healthcare experiences for several reasons. Injustice at every turn: The Health Equity Promotion Model: Use the advanced search option in our catalogue to look for relevant files.
Such an expansion of the model was expected, given the broader sample of LGBTQ identities present in the current sample.
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In the Provider Factors in Non-Disclosure theme, participants noted aspects of their experience with providers that contributed to non-disclosure of their identities. An image of a Metropolitan Police map of Hyde Park, London, showing the location of urinals where arrests were made for importuning and gross indecency during catalogue reference: Section 28 was also known as Clause Author manuscript; available in PMC Jan Read our guidance on Home Office correspondence to find out more about how to use Home Office records in your research.
Loading comments… Trouble loading? Civil service and armed forces employees 8. Author manuscript; available in PMC Jan In this theme, participants indicated that they did not disclose their identities to providers because it was perceived to have no bearing in healthcare settings. This suggests that some LGBTQ young adults have very low expectations of their providers and may enter into situations involving identity disclosure expecting negative experiences.