Below is a collection of research and reports that MindOut has participated in. Click on the images to read, download or print the files.
Pathways between LGBTQ migration, social isolation & distress
"‘Pathways between LGBTQ migration, social isolation and mental distress’, is a research project that ran from September 2020 – September 2022. It was a collaboration between researchers from the Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender at the University of Brighton and the Brighton-based LGBTQ mental health charity, MindOut. The research was funded by UK Research and Innovation via the Loneliness and Social Isolation in Mental Health Research Network, hosted at University College London."
An independent evaluation of MindOut's services, 2012
MindOut co-produced this local research, in conjuncton with the University of Brighton, about suicidal distress in our communities. Click here to read this report.
Count Me In and Count Me In Too
Count Me In and Count Me In Too - is an award winning local LBGT community research project led by Dr Kath Browne at the University of Brighton, which MindOut participated in. Click here to read this report.
Older & Out Report
On Saturday 21st September MindOut held an Older & Out event to talk to the over-55 LGB&T community in Brighton & Hove about current services and hopes for the future. Here, you can read the Older and Out Final Report and find out what was discussed and recommended!
Understanding suicide and promoting survival in the LGBT communities
MindOut co-produced this local research, in conjunction with the University of Brighton, about suicidal distress in our communities. Click here to read it.
Research published in by Mind written by Dr Michael King (2003): "Mental health and social wellbeing of gay men, lesbians and bisexuals in England and Wales: A summary of findings".