Survey seeks views of Kentucky’s LGBTQ+ community about their access and interactions with health care

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is looking for participants in a study that aims to learn more about how lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Kentuckians access and interact with health care.

Native Kentuckian and Duke University graduate student Cameron Love is conducting the study as a capstone project to earn a Master of Public Policy degree. The foundation says it will also use the findings to guide its work and advocacy regarding health care for LGBTQ+ Kentuckians.

There are two parts of the study: an online survey and  an interview. The survey is open to any adult Kentuckian who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community. Click here to take the survey.
The survey is completely anonymous; participants only enter contact information if they want to be considered for an interview. Love will reach out to anyone who gives their contact information and meets the criteria for the interview portion. Questions? Contact Love at
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