What are you working on?

We’ve been blogging about a number of topics in the past year or so, all very interesting, but not terribly interactive. I’d like to start a discussion of the types of research on LGBTQ issues that our followers are up to. We’ve heard that nursing journal editors are eager to publish LGBTQ-themed articles, so we need to be submitting quality work to them to educate our colleagues. So here are some questions to chew on:

  • What are you interested in?
    What challenges are you having to doing your project?
    Have you experienced any resistance from faculty colleagues or professors?
    What methodological challenges are you experiencing in developing instruments, recruiting, analyzing data?
    Do you need a co-author to help you get over the hump?
    Are you wondering where to publish?
    And anything else that keeps you awake at night…

So weigh in and let’s talk!  If you have not already joined the GLMA Nursing Section’s Research Group, that is another forum for discussing research and finding collaborators.

About Mickey

I am a community health researcher and scholar from San Francisco State University, and have 25 years of experience studying lesbian/bisexual women's health.
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1 Response to What are you working on?

  1. Sue Dibble says:

    Nicely done!

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