Author Archives: Peggy L Chinn

About Peggy L Chinn

feminist, nurse activist, writer, founding editor of ANS Advances in Nursing Science, quilter, grandmother nurturing the future of the amazing children in my life.

Call for submissions

Perspectives in Psychiatric Nursing –  Announces a Special Issue January 2019 on Sexual and Gender Minority Health Guest Editorial by Tonda L. Hughes, PhD, RN, FAAN Please consider submitting a manuscript for this Special Issue by November 15, 2018 Submission guidelines … Continue reading

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Mickey Eliason’s Research and Scholarship

LGBTQ+ Courage Resource –  Produced a wide range of articles focusing on LGBTQ health topics – providing a model, and important resources for anyone who is intereted in LGBTQ health. See the key articles of not below – her work … Continue reading

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LYRIC – A Resource for Youth in San Francisco

LGBTQ+ Courage Resources Today we are beginning a series of blog posts featuring groups and individuals who provide critical resources for LGBTQ+ communities!  Some are local, some are regional, and some reach a wide spectrum of LGBTQ+ people, communities and … Continue reading

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American Nurses Association Takes a Stand on LGBTQ Health!

The ANA has issued a major position statement advocating for LGBTQ+ populations – you can download it here  David Keepnews, the nurse scholar who advised on the development of this statement, observed that it is especially important that the fact that this statement … Continue reading

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Just released – 2018 LGBTQ Youth Report

In 2017, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation partnered with researchers at the University of Connecticut to replicate and expand on a similar 2012 survey to identify  experiences of LGBTQ youth in their family settings, schools, social circles and communities. This project … Continue reading

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