LGBT+ Webinar Series: Understanding and tackling Health Risk Behaviours among LGBT+ people (Smoking, substance use and physical activity)

Monday, 14 June, 2021 10:00-11:30

Understanding and tackling Health Risk Behaviours among LGBT+ people 

14th June: 10:00-11:30

Studies show that individuals who identify as LGBT+ are more likely to have increased prevalence in poorer outcomes of health risk behaviours (e.g., smoking, drug/alcohol use, physical activity) when compared to the wider population. Poorer LGBT+ health may be attributed to social inequalities, discrimination, isolation and inadequate understanding of needs among healthcare providers. The second webinar in the LGBT+ series aims to explore health risk behaviours reported across LGBT+ populations and showcase initiatives aimed at understanding and reducing risk.


Tom Chew, LGBT Making Smoking History Programme Coordinator LGBT Foundation

Lou Englefield, Director, Pride Sports

Other speakers TBC

Registration and joining details

The webinar will use Microsoft Teams – please register here to receive a calendar invitation with joining details.

Contact and further information

If you have any further queries regarding the webinar, please do not hesitate to contact the Health and Wellbeing Team at

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