About the Summit
The LGBT Health Summit was founded in 2006 to provide a safe, supportive and exciting space for individuals, organisations and activists to come together to discuss, debate and challenge thinking and practice on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) health issues in the UK.
There have been six summits so far.
The inaugural summit was in London in 2006, followed by Manchester in 2007, Bristol in 2008, Newcastle/Gateshead in 2009, Hatfield, Hertfordshire in 2010 and most recently Cardiff in 2011.
This year’s Summit is being held at Keynes College, University of Kent, Canterbury on 13th-14th September 2012.
You can access an outline of the National LGBT Health Summit 2012 Outline Programme here
Following on from the great success of the National LGBT Health Summit in Kent held in September 2012 we have provided below a range of the presentations that were delivered over the two day period:
Challenges to the provision of substance misuse support for LGB & T people (Health Summit 2012) – Monty Moncrieff
Being Gay in Kent – The Journey – Roger Newman
LGBT toolkit – Jo Frazer
LGBT volunteering 20120912 – Ashlee Christoffersen
More Than Coffee And Biscuits LGBT Health Website – Adam Reeves
What’s Your Beef – Challenging Assumptions about Fat People – Sheree Bell
If you have any questions or would like any more information regarding any of the presentations please feel free to drop us an email to