Aging with Pride: National Health, Aging and Sexuality/Gender Study (NHAS)

Center on Halsted

3656 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 472-6469

FORGE Transgender Aging Network

PO Box 1272
Milwaukee, WI 53201
(414) 559-2123

GenPride

1620 12th Ave #203,
Seattle, WA 98122
info@genprideseattle.org
(206) 393-3400

GRIOT Circle

P.O. Box 26451
Brooklyn, NY. 11202
(718) 246-2775

Lexington Pride Center

389 Waller Ave
Lexington, KY 40504
(859) 253-3233

LGBTQIA+ Aging Project (Fenway Health)

1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215
(857) 313-6590

Los Angeles LGBT Center

The Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Pl.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 993-7400

Mary’s House for Older Adults, Inc.

PO Box 29561
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 269-5736

Milwaukee LGBT Community Center

315 W Court Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
(414) 271-2656

Montrose Center

401 Branard Street,
2nd Floor
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 529-0037

Openhouse

Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
65 Laguna St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 296-8995

SAGE of PROMO Fund

2200 Gravois Ave
Ste 201
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 862-4900 (ext. 500)

SAGE USA

305 Seventh Ave,
15th Floor
New York, NY 10001
(212) 741-2247

Utah Pride Center

1380 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 539-8800

Aging with Pride: IDEA

GenPride

1620 12th Ave #203,
Seattle, WA 98122
info@genprideseattle.org
(206) 393-3400

Openhouse

Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
65 Laguna St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 296-8995

Washington State Equity and Diversity Project

Aging & Long-Term Care of Eastern Washington, Central Washington University’s Aging and Long-Term Support Administration, Children’s Home Society of Vancouver WA, City of Seattle’s Human Services Department, City of Seattle’s Office of the Mayor, City of Seattle’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families, Eastern Washington University, Entre Hermanos, Equal Rights Washington, EWU Pride Center, Family Support/Triple Point, Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center, Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center, Gender Justice League, GenPRIDE, GLSEN Washington State, Greater Seattle Business Association, Ingersoll Center, Lifelong, Pierce County AIDS Foundation, Rainbow Alliance and Inclusion Network, SAGE Olympia, Seattle & King County’s Public Health Departments, Seattle Counseling Service, Skagit Valley College Student Club, Spokane Falls Community College, Tacoma Older LGBT, The Queer Resource Center, Three Rivers Coalition, UW School of Social Work, UW School of Nursing, UW School of Medicine’s Department of Family Medicine, UW’s Queer Center, UW Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, UW School of Social Work & Criminal Justice Tacoma, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Washington State University’s Child, Youth, and Family Behavioral Health Section, WA State Department of Social and Health Services, WA State Health Care Authority, WA State Long-term Care Ombudsman Program, Western Washington University, Whitman College, Whitworth University, Youth Eastside Services. UW Collaborators: School of Nursing; School of Medicine, Professor, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, School of Social Work & Criminal Justice, Tacoma, Goldsen Institute Population Health Division.

Global Pride Network

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Jaime Barrientos

(He/Him)

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile
Main Research Areas: Homophobic violence, sexual prejudice, mental health Biography: I am a psychologist, with a master’s degree in sociology and a PhD in social psychology. I have postdoctoral training in Spain and France. I have worked at the Universidad Católica del Norte and, at the University of Santiago de Chile and, currently, at the Faculty of Psychology of the University Alberto Hurtado, in Santiago, Chile. At that University I am Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies. I have taught in Spain and France in master’s programs. My academic experience is focused on social psychology and well-being. Also, in gender and diversity training. My research has focused on the study of prejudice and discrimination in various social groups and their effects on mental health. Likewise, in the study of sexuality, gender relations and other markers of social difference. Also, in the study of psychosocial processes linked to social and political processes in Latin America. I have training in quantitative and qualitative analysis. I have conducted several research projects and participate as a co-researcher in various international projects with colleagues from Argentina, Brazil, Spain, France, USA, Portugal, among other countries. My scientific productivity is extensive in indexed journals (WoS, Scopus and Scielo) and in other types of journals. I have also published book chapters in international publisher books. I have written several books of my own authorship. I participate in various editorial committees of international journals and participate in international scientific societies. Selected Works: Guzmán-González, M., Barrientos, J., Gómez, F.,. Meyer, I.H, Bahamondes, J., & Cárdenas, M. (2019). Romantic Attachment and Relationship Satisfaction in Gay Men and Lesbian Women in Chile. Journal of Sex Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2019.1671949 Barrientos, J., Gómez, F., & Cárdenas, M. (2016). Subjective well-being and levels of clinical symptomatology in a transwomen sample. Journal of Homosexuality, 63, 11, 1502-1516. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2016.1223346 Barrientos, J., Echagüe, C., Matus, C., & Astudillo, P. (2019). Chapter 8: Homophobic Violence against LGBTQ+ Youth in a Chilean School. In: Helen Sauntson and Jón Ingvar Kjaran. Schools as Queer Transformative Spaces. Global Narratives on Sexualities and Gender. Routledge: London. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351028820
Jorge Eduardo Moncayo Quevedo

Jorge Eduardo Moncayo Quevedo

(He/Him)

Universidad Antonio Nariño, Colombia
Main Research Areas: Sexuality, Sexual diversity, LGBTI studies, Mental Health, Qualitative Research Biography: Jorge Eduardo Moncayo, Colombian Psychologist, Master in Sociology and PhD in Education. Interested in topics about sexuality, sexual diversity, LGBTI studies, Mental health LGBTI. Professor and principal researcher at the Antonio Nariño University. In charge of courses in community social psychology and research. I research topics on sexual health and sexual diversity. Currently I lead a research on sexual health, focused on the use and not use of condoms, in men who have sex with men and transgender women from a qualitative perspective. Support for the psychosocial team of the community-based organization Santamría Fundación, which is oriented to the claim, defense and guarantee of a dignified citizenship for Trans women (Transvestites, Transgender, Transsexuals) in the city of Cali, Colombia, called Santamaría Foundation. Selected Works: Reconocer al otro y la otra como experiencia sanadora y herramienta política de empoderamiento” (2020) En Pensamiento de frontera en convivencia e interculturalidad. Aportes desde la sistematización de experiencias. Editorial Bonaventuriana. Sexual Diversity, School, and Subjectivity: The Irrationality of the Dominant Rationale” Subjectivity within Cultural-Historical Approach. Perspectives in Cultural-Historical Research. (2019)
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Juan Pedro Serrano

University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
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Judit Takács

Institute for Sociology Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence
Main Research Areas: Aging, gerontology, health, LGBTQ+ Biography: Dr. Arne Stinchcombe is an Assistant Professor in the Master of Applied Gerontology (MAG) program and the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at Brock University in Canada. He maintains expertise in the psychosocial aspects of health, aging, and older adulthood. Selected Works: Stinchcombe, A., Hammond, N., & Wilson, K. (2020). Differential effects of social support by sexual orientation: a study of depression symptoms among older Canadians in the CLSA. Research on Aging. 42(9-10), 251-261. doi: 10.1177/0164027520923111 Boulé, J., Wilson, K., Kortes-Miller, K., & Stinchcombe, A. (2020). “We live in a wonderful country, Canada, but”: Perspectives form older LGBTQ Ontarians on visibility, connection, and power in care and community. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 91(3), 235-252 doi: 10.1177/0091415019857060 Wilson, K., Stinchcombe, A., Ismail., M., & Kortes-Miller, K. (2019). LGBTQ2+ aging in Canada: Building the evidence and informing action. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 28(3), 257–260. doi:10.3138/cjhs.2018-0049
Karina Guadalupe

Karina Lopez

(She/Her)

Mexico
Main Research Areas: Human Sexuality, Sexual Diversity, Neuroscience, Gerontology Biography: Psychologist from UNAM, México. Experience in research about sexual diversity, ageing population and neuroscience, and psychological and neuropsychological assessment. Master in Human Sexuality and Gender Studies. Studies about Clinical Neuropsychology and Neuropsychoimmunoendocrinology. Has collaborated with Psychobiology, Neuroscience and Neurocognition Laboratory, UNAM. Groningen University, Netherlands. And St. Andrews University, UK. López, K. & Orozco, G. (2014). Executive Functions in bisexual women. EduPsykhé. 13(2), 127-145. López, K. & Orozco, G. (2016). Sexual cerebral diference and executive functions: bisexuality. Ciencia y Futuro. 6(3), 112-135. Hernández, I., Orozco, G., Romero, C., López, K., Ortega, L. & Valencia, A. (2017). Evaluation of executive functions associated with creative processing in heterosexual and homosexual orientation. Ciencia y Futuro. 7(3), 54-70.
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Kathryn Almack

University of Hertfordshire, England
Main Research Areas: Palliative and end of life care; bisexual ageing; care and housing in old age
Biography: Kathryn Almack is Professor of Health and Family Lives in the School of Health and Social Work, University of Hertfordshire. She is a sociologist whose research has had a substantial focus on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) older people, ageing and end of life care. Her ground-breaking research in this area includes:
  • Working with the Government’s National End of Life Care Programme 2008-2013 to address inequalities in end of life care facing LGBT people Three major studies funded by the Marie Curie Research Programme
  • The Last Outing: the UK’s largest study on the experiences and needs at the end of life for LGBT people aged 60+
  • ACCESSCare A: Exploring access to and delivery of palliative care for all LGBT people
  • ACCESSCare B: Bereavement outcomes for LGB (lesbian, gay and bisexual) and heterosexual partners: a population-based cross-sectional mixed methods study
  • Improving care home environments for LGBT residents and staff
  • The first studies to investigate the knowledge, attitudes and practice of staff in care homes towards LGBT residents
  • An innovative Research Council funded seminar series on gaps in knowledge about LGBT ageing. This culminated in a book, Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Adults: Minding the Knowledge Gaps published by Routledge in 2019.
Kathryn has an established national and international reputation in this field. She has co-edited a number of international collections for special journal issues and another book collection ‘Intersections of Ageing, Gender and Sexualities: Multi-Disciplinary International Perspectives’ (Policy Press, 2019). Findings from her research have fed into a number of UK government consultations about inequalities in end of life care and been used to develop new resources for policy makers, health and social care professionals. Kathryn has a previous background in community development work and maintains a strong commitment to user involvement in research.

Selected Works:

Makita, M., Bahena, A. & Almack, K. (2020) The role of sexual orientation, age, living arrangements and self-rated health in planning for end-of-life care for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) older people in the UK. Sexualities. OnlineFirst. https://doi.org/10.1177/1363460720932381

Almack, K. and King A. (2019) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Aging in a U.K. Context: Critical Observations of Recent Research Literature. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development. 89(1): 93–107

Almack, K (2019) ‘I Didn’t Come Out to Go Back in the Closet’: Ageing and end of life care for older LGBT people. In King, A., Almack, K., Suen T-Y and Westwood, S (2019) Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps. London: Routledge, 158-171

Bristowe, K., Hodson, M., Wee, B., Almack, K., Johnson, K., Daveson, B. A., Koffman, J., McEnhill, L. & Harding, R. (2018) Recommendations to reduce inequalities for LGBT people facing advanced illness: ACCESSCare national qualitative interview study. Palliative Medicine. 32 (1), 23-35.

Willis, P., Almack, K., Hafford-Letchfield, T., Simpson, P., Billings, B. & Mall, N. (2018) Turning the Co-Production Corner: Methodological Reflections from an Action Research Project to Promote LGBT Inclusion in Care Homes for Older People. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 15 (4), p E695. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15040695

Almack, K., Jones, R. L., Scicluna, R. M. (2018) Bisexuality and ageing: why it matters for social work practice. In Dunk-West, P. and Hafford-Letchfield, P. (editors). Sexuality, Sexual and Gender Identities and Intimacy Research in Social Work and Social Care: a Lifecourse Epistemology. London: Routledge, 142-154

Simpson, P, Almack K, and Walthery, P. (2018) ‘We Treat them All the Same’: A Survey of attitudes, knowledge and practices of staff concerning LGB&T residents in care homes for old people. Ageing and Society 38 (5): 869-899. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X1600132X