View Points: What should doctors know about gay life in America?

    By Joseph G. L. Lee, MPH, CPH Doctoral Student, Department of Health Behavior Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   While I should have been out at the gay clubs, I spent far too much time developing a vitamin D deficiency in the underbelly of myContinue reading “View Points: What should doctors know about gay life in America?”

Offering support to quit – what’s being done around the country?

By Joseph Lee Steering Committee Member Offering support to quit Good Morning This week we’re looking for stories and wisdom regarding how our communities offer help to quit.  I know there are amazing programs in CA, CO, NY, and WV.  But, we don’t know all of the details, and we don’t know about many other programsContinue reading “Offering support to quit – what’s being done around the country?”

How we monitor the tobacco epidemic in LGBT communities – seeking stories

By Joseph Lee Steering Committee Member Monitoring Tobacco in LGBT Communities Hi, I’m Joseph Lee, and I’m a member of the Network’s Steering Committee, and I’m representing the Network’s effort to better collect (and share) wisdom from the community. This week, I’m asking for your help identifying projects, lessons learned, and stories from your work on collecting information to document andContinue reading “How we monitor the tobacco epidemic in LGBT communities – seeking stories”