Sexual minorities would benefit if STI clinics offered mental-health services: study

Travis Salway

Travis Salway, Research Fellow at SPPH, has new research on how there would be better health outcomes if STI clinics offered mental-health services.

“We really saw a lot of comfort and trust in the sexual-health providers,” said Mr. Salway, a social epidemiologist whose research focuses on health inequities experienced by lesbian, gay and bisexual people. “[Clients] have a little bit of an easier time coming in the door and feeling like they’re being seen and heard.”

The full story, published in The Globe and Mail, can be found here.