Research highlights

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Taylor ET, Bryson MK. (2016) Cancer’s Margins: Trans* and Gender Nonconforming People’s Access to Knowledge, Experiences of Cancer Health, and Decision-Making. LGBT Health. 3(1):79-89

Bryson MK, Taylor ET, Boschman L, Hart TL, Gahagan J, Rail G, Ristock J. (2020) Awkward Choreographies from Cancer’s Margins: Incommensurabilities of Biographical and Biomedical Knowledge in Sexual and/or Gender Minority Cancer Patients’ Treatment. J Med Humanit. 41(3):341-361


Bolderston, A & Ralph S. (2016) Improving the health care experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients. Radiography. 22 (3), e207-e211

Bolderston A, Middleton J, Palmaria C, Cauti S, Fawcett S. (2021) Improving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Two-Spirit Content in a Radiation Therapy Undergraduate Curriculum. J Med Imaging Radiat Sci. 52(2): 160-163


McInnis, M. K., Gauvin, S. E. M., & Pukall, C. F. (2021). Transgender-specific factors related to healthcare professional students’ engagement in affirmative practice with LGBTQ+ clients. Psychology & Sexuality.

McInnis, M. K., & Pukall, C. F. (2020). Sex after prostate cancer gay and bisexual men: A review of the literature. Sexual Medicine Reviews, 8(3), 466-472


Bolderston A, Watson J, Thom S, Meeking K. (2018) The Education and Practice Environment for Medical Radiation Science Professionals Caring for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Patients: An Analysis of a #MedRadJClub Tweet Chat. J Med Imaging Radiat Sci. 49(4):428-435.e1

Meeking K. Patients’ experiences of radiotherapy: Insights from Twitter. Radiography (Lond). 2020 Aug;26(3):e146-e151.