Voice Your Experiences

Interested in sharing your experiences?

Here are opportuniteis and current surveys that are being conducted to allow the LGBTI+ community to share & voice their experiences and opinions.

Join one of our committees or groups and help us improve our healthcare services.

Your contribution could improve the experience of others.

Please visit the Consumer Engagement webpage for more information at

Or email sc-engagement@health.qld.gov.au

This video from Annie describes her involvement
as a Consumer Representative.

Building a better picture of LGBTI Sistergirl and Brotherboy Ageing and Caring in Queensland

It’s on for Younger & Older! This is your opportunity to VOICE your experiences, hopes and concerns about ageing and living in Queensland.

This study seeks to understand whether there have been improvements in the attitudes, support and experiences of LGBTISGBB elders following 13 years of policy, legal and social developments, and to identify the gaps and needs that remain unaddressed, and new issues arising that can collectively inform the development of strategies to address the needs and concerns of older LGBTISGBB people in Queensland.

This revised survey includes old and new questions from the previous survey, considers the COVID pandemic, and includes people born with intersex variations, and Sistergirl and Brotherboy identifying persons.

Complete a confidential and anonymous survey to help us help you shape your ageing and aged care service provision, now and into the future.  Survey closes 30 June 2022

Global Pride Survey

The survey is targeting LGBTQ+ people, aged 18 and over, and focuses on building an international knowledge base on health, wellbeing and longevity across diverse cultural contexts. The survey is currently in a pilot phase involving the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Czechia, China, India, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland, Taiwan, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States. The study is approved by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Washington, and the Human Research Ethics Committee at Southern Cross University (Approval No. 2021/126)

They have had a fantastic response from Australia! At the moment, they are particularly seeking bisexual people, and trans, non-binary and gender diverse participants.

The Goldsen Institute Website

Get in touch

If you are an LGBTI community member or service organisation seeking to learn more and get involved, we would love to hear from you!