LGBT Vets Survey
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) researchers are studying how stigma and harassment experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) service members while in the military is associated with current individual and social health-related factors and health outcomes. The study asks military Veterans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender to complete a 15-20 minute anonymous survey about their military experiences and their current personal health and healthcare experiences. Survey results will be used to better understand how negative experiences in the military may affect future health. Our ultimate goal is to provide clinically appropriate and culturally sensitive health care for LGBT Veterans. The survey is anonymous; no personal identifiers are collected. Participants do not need to be enrolled in VA care to complete the survey. Participants do not need to be “out” about their LGBT identity to complete the survey. The study seeks a broad representation of LGBT military Veterans, especially people living in rural areas.
To take the survey, follow this link:VA Survey of LGBT Military Veterans and Healthcare Experiences