A new survey will help community leaders and policymakers better understand the health and overall wellbeing of Nebraska’s LGBTQ+ population.
Faculty in the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative developed the anonymous, online survey, which is now open for responses in both English and Spanish at news.unomaha.edu/lgbtqsurvey.
The survey takes roughly 30 minutes to complete, asking questions on physical, mental and social health, along with basic demographic information.
The survey follows a similar study from 2010 that examined the LGBTQ+ populations in both Nebraska and Iowa, the first comprehensive survey of its kind in the area.
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