21 episodes

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia proudly presents The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy, a podcast bringing the latest in LGBTIQ+ health and wellbeing policy to the forefront.

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia Presents: The Latest LGBTIQ+ Health Australia & JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.6 • 12 Ratings

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia proudly presents The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy, a podcast bringing the latest in LGBTIQ+ health and wellbeing policy to the forefront.

    Episode 21: Ada Cheung

    Episode 21: Ada Cheung

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Ada Cheung, the leading specialist consultant Endocrinologist providing patient-centred care in Melbourne as well as rural Australia.

    Associate Professor Cheung holds a prestigious Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council Fellowship, and a Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship to support her medical research. She is on the Board of Directors for the Endocrine Society of Australia and is a policy committee member of the Australian Professional Association of Trans Health. She also established the Trans Health Research Group at The University of Melbourne, aiming to improve the health and wellbeing of transgender, gender diverse, and non-binary people.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOY’s services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 18 min
    Episode 20: Natasha Stretton and Lily Hayward

    Episode 20: Natasha Stretton and Lily Hayward

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Natasha Stretton and Lily Hayward who are part of the Walkern Katatdjin project team at Telethon Kids Institute, based in Western Australia.

    Natasha is a Research Support Officer, with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Population Health, and Human Geography and Planning. Lily is a Noongar Yorga, a Research Assistant at Telethon Kids and is studying a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Linguistics. They both joined The Latest to discuss the importance of the national research project, Walkern Katatdjin, which aims to understand and promote the mental health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQA+ young people.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOY’s services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 21 min
    Episode 19: Anthony Venn Brown

    Episode 19: Anthony Venn Brown

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Anthony Venn Brown, founder of Freedom2b and founder and CEO of Ambassadors and Bridge Builders International.

    Anthony had previously been a leader in the Assemblies of God and a high-profile preacher in Australian churches. He’s also authored best seller autobiography A Life of Unlearning – a preacher’s struggle with his homosexuality, church and faith. Anthony joined us to discuss his book, as well as advocating for the LGBTIQ+ community within faith spaces.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOYs services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 31 min
    Episode 18: Kathryn Gill

    Episode 18: Kathryn Gill

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Kathryn Gill, Australian soccer player and the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Professional Footballers Australia. Kathryn became the first female to be appointed to the PFA Executive Committee in 2014.

    We talk about Kathryn’s career, her work as Director of Pride Cup, as well as legislation and guidelines informing trans inclusion in sport.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOYs services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 17 min
    Episode 17: Ed Davies

    Episode 17: Ed Davies

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Ed Davies, the award-winning author of stories of men in love – stories of hope, found family and guys next door getting their modern fairy tale endings.

    Ed joins Triana Butler to explore the importance of representation and diverse stories, and why fantasy and escapism are unique ways to encourage good health and wellbeing.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOYs services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 24 min
    Episode 16: Maria Thattil

    Episode 16: Maria Thattil

    Content note: This episode may cover topics you find uncomfortable or triggering. Support is available: QLife provides Australia-wide, anonymous LGBTIQ+ peer support. QLife services are free and available over the phone or on webchat: Call 1800 184 527 or visit qlife.org.au, every day between 3pm and midnight.

    The Latest in LGBTIQ+ Health and Policy is a podcast that brings you the health and well-being hot topic discussions that matter to LGBTIQ+ people.

    On this episode, we chat with Maria Thattil, Miss Universe Australia 2020, contestant on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, media personality, writer, speaker, and digital creator. Maria joins us on The Latest to talk to host Triana about bisexual representation and advocacy as well as her recently released book Unbounded.

    The two delve into Maria’s past, her family life, and why she felt so empowered to come out publically. They discuss the challenges facing the bisexual community and what steps the individual can take to advocate for change even if that’s just amongst their personal circles of influence.

    This podcast was produced by JOY Media – Australia’s Rainbow Community Media Organisation. For more information about JOYs services, visit joy.org.au/services

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

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Very mediocre

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Great listen

Interesting and deep thinking podcast

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