People First Radio
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Housing and health for older LGBT Canadians

With Canada’s National Housing Strategy hitting the halfway point of its ten year term, People First Radio featured a pair of conversations exploring the strategy’s progress thus far.

One of those conversations was with Jacqueline Gahagan, Associate Vice President of Research at Mount Saint Vincent University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Gahagan’s background is in health promotion, and recent research led them to examine the National Housing Strategy when looking into housing as a determinant of health for older LGBT seniors.

That research provided the springboard for a discussion on the idea of housing as a determinant of health in the context of the National Housing Strategy.

You can also listen to People First Radio’s conversation with housing researcher Ren Thomas on the National Housing Strategy here.

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