The Digital Peer Support survey (now closed) gathered information about how LGBTQ+ young people support each other and themselves through digital and social media, and ran from mid-August to mid-November, 2020. It served to explore how digital peer support practices relate to mental health and wellbeing. The survey was the first stage of a larger study that aims to inform Australian mental health policy through evidence of LGBTQ+ young people’s mental health experiences and peer support practices.
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Other opportunities to get involved
We plan to interview LGBTQ+ young people (aged 16-25) in 2021. Interviews will follow up on key findings from this survey, and participants will receive a gift card for their participation. Interviews will be conducted online. If you would like to be interviewed, please subscribe to this research blog, or follow us on Instagram, for future announcements.