Professor Trish Hafford-Letchfield
Trish is Professor of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Strathclyde. Her background is in nursing and social work. Her research interests lie in the experiences of ageing in marginalised communities. She has a strong interest in the rights of LGBT+ communities and is a founder member of the international LGBTQI social work network. You can find out more about Trish here.
Dr Sue Westwood
Sue is a Lecturer at York Law School, University of York. Her teaching includes an undergraduate and postgraduate module in law, gender and sexuality, which she designed and now leads. Sue’s background is in gerontology and in feminist approaches to law and society. Her research interests lie in ageing, diversity and equality and in LGBT+ ageing in particular. You can find out more about Sue here.
Dr Michael Toze
Michael is a Lecturer in Public Health and Social Determinants of Health at Lincoln Medical School University of Lincoln. He previously worked in local government policy and performance management before completing his PhD. His interests are in public health, health inequalities and LGBT+ health and ageing, with a special interest in trans health. You can find out more about Michael here.