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Sexual and gender minority health research in nursing

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      • Sexual and gender minorities (SGMs) receive growing attention in nursing literature.
      • Most studies reviewed used qualitative methods and cross-sectional designs.
      • Lack of research evidence impedes improvement of SGM-related care and policies.
      • SGM research is needed to develop a strong evidence base to guide nursing practice.



      Sexual and gender minorities (SGMs) experience substantial health disparities. Evidence suggests nurses may be unprepared to work with these populations. A previous literature review of top-ranked nursing journals found that 0.16% of published articles addressed SGM health.


      To evaluate changes in coverage of SGM health in the top-ranked nursing journals since the earlier review using a scoping approach.


      Electronic search of articles published between December 2009 and December 2017 in 20 nursing journals with the highest 5-year impact factors.


      Thirty-three articles (0.19%) in the top-ranked nursing journals focused on SGM health. There is increasing attention to SGM health recently, evidenced by the numbers of empirical and nonempirical research articles published, as well as nonresearch articles about SGM health.


      In light of well-documented health disparities affecting SGM people, it is essential that nurses continue to conduct and disseminate research related to the health of these populations.


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