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Quests By Community: Wellbeing Research reaches out for LGBTQIA+ participants

James Fowler is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Candidate within The University of Queensland (UQ) School of Public Health (SPH). James’s work involves the use of mixed-methodologies and community-based participatory research to address the mental health needs of communities – with a specialist focus on LGBTQIA+ issues.

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