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Through 16 presentations and formal discussants and focused discussion involving 35 attendees, it became clear that there exists a growing body of evidence as well as high interest in conducting further research relating to LGBT people and sharing the research methodology expertise that has developed in accessing this relatively “hard to reach” or “hidden” population with researchers attempting to access other such marginalized populations who are relatively under-researched. National lesbian health care survey: Implications for mental health care. Descamps, M., Rothblum, E., Bradford, J., & Ryan, C. Transgender youth: Challenging traditional “girl-boy” activities–Implications of an exploratory study for new directions in research. Parker (Eds.), Eastbourne, UK: Leisure Studies Association. It provides an overview of an under-researched set of social concerns and provides links to resources and a collection of publications by social work researchers. The nature of the subject matter is highly complex, the population of interest is stigmatized, and access to the population for research is challenging, resulting in a relatively unexplored set of social issues. J., Bradford, J., Rothblum, E., Scout, White, J., Dunn, P., Lawrence, A., Wolfe, D., & Xavier, J. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health: Findings and concerns.