These are the Keynotes held at the 2nd Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies conference at Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, Austria
*Alex Iantaffi: “From monochrome to polychrome: working therapeutically and systemically with consensually non-monogamous people”
*Jingshu Zhu, “We’re Not Cheaters”: Polyamory, Mixed-Orientation Marriage and the Construction of Radical Honesty
*Andreas Brunner: “Intimacy under the condition of prosecution: Gay male relationships in Vienna between 1938 and 1945
*Mollena Williams: “A Sublime Dichotomy: How One Black Woman found Strength & Freedom in Consensual BDSM”
*Christian Klesse: “Polyamory – Identities, the Law and Sexual Orientation Thinking”
Nursing Care for ageing Sexual Minorities is a relatively new area of research. A literature review suggests a dearth of nursing care facilities for LGBTI* seniors and limited knowledge of nurses about specified LGBTI* health issues. This descriptive thesis views historical implications influencing the biographies of ageing LGBTI* members, which in turn imprint nursing care agendas. Role models for nursing theories suitable for LGBTI* people and their specific histories are introduced in this work as well. Further the thesis views projects in german speaking Europe and schooling possibilities for nurses on needs of LGBTI* seniors. It seems important to broaden the competences of nurses relating to LGBTI* elders with embedding necessary training in schooling curricula.
Link zur gesamten Arbeit (DE) –> LGBTI* Pflege_Muscarina