Survey looks to improve health-care resources for men


WYOMING – Waller Hall of Greybull is conducting a statewide men’s health study with the Casper-Natrona County Health Department. The study, with support from Wyoming Equality, is being conducted through an online survey for gay, bisexual and pansexual men, as well as transgender Wyoming residents 18 and older.

“This study is part of an effort to improve health resources for gay, bisexual and pansexual men in the state, and transgender people,” CEO of Waller Hall Research Jeff Henne said. “A groundbreaking survey, this is among the first of its kind for the state of Wyoming.”

Those who identify with this demographic can help improve health-care resources in Wyoming by participating in the online survey at www.wallerhallresearch.com/survey-2.html.

The survey is expected to run through the month.

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