Data drives preventative care at queer and trans health clinic

After collecting a critical mass of data directly from patients, the HQ Toronto team is now ready to experiment with predictive models

Why It Matters

With a larger number of non-profits collecting, stewarding and analyzing information about marginalized communities, it’s critical they do it well, while upholding the privacy and dignity of vulnerable people.

The HQ Toronto team – who serve gay and bisexual men and all trans, non-binary and two-spirit people – have put a great deal of care into how they collect, use and store their data.

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