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Olivier Ferlatte

Professeur adjoint

École de santé publique - Département de médecine sociale et préventive

7101, av. du Parc, room 3133

514 343-6111 #44090

olivier.ferlatte@umontreal.ca

Profile

Biography

Olivier Ferlatte est titulaire d'un doctorat en Santé Publique de l'Université Simon Fraser en Colombie Britannique et est professeur adjoint au Département de Médecine Sociale et Préventive à l’École de Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal. Ses travaux de recherche sont axés sur la relation entre la stigmatisation, la marginalisation, la violence et la santé chez les minorités sexuelles et de genre.  Il est un expert reconnu sur les syndémies et sur l’approche intersectionnelle, et les conclusions de ses travaux de recherche ont influencé des politiques ainsi que le développement de programmes visant à améliorer la santé sexuelle et mentale des minorités sexuelles et de genre. Les travaux scientifiques de Mr. Ferlatte sont basés sur plusieurs méthodologies (Qualitative, Quantitative, Méthode artistique, Approches mixtes) et sont mues par un intérêt particulier pour l’engagement communautaire et la participation des personnes touchés par les inégalités en santé en tant que partenaire de recherche. 

Affiliations and responsabilities

Research affiliations

Teaching and supervision

Projects

Research projects

2020 - 2023

Understanding stigma, minority stress and resilience among sexual and gender minority young adults attending college or university in Québec

Lead researcher : Olivier Ferlatte
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PV153480-Subventions de développement Savoir
2020 - 2021

ChemStory: community produced podcasts to spark conversations about Chemsex and HIV Prevention

Lead researcher : Olivier Ferlatte
Funding sources: IRSC/Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada
Grant programs: PVXXXXXX-Subvention catalyseur

Outreach

Publications and presentations

Publications

Publications récentes

  1. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Rice, S., Oliffe, J.L., Rich, A.J., Knight, R Morgan J. & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2019) Perceived barriers to mental health services among Canadian sexual and gender minorities screening with depression and risk of suicide, Community Mental Health Journal,
  2. Ferlatte, O., Oliffe, J.L, Salway, T., Broom, A., Bungay, V. & Rice, S. (2019) Using photovoice to understand suicidality among gay and bisexual men, Archives of Sexual behavior, 48(5), 1529-1541
  3. Salway, T., Morgan, J., Ferlatte, O., Hawkins, B., Lachowsky, N.J. & Gilbert, M. (2019) A systematic review of empirically inferred selection bias in non-probability community venue samples of sexual minorities. LGBT Health, 6 (5), 216-226
  4. Creighton, G., Oliffe, J.L., Broom, A, Rossnagel, E., Ferlatte, O., Darroch, F. (2019) « I never saw a future » : Childhood trauma and suicidality among sexuality minority women, Qualitative Health Research, Advance online publication 
  5. Lam, S., Ferlatte, O., Salway, T. (2019) Cyberbullying, stigma, and health: An investigation of the experiences of Canadian gay and bisexual adult men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 31 (3), 332-357
  6. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Rice, S., Oliffe, J.L., Knight, R., Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2019) Inequities in Depression within a Population of Sexual and Gender Minorities, Journal of Mental Health, Advance online publication 
  7. Ferlatte, O., Oliffe, J.L., Salway, T., Knight, R. (2019) Stigma in the bereavement experiences of gay men who have lost a partner to suicide, Culture, Health and Sexuality, Advance online publication 
  8. Oliffe, J.L., Broom, A., Popa, M., Jenkins, E.K., Rice, S., Ferlatte, O., (2019) Unpacking social isolation in Men’s Suicidality. Qualitative Health Research, 29(3), 315-327.
  9. Gilbert, M., Michelowm W., Dulai, J., Wexel, D., Hart, T., Young, I., Martin, S., Flowers, P., Donelle, L., & Ferlatte, O. (2019) Provision of online HIV-Related information to gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men: a health literacy informed critical appraisal of Canadian agency website, Sexual Health, 16 (1), 39-46
  10. Kealy, D., Rice, S., Ferlatte, O., Oliffe, J.L., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2019) Better doctor-patient relationships are associated with men choosing more active depression treatment, the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 31, 13-19 
  11. Ferlatte, O., Oliffe, J.L., Louie, D.R., Ridge, D., Broom, A., & Salway, T. (2019) Suicide prevention from the perspective of gay, bisexual and two-spirit men, Qualitative Health Research, 29 (8), 1186-1198  
  12. Salway, T., Ferlatte, O., Shoveller, J., Purdie, A., Grennan, T., Tan, D. H. S., … Gilbert, M. (2018). The Need and Desire for Mental Health and Substance Use–Related Services Among Clients of Publicly Funded Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinics in Vancouver, Canada. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 25 (3), E1-E10
  13. Creighton, G., Oliffe, J., Ferlatte, O., Bottorff, J., Broom, A., & Jenkins, E. (2018). Photovoice ethics: Critical reflections from men’s mental health research. Qualitative Health Research. 28 (3), 446-455
  14. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Hankivsky, O., Trussler, T., Oliffe, J.L., Marchand, R. (2018) Recent suicide attempts across multiple social identities among gay and bisexual men: an intersectionality analysis.  Journal of Homosexuality. 65 (11), 1507-1526
  15. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Samji, H., Dove, N., Gesink, D., Gilbert, M., Oliffe, J.L., Grennan T. & Wong, J. (2018) An application of syndemic theory to identify drivers of the syphilis epidemic among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men, Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45 (3); 163 – 168
  16. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Trussler, T., Oliffe, J.L., & Gilbert, M. (2018) Combining intersectionality and syndemics to advance understanding of Health inequities among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men, Critical Public Health, 28 (5), 509-521
  17. Morgan, J., Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Wilton, J., & Hull, M. (2018) Canadian journal of Public Health, 109 (5-6), 791-799
  18. Oliffe, J.L., Broom, A., Kelly, M.T., Bottorff, J.L., Creighton, G., & Ferlatte, O. (2018) Men on losing a male to suicide: A gender analysis. Qualitative Health Research,
  19. Rice, S.M., Keyly, D., Treeby, M.S., Ferlatte, O., Oliffe, J. L. & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2018) Male guilt and shame proneness: the personal feeling questionnaire (PFQ-2 Brief), Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 2: 46-54 
  20. Salway, T., Ferlatte, O., Purdie, A., Shoveller, J., Trussler, T., & Gilbert, M. (2018). Healthcare engagement among gay and bisexual men with recent suicide ideation or attempts. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88 (6), 713-722
  21. Salway, T., Gesink, D., Ibrahim, S., Ferlatte, O., Rhodes, A.E., Brennan, D.J., Marchand, R., & Trussler, T., (2018). Evidence of Multiple Mediating Pathways in Associations Between Constructs of Stigma and Self-Reported Suicide Attempts in a Cross-Sectional Study of Gay and Bisexual Men, Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47(4):1145-1161
  22. Ferlatte, O., Hottes, T.S., Trussler, T., Marchand R. (2017) Disclosure of sexual orientation by gay and bisexual men in government-administered survey. LGBT Health, 4 (1): 68-71
  23. Ferlatte, O., Salway, T., Oliffe J.L., Trussler T. (2017) Stigma and suicide among gay and bisexual men living with HIV.  AIDS Care, 29 (1); 1346-1350
  24. Lee, C., Oliffe, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Ferlatte, O. (2017) Depression and suicidality in gay men: implications for health care providers, American journal of men’s health, 11(4): 910-919
  25. Oliffe, J.L., Creighton, G., Robertson, S., Broom, A., Jenkins, E.K., Ogrodniczuk, J.S., Ferlatte, O. (2017) Injury, interiority and isolation in men's suicidality, American journal of Men’s Health, 11(4) 888-899

Disciplines

  • Public Health
  • Preventive Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Social theory
  • Qualitative methods
  • Participatory research
  • Action research
  • Sexual identity
  • Sex and gender
  • Mental health
  • Drug Abuse
  • Depression
  • Health Promotion
  • COVID-19
  • COVID19