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Primary care graduate medical education programs often do not provide adequate training regarding the healthcare needs of the LGBTQ+ population. The purpose of this community project was to develop a case-based teaching session to help provide family medicine residents a basic understanding of LGBTQ+ healthcare. This didactic session was found to be an engaging and effective method of teaching physicians about LGBTQ+ health. Additional work is needed to further train physicians and other healthcare professionals about the challenges faced by marginalized populations in our healthcare system.
CVPH Family Medicine Center
New York, graduate medical education, LGBT, family medicine
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Gender and Sexuality | Medical Education | Primary Care
Blansky, Bradley A., "Implementation LGBTQ+ Health Education Through Case-Based Learning" (2022). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 754.