Category Archives: LGBT Applicants and Issues

The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown has made changes to its curriculum to help medical students prepare to treat LGBTQ+ patients. The school has also added a scholarly concentration in LGBTQ+ Healthcare and Advocacy. A Stanford study showed that most … Continue reading

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Johns Hopkins recently issued a statement of support for the LGBTQ community. You can see an article about the message here and the actual statement here, intended for staff, faculty, students, visitors, and patients. –Liza Thompson, Expert Medical School Admissions Consultant

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LGBTQ+ medical school applicants often wonder if they should disclose their sexuality in their application. The American Medical Student Association offered an online forum in 2013 which provided applicants with information and answered their questions about being out in the application … Continue reading

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A conference designed to explore the best ways to serve the health needs and concerns of LGBT populations is being held on May 1-3, 2014 at Hunter College in New York.  The meeting is designed for premedical and medical students, … Continue reading

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