- Amy Blue, University of Florida
- Trevor Lambert, Oxford University
- Tim Wilkinson, University of Otago
- Fernando Marques, Biomed Central
LGBT Health related topics need to be incorporated to health sciences education curricula in order for students to provide competent care to LGBT patients
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When choosing a specialty, different subjects attract individuals with different values; for example, lifestyle issues are less important to students who value bioscientific specialties, such as surgery, than for those pursuing paediatrics or orthopaedics.
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