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Peer Teaching by Stanford Medical Students in a Sexual and Gender Minority Health Education Program

By Jason Gomez and Michael A Gisondi , 2020

Medical school curricula devote few instructional hours to LGBTQ-inclusive content. Innovative approaches are required to prepare students to care for sexual and gender minority patients. We describe a student-led program at Stanford School of Medicine in which peer educators are trained to teach about sexual and gender minority health issues. Keywords: Diversity; LGBTQ; Medical education; Peer education; Sexual and gender minority.

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