The British Student Doctor Journal: LGBTQ+ issue

The British Student Doctor Journal (BSDJ) is an open-access, peer reviewed general medical journal which provides a platform for medical students and junior doctors to publish their work, learn about medical academia, and educate themselves on contemporary topics.

It is primarily written, edited and peer-reviewed by students, for students.

There’s also a BDSJ Blog, and you can follow them on Twitter and fb.

This month they have put together a special LGBTQ+ issue. They say:

LGBTQ+ inequalities pervade medicine for patients, students, and health care providers. The LGBTQ+ Special Supplement is a dedicated issue of the journal to educate on these issues, provide representation for queer patients, students, and doctors, and inspire more queer researchers in future. The issue contains 17 articles which cover a variety of important and timely topics on LGBTQ+ health, and can be found here:

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