Stakeholders' Recommendations to Improve Patient-Centered "LGBTQ" Primary Care in Rural and Multicultural Practices
Discusses the results of a pilot study examining primary care practices when treating rural and ethnic-minority lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons within the mostly rural and multicultural state of New Mexico, and offers guidelines to enhance services for the LGBTQ population within clinical settings.
Miria Kano, Alma Rosa Silva-Bañuelos, Robert Sturm, Cathleen E. Willging
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 29(1) 156-160
Access · Culture and cultural competency · Healthcare quality · LGBTQ+ · Primary care · New Mexico