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Pride in healthcare
We're in pride month, and this year the celebration of LGBT+ people seems to be increasingly contentious. Healthcare's treatment of queer people has improved hugely since the days when being gay was considered a mental disorder, and would end a doctor's career - but that doesn't mean that everything is equal.
In this episode of Doctor Informed, we're hearing from two doctors who are out and proud at work, about what it's been like to be queer in medicine, and what good allyship looks like.
Michael Farqhuar is consultant in sleep medicine at the Evelina London Children's Hospital, he also helped set up the NHS Rainbow badge scheme.
Greta McLachlan is a general surgical trainee, and member of the Royal College of Surgeon's Pride in Surgery Forum
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