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The Adler University’s Kevin Osten-Garner, Psy.D., was among the experts at a Chicago panel examining how LGBTQ issues and clinical competencies are addressed in healthcare curriculum in area universities and medical centers that train medical and mental health clinicians.
In its coverage, the Windy City Times includes Dr. Osten-Garner's view that LGBT coursework should be embedded, not elective: "I want every graduate...regardless of your degree program to know how to talk and treat LGBTQ people with respect and confidence...because all of our professional standards in the mental health field require that."
Dr. Osten-Garner is Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Division of Training and Community Engagement, and Director of the Adler University's LGBTQ Mental Health and Inclusion Center.
Read more from Dr. Osten-Garner and other panelists including Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Bechara Choucair, M.D.: "Groups present forum on LGBT healthcare curriculum."
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