April 3, 2013 | by Lou Chibbaro Jr.
GWU launches LGBT health graduate program
The George Washington University, gay news, Washington Blade

George Washington University (Photo by Denkmal Brunswyk via Wikimedia Commons)

George Washington University announced last week that its Columbian College of Arts and Sciences has launched a new graduate certificate program in LGBT health.

In a statement, the university said the new program will “train current and future healthcare leaders and policy advocates on issues relating to the health and well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.”

The program is scheduled to enroll its first contingent of students in June, according to the university. It will include courses that focus on a wide range of issues, including psychological, medical, legal and policy related developments. A “hybrid curriculum” of on-campus and online offerings will include topics such as transgender care, marriage equality, and advocacy for underserved populations,” the statement says.

Lou Chibbaro Jr. has reported on the LGBT civil rights movement and the LGBT community for more than 30 years, beginning as a freelance writer and later as a staff reporter and currently as Senior News Reporter for the Washington Blade. He has chronicled LGBT-related developments as they have touched on a wide range of social, religious, and governmental institutions, including the White House, Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, the military, local and national law enforcement agencies and the Catholic Church. Chibbaro has reported on LGBT issues and LGBT participation in local and national elections since 1976. He has covered the AIDS epidemic since it first surfaced in the early 1980s. Follow Lou

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