Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
While several HIV-related and women's health journals now exist, no medical or scientific journal deals exclusively with lesbian and gay health. The Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association is the first peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal devoted entirely to the healthcare needs of the lesbian and gay male, bisexual, and transgendered populations. The journal serves as a scientific forum for the presentation of data on the health needs of these populations and issues germane to them. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association publishes a wide variety of clinical research, review articles, and nonfiction essays and reflects the varied healthcare needs of the `population under study'.
Topics will include both medical and mental health illness in adult and adolescent populations. This journal is the official publication of the `http://www.glma.org' Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. For more information, including submission instructions or to contact the editor, please visit their Web site.
6 Volumes 18 Issues 136 Articles available from 1997 - 2002Browse Volumes & Issues
Vincent M. B. Silenzio (December 2002)
Protection Against STDs, Hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS Includes Talking Openly and Honestly with Sex Partners and Medical Care Providers
Kristen S. Betts (December 2002)
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