Connection with being gay, lesbian or bisexual at an Australian medical school: a study that is qualitative
Six undergraduate pupils had been interviewed in a study that is qualitative their experiences as homosexual, lesbian or bisexual pupils learning Medicine. Informants, who had been identified by snowball sampling, talked about their experiences both easily plus in a reaction to a number of prompt concerns produced from past research. The transcribed interviews had been afflicted by framework analysis, whereby the researcher identified themes, ideas and issues that are key. Twelve themes that are main from the analysis. The focal theme had been privacy, along side discrimination, fear, isolation, conservatism, exclusion and gossip. Other themes included performance that is academic the curriculum, too little help, and profession. One good theme emerged through the data, compared to acceptance of self and from other people. The findings are in keeping with those of other qualitative and quantitative studies.