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This exposure to the major areas of child and adolescent practice is designed to allow the intern to choose a career path that can lead to directly entering the workforce or pursuing a postdoctoral specialty.The internship program is based in the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Psychology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville School of Medicine.As more non-gay establishments welcome LGBT customers, creating friendly environments, the segregated model becomes somewhat antiquated.“It’s very bittersweet. There may be, in many people’s minds, a feeling that there is less of a need for specific lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender spots,” Hartman says.“We’re losing some of our history when we’re losing these places.” is a lesbian social group that meets up for monthly happy hours.They worried acceptance would diminish their customer base.
Interns also have a year long minor rotation in emergency room assessment/consultation.
Our program coordinator calls applicants in late November to early December to invite them to come to Louisville to interview.
We will have 2 interview dates either in mid to late December 2017 or early January 2018. We do our best to accommodate personal preferences, but dates are assigned on a first-come basis.
In a dark, crowded room adjacent to an empty dance floor, a cover band growls out “Son of a Preacher Man.” Clusters of women in blue jeans sway and sing along. The bar strives for a jazz club vibe with candlelit tables draped in black, but the feel is more like a house party.
Tonight is one of the last Saturday nights for Tink’s Pub on Preston Street, Louisville’s only lesbian bar.Overall, she feels Louisville is a very tolerant, hospitable city, but the threat of harassment and the fear of losing employment over an alternative lifestyle is real. Many were in hotels, including the Beau Brummel at the Seelbach and the Beaux Arts at the Henry Clay Hotel.