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Objective To investigate the experiences of professionals who administered and evaluated treatments for homosexuality in Britain since the 1950s. Design A nationwide study based on qualitative interviews. Participants 30 health professionals who developed and practised treatments for homosexuality. Results A range of treatments were developed to make homosexuals into heterosexuals, the most common of which were behavioural interventions. Treatments were based on little evidence of effectivenessdoi:10.1136/bmj.328.7437.429.37984.496725.ee fatcat:3fegnk2kafc2bfb7sjv4abohja