Women in medicine in America: in the mainstream
American Medical Association, 1991 - Medical - 46 pages
Discussion of issues facing women in medicine. Includes the history of women in medicine, training, role models, gender inequalities and sexual harassment, child care and maternity leave, financial debt, and specialty choice.
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