Women in Medical Education: An Anthology of Experience
SUNY Press, 1996 - Medical - 183 pages
A collection of 16 personal narratives exploring medicine, humanities, and feminism, and the struggle of women to make their place among the male-oriented and controlled medical profession. These essays reflect the issues confronting women in medicine, including working in situations where power relations are embedded and enacted daily in the ethos
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