Women in Medical Education: An Anthology of Experience

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Delese Wear
SUNY Press, 1996 - Medical - 183 pages
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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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Contents

Overview of Women Physicians in the United States
3
Leveling the Playing Field A National Perspective on Sexism and Professional Development in Medicine
11
Womens Programs at Medical Schools and Feminism What is the Intersection?
21
Lighting Candles Making Sparks and Remembering Not To Forget
33
A Feminist in the Medical Academy An Idealistic Pragmatist Account
47
Father Knows Best ?
59
A Black Woman in Medicine
75
The Feminization of Medicine
81
Innovations in Residency Education General Internal MedicineWomens Health Residency Track
113
Life as a Sheep in the Cows Pasture
119
The Echo of My Mothers Footsteps
127
How Medicine Tried to Make a Man Out of Me And Failed Finally
135
Moments of Becoming After Virginia Woolf
145
Special Armor
159
References
165
Contributors
177

If the Suit Fits
95
Feminist Criticism in Literature and Medicine
103

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Delese Wear is Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences, Associate Director of Women in Medicine, and Coordinator of the Human Values in Medicine Program at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. She has published two other books with SUNY Press, having edited The Center of the Web: Women and Solitude; and co-authored Literary Anatomies: Women's Bodies and Health in Literature.

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