Forged by the Knife: The Experience of Surgical Residency from the Perspective of a Woman of Color
Drawing from her personal experience, as well as from the experiences of other surgeons who are women of color, Dr. Dawson describes the arduous procedure, both medical and social, which must be endured before qualifying as a surgeon.
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Opening the Door to Understanding
Whats Been Studied About Women and Minorities in Medicine
What Surgical Residencies Are Like
African American Women General Surgeons Tell Their Stories
Understanding the Residency Experience
Research Influences and Process
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