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Women physicians and the cultures of medicine

Author: Ellen Singer More; Elizabeth Fee; Manon Parry
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Illuminating the ethnic, political, and personal diversity of women physicians, the book reveals them as dedicated professionals who grapple with obstacles and embrace challenges, even as they  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Singer More; Elizabeth Fee; Manon Parry
ISBN: 9780801890383 0801890381
OCLC Number: 928876049
Notes: Trabajos Originales presentados al symposium, Women Physicians, Women's Politics, Women's Health: Emerging Narratives, hosted by the National Library of Medicine in 2005. This symposium was organized in conjunction with the NLM exhibition, Changing the Face of Medicine: Celebrating America's Women Physicians.
Description: XIV, 357 p. : il. ; 24 cm
Contents: Mary Putnam Jacobi and the nineteenth-century politics of women's health research / Carla Bittel --
Maternity and the female body in the writings of Dr. Marie Zakrzewska, 1829-1902 / Arleen Marcia Tuchman --
Female patient agency and the 1892 trial of Dr. Mary Dixon Jones in late nineteenth-century Brooklyn / Regina Morantz-Sanchez --
A Chinese woman doctor in progressive era Chicago / Judy Tzu-Chun Wu --
Professionalism versus sexuality in the career of Dr. Mary Calderone, 1904-1998 / Ellen S. More --
The legacy of masculine codes of honor and the admission of women to the medical profession in the nineteenth century / Robert A. Nye --
Women physicians and the twentieth-century women's health movement in the United States / Sandra Morgen Narrative forms in Our bodies, ourselves / Susan Wells --
Feminists fight the culture of exclusion in medical education, 1970-1990 / Naomi Rogers --
Women physicians and medical sects in nineteenth-century Chicago / Eve Fine --
Ruth A. Parmelee, Esther P. Lovejoy, and the discourse of motherhood in Asia Minor and Greece in the early twentieth century / Virginia A. Metaxas --
Women physicians and a new agenda for college health, 1920-1970 / Heather Munro Prescott.
Responsibility: edited by Ellen S. More, Elizabeth Fee, Manon Parry.

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This lively collection of essays will no doubt be enlightening to the current generation of medical students, historians, and scholars. -- Barbara F. Atkinson Journal of Clinical Investigation Read more...

 
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