5 edition of Women in medicine and management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 119).
|Statement||edited by Deborah M. Shlian.|
|Contributions||Shlian, Deborah M.|
|LC Classifications||RA971 .W64 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||95077323|
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Women in Medicine: Career and Life Management is pertinent to contemporary medicine because women represent a rapidly growing percentage of the physician population.
Women physicians and their professional and personal partners will find this book invaluable.5/5(1). Women in Medicine & Management: A Mentoring Guide: Medicine & Health Science Books @ (NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE) "The book, backed by extensive and impressive research is a monument in tracing the life goals and challenges of women from the womb to the tomb.
What makes each page of this book increasingly engrossing and wholesome is the case vignettes, real life stories of women physicians, and certain handy appendices. There is little coverage of career management, despite the book's subtitle.
There is much for women in medicine, and for men for that matter, to learn about career and life management. If the reader begins this book from the end, some of the bothersome issues in the prioritizing of topics may be by: Lessons Learned:Stories from Women in Medical Management is a collection of compellingly honest reflections of 24 women who know what it is like to live in the real world of medicine.
Emerging from their stories are common themes that can be useful to anyone trying to move into management, in any field/5(10). This book touched a nerve with me because it presents the many issues women in the field of medicine have to deal with daily, and for the rest of their lives from the perspective of women who have tread this path and understand the complex conflicts and possibilities of Women in medicine and management book a woman and being in medicine/5(7).
Referencing the most recent employment and research data, the book covers employment decisions, work teams, leadership, sexual harassment, workplace romance, career development, and work and family.
In a final chapter, Gary N. Powell provides specific research-based strategies for both the individual and the organization to promote an. In this newly revised, expanded and updated edition, the authors have provided a definitive resource about and for women physicians.
From statistical data regarding practicing women physicians in the US and abroad, minorities and gay/lesbian physicians, to practical advice on coping with stress, STRESS AND WOMEN PHYSICIAN is an exceedingly useful and insightful volume for understanding and.
Women In Medicine Magazine is for and about women in medical fields and the medical industry providing content in the areas medical news, career, health, and much more. 3rd Edition, Retitled Women in Medicine: Life and Career Management (reviewed by NEJM, JAMA, Doody’s Review Service)Italian Translation of 3rd EditionJapanese Translation of Cited by: The book could serve well as the key text for a graduate or medical school course on women's health.
It is also an excellent guide for planning and developing women's health curricula for medical students and residents in internal medicine, family medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology."--ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE (). Get this from a library. Women in Medicine: Career and Life Management.
[Marjorie A Bowman; Erica Frank; Deborah I Allen] -- In this newly revised, expanded and updated edition, the authors have provided a definitive resource about and for women physicians. From statistical data regarding practicing women physicians in the.
Historical context --Stress of our profession --Stress prevention and management --Enjoying a marriage or partnership --Second shift --Having and raising children --Sexual harassment and sex discrimination --Disability --Physical and mental health of women physicians --Ethnicity in women physicians --Older woman physician --Women in medical.
Women physicians are usually the ones to organize the child care. When children are ill, it is usually the women who adjust their work schedules. Indeed, having children and raising them is one of the pivotal issues that separate women's and men's career experiences.
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Research into women's engagement with medicine as sufferers, patients, and active agents in promoting care and services concentrate most insistently upon the various branches of medicine. The agency of medical practitioners in shaping treatment and creating or restricting options for care and women's interactions with psychiatry has attracted considerable by: 1.
September is the AMA’s Women in Medicine (WIM) Month, which celebrates the accomplishments of—and showcases advocacy for—female physicians, while also highlighting health issues impacting female patients. Ever since Elizabeth Blackwell earned her medical degree inwomen have been making their mark in the field of medicine.
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March is Women’s History Month. It's an extraordinary time in AMA history. We’re proud to celebrate the contributions of trailblazing women in medicine. Follow the AMA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see inspiring stories about women in medicine during #WomensHistoryMonth and beyond.
Calling all trailblazers, advocates and leaders.Here are just some of the influences of women in medicine over the course of history. • Ca. – CE. Influenced by the works of Hippocrates, Metrodora, a Greek physician, wrote On the Diseases and Cures of Women, the oldest medical book known to be written by a woman.
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