Latest Women in medicine Stories
One common idea about why there are fewer women professors in the sciences than men is that women are less willing to work the long hours needed to succeed.
In the UK, women doctors are set to outnumber their male counterparts by 2017.
By JUDY SIEGEL Fewer Israeli mothers are boasting about "my son/daughter, the doctor," according to a Health Ministry report released for publication on Monday.
WESTFIELD, N.J., Aug. 14, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Gloria O. Schrager, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, is celebrating her 60th anniversary as a physician with a trip to the Frankfurt International Book Fair in Germany.
By Gardner, Dave The face of American medicine is changing, bringing with it a mixture of challenges and blessings. According to reports in the national media, simply finding a doctor in the years ahead may become difficult.
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