Profile of Female Academic General Surgeons

Galandiuk, Susan
December 2006
American Surgeon;Dec2006, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p1161
Academic Journal
The article comments on the paper entitled "A Profile of Female Academic General Surgeons: Credentials, Training and Types of Practice." Several points that should be emphasized include the data regarding the completion rate of female academic surgeons and the low involvement in research by women in general.


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