Search Resources (English): Medical students

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Education and training

Provides a Canadian perspective on women's issues pertaining to education and training within the health professions. Prepared for the Canada-U.S.A Women's Health Forum, Ottawa, ON, 1996 (CANUSA).

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Published: 1996
Integration of women's health into an internal medicine core curriculum for medical students
Describes a collaboration to analyze and integrate the elements of women's health into a medical school's core curriculum in internal medicine for third-year clerkship. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Weaving women's health across clinical clerkships
Describes approaches to designing and implementing women's health curricula and discuss how each might be applied to the topic of domestic violence. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Tools for integrating women's health into medical education: clinical cases and concept mapping
Describes teaching tools that support cross-disciplinary, multidisciplinary, and interdisciplinary learning and promote the integration of sex- and gender-based science into the medical curriculum. (See Details)
Published: 2000
A systematic approach to faculty development in women's health: lessons from education, feminism, and conflict theory
Presents a strategy for residency faculty development in women's health, the reasons that such a strategy is necessary, and the residency program's experience with its development and implementation. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Status report on women's health in medical education and training
Discusses women's health in relation to the education of physicians. Prepared for the Canada-U.S.A. Women's Health Forum, Ottawa, ON, 1996 (CANUSA). (See Details)
Published: 1996
Do students' attitudes toward women change during medical school?
Reports on a study that measured students' attitudes toward women on entry into an Ontario medical school, and 3 years later. (See Details)
Published: 1999

This article showcases a sample of the artwork featured in a Toronto exhibit entitled "BirthTales." Explores a new way of exposing medical students to information on the emotional effects of giving birth, as well as provide the public with a place to celebrate, marvel, or seek comfort in the wonder of birthing. 


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Published: 1992