Medicine

Medicine

Women in medicine: will it make a difference?

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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Paper
Author: 
Rhonda Love
Edition: 
vol 2, No. 3
Publisher: 
Women Healthsharing
Publication Date: 
1981
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

This article discusses the possible effects of the influx of women in medicine. Questions whether more women in medicine will affect the quality of medical care for Canadians. Discusses enrollment patterns, specialty choices, productivity, the experience of medical school and potential changes in the dominant position of medicine. 

Everybody knows someone who...

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Paper
Author: 
Anne Rochon Ford
Edition: 
vol 2, No. 3
Publisher: 
Women Healthsharing
Publication Date: 
1981
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

This article explains what dysmenorrhea is. Discusses spectrum of causes. Outlines alternative treatments as well as allopathic treatments.


 

Ways of seeing illness

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Paper
Author: 
Carole Yawney
Edition: 
vol 2, No. 3
Publisher: 
Women Healthsharing
Publication Date: 
1981
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

This article is the second of a four part series on alternatives to allopathy; discusses influences on culture, and how we define and go about achieving health and healing.

The power of science and medicine

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English
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Canadian Women's Health Network (CWHN)
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Paper
Author: 
Rhonda Love
Edition: 
vol 2, No. 2
Publisher: 
Women Healthsharing
Publication Date: 
1981
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

This article is the beginning of a four part series on alternatives to allopathy; describes the importance of allopathic medicine’s tie to science and how it affects our thinking about alternatives.


 

Pharmed-Out

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NGO - Non Government Organization
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English
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Information provision and referral
Research
Community education/development
Advocacy

PharmedOut is an independent project run by physicians for physicians and other prescribers. Their goal is to disseminate information about how pharmaceutical companies influence what we prescribe, to increase access to unbiased information about drugs, and to encourage physicians to choose pharma-free CME.

Primary Telephone: 
202-687-1191
Fax Number: 
202-687-7407
Street Address: 
Georgetown University Department of Physiology and Biophysics Box 571460
City: 
Washington
Province: 
District of Columbia
Postal/ZIP Code: 
20057-1460

Pharmed-Out

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Pharmed-Out

Provides information about how pharmaceutical companies influence what we prescribe, provides access to unbiased information about drugs, and encourages physicians to choose pharma-free CME. Provides publications, teaching tools, articles, reports, slideshows, databases and links to other organizations.

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