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Feminization of Canadian Medicine: Voices from the Second Wave.

(2012) Duffin, J., Stuart, M.
Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin. 29(1):83-100
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Breastfeeding Experiences among Physicians.

(2012) Riggins, C., Rosenman, M., Szucs K. et al. Breastfeeding Medicine: The Official Journal of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine. 7(3):151-4.
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Job stressors among female physicians: relation to having a clinical diagnosis of hypertension.

(2010) Nedic, O, Belkic, K, et al. Int J Occup Environ Health 16(3): 330-340.
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Physician mothers: an unlikely high risk group-call for action.

(2010) Sattari, M, Levine, D, et al. Breastfeed Med 5(1): 35-39.
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Survey on recent suicidal ideation among female university hospital physicians in Sweden and Italy (the HOUPE study): cross-sectional associations with work stressors.

(2009) Fridner, A, Belkic, K, et al. Gend Med 6(1): 314-328.
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Birth trends and pregnancy complications among women urologists.

(2009) Lerner, LB, Stolzmann, KL, et al. J Am Coll Surg 208(2): 293-297.
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The pregnant fellow–scoping for two.

(2009) Price, J, Dunbar, K. Gastrointest Endosc 69(1): 121-123.
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Workplace stressors and lifestyle-related cancer risk factors among female physicians: assessment using the Occupational Stress Index.

(2007) Belkic, K, Nedic, O. J Occup Health 49(1): 61-71.
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Women and health care.

(2007) Broome, B. Urol Nurs 27(1): 81-83, 92.
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Gender bias in cardiovascular testing persists after adjustment for presenting characteristics and cardiac risk.

(2007) Chang, AM, Mumma, B, et al. Acad Emerg Med 14(7): 599-605.
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Physicians as mothers: breastfeeding practices of physician-mothers in Newfoundland and Labrador.

(2007) Duke, PS, Parsons, WL, et al. Can Fam Physician 53(5): 887-891, 886.
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A health inequalities perspective on violence against women. Health Soc Care Community

(2007) Humphreys, C. 15(2): 120-127.
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The quality of evidence: enhancing uptake of qualitative evidence for gender equity and health.

(2007) Jackson, BE, Haworth-Brockman, MJ. Int J Public Health 52(5): 265-266.
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Cardiovascular disease in women.

(2007) Nicholson, C. Nurs Stand 21(38): 43-47.
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Christiane Northrup, MD: a pioneer in the field of women’s health.

(2007) Northrup, C. Altern Ther Health Med 13(3): 64-75.
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Women physicians and addiction.

(2007) Wunsch, MJ, Knisely, JS, et al. J Addict Dis 26(2): 35-43.
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The women’s health movement: making policy, 1970-1995.

(2006) Munch, S. Soc Work Health Care 43(1): 17-32.
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Ten priorities for women’s health.

(2006) Stewart, FH, Shields, WC, et al. Contraception 74(6): 435-438.
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Letter from the editor: lung cancer and gender bias.

(2005) Collins, J. Semin Roentgenol 40(2): 77-78.
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Taking action to improve women’s health through gender equality and women’s empowerment.

(2005) Grown, C, Gupta, GR, et al. Lancet 365
(9458): 541-543.
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Gender bias in cardiovascular advertisements.

(2004) Ahmed, SB, Grace, SL, et al. J Eval Clin Pract 10(4): 531-538.
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Ten priorities for women’s health.

(2004) Hwang, A. C., Shields, WC, et al. Contraception 70(4): 265-268.
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Gender-biased diagnosing of women’s medical complaints: contributions of feminist thought, 1970-1995.

(2004) Munch, S. Women Health 40(1): 101-121.
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Add women & stir’–the biomedical approach to cardiac research!

(2004) O’Donnell, S, Condell, S, et al.. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs 3(2): 119-127.
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Correcting gender inequalities is central to controlling HIV/AIDS.

(2004) Shisana, O,Davids, A. Bull World Health Organ 82(11): 812.
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Doctors do not adequately look after their own physical health.

(2004) Kay, M, Mitchell, G, et al. Med J Aust. 181(7): 368
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Cancer-related health disparities in women.

(2003) Glanz, K, Croyle, RT, et al. Am J Public Health 93(2): 292-298.
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Women are neglected when it comes to cardiac rehabilitation.

(2003) Higginson, R. Br J Nurs 12(12):713.
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Sex and gender factors in medical studies: implications for health and clinical practice.

(2003) Pinn, VW. JAMA 289(4): 397-400.
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Removing bias from health care. Studies show that women and African Americans often get inferior care.

(2003) Rutledge, EO. Health Prog 84(1): 33-37, 57.
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Insuring fairness: confronting gender inequity in health care coverage.

(2003) Shultz, MM. J Gend Specif Med 6(3): 7-11.
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Stresses on Women Physicians: Consequences and Coping Techniques.

(2003) Robinson, G. Depression and Anxiety 17: 180-189
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Bridging the gender chasm in clinical care.

(2002) Edliln, M. Healthplan 43(6): 42-44, 46, 48.
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Personal and professional nutrition-related practices of US female physicians.

(2002) Frank, E, Wright, E, et al. Am J Clin Nutr. 75: 326-32
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Gender equity and socioeconomic inequality: a framework for the patterning of women’s health.

(2002) Moss, NE. Soc Sci Med 54(5): 649-661.
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The contraception misconception: why prescription contraceptives should be covered by employer insurance plans.

(2002) White, JN. Hofstra Law Rev 31(1): 271-302.
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The girl who cried pain: a bias against women in the treatment of pain.

(2001) Hoffmann, DE, Tarzian, AJ. J Law Med Ethics 29(1): 13-27.
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The Pregnancy Discrimination Act: employer health insurance plans must cover prescription contraceptives.

(2001) Kurtz, JM, Mehoves, C. Empl Benefits J 26(3): 29-31.
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Medicine, gender, and disability: disabled women’s health careen counters.

(2001) Thomas, C. Health Care Women Int 22(3): 245-262.
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Evaluating the role of gender inequalities and rights violations in women’s mental health.

(2000) Gulcur, L. Health Hum Rights 5(1): 46-66.
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Feminist perspectives on the social construction of chronic fatigue syndrome.

(2000) Richman, JA, Jason, LA, et al. Health Care Women Int 21(3): 173-185.
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Women subjects in NIH-funded Clinical research literature: lack of progress in both representation and analysis by sex.

(2000) Vidaver, RM, Lafleur, B, et al. J Womens Health Gend Based Med 9(5):495-504.
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U.S. Women Physicians’ OPersonal and Clinical Breast Cancer Screening Practices.

(2000) Frank, E, Rimer, B, et al. J Womens Health Gend Based Med. 9: 791
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Use of vitamin-mineral supplements by female physicians in the United States

(2000) Frank, E, Bendich, A, et al. Am J Clin Nutr. 72: 969-75
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Characteristics of pregnant vs. non-pregnant women physicians: findings from the women physicians’ health study

(2000) Frank, E, Cone, K. Int J Gynaecol Obstet.
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The Work Lives of Women Physicians.

(2000) McMurray, J, Linzer, M, Konrad, T, et al. J Gen Intern Med 15:372-380
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The (gendered) construction of diagnosis interpretation of medical signs in women patients.

(1999) Malterud, K. Theor Med Bioeth 20(3): 275-286.
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Self-Reported Depression and Suicide Attempts Among U.S. Women Physicians.

(1999) Frank, E, Dingle, A. Am. J Psychiatry 156:12
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Science, Gender, And Women’s Liberation: An Argument against Postmodernism.

(1998) Oakley, A. Women’s Studies International Forum 21(2): 133-146
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Gender Differences in Physician Stress: Why the Discrepant Findings?

(1997) Gross, E. Women & Health 26(3): 1- 14
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