Fitzgerald, RC; Black, C; (2001) Women in hospital medicine: career choices and opportunities. Hospital Medicine , 62 (12) 778 - 779.
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A significant number of women now enter hospital medicine. However, many do not make the expected progression within the medical specialties. The Royal College of physicians set up a working party to examine and collect evidence on the career chokes and progression of women in the hospital medical specialties under its remit and published a report of this evidence. This article outlines the findings of the report and the implications for hospital medicine
|Title:||Women in hospital medicine: career choices and opportunities|
|Additional information:||Journal English Article MARK ALLEN PUBLISHING LTD DEC 502UW LONDON HOSP MED CROXTED MEWS, 286A-288 CROXTED ROAD, LONDON SE24 9BY, ENGLAND|
|Keywords:||00 - import01052002, Career, cell, CHOICE, College, Dec, DO, English, Hospital, MED, medical, medicine, NUMBER, physician, PHYSICIANS, PROGRESSION, PUBLISHED, Publishing, report, Royal, WOMEN, WORKING PARTY|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of)|
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