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Women in Surgery WinS is a free network you can join to make contact with a range of women surgeons, from medical students to consultants. Find out more about the WinS Directory. Our mission and goals. To achieve these goals, we work with a number of related organisations and bodies to highlight the issues affecting women in surgery and to facilitate change in attitudes and practices to ensure that all of the best candidates can succeed in surgery.
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Site Search Site Search Go. Account login Welcome to the RCS website. Cassell has conducted an ethnographic study of 33 women surgeons, following them through their workdays, meeting their families, and interviewing them and others in their lives. She studied 33 surgeons in five North American cities, women of varying age, rank, matrimonial and parental status, and from a number of surgical specialties.
The result is a lively presentation of professional, dedicated women operating in a world that is not quite sure where and if they really fit. This book should appeal to a readership beyond the anthropologists for whom it is intended. This is a wonderfully researched work.
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Women's Studies Share This. A New York Times feature on the entrenched poverty of increasing numbers of American workers highlighted the research of Evelyn Nakano Glenn in Forced to Care , noting the many Americans who work in the service sector for dismally low wages but whose additional, off-the-books service to ailing or aging loved ones goes unrecognized and unsupported. Julian Jackson on Charles de Gaulle Julian Jackson has written the definitive biography of the mythic general who refused to accept the Nazi domination of France.