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Woman surgeon

Else K. La Roe

Woman surgeon

the autobiography of Else K. La Roe.

by Else K. La Roe

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Published by Popular Library in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • La Roe, Else K. -- 1900-,
  • Women surgeons -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreBiography.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination317 p.
    Number of Pages317
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22935599M

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Christine Rohde, MD, MPH, FACS, is one of 60 surgeons to share their experiences in Being A Woman Surgeon: Sixty Women Share Their Stories. Published in and edited by Dr. Preeti John, the book has received wide acclaim from readers and reviewers.

Rohde is Chief of Microvascular Services and Associate Professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery, NYP/Columbia Department of Surgery. The Woman in the Surgeon's Body. Surgery is the most martial and masculine of medical specialties.

Medical books The Woman in the Surgeon's Body. The combat with death is carried out in the operating room, where the intrepid surgeon challenges the forces of destruction and disease. What, then, if the surgeon is a woman. In she published an autobiography – A Woman Surgeon: The Life and Work of Rosalie Slaughter Morton, and in released a second book titled A Doctor's Holiday in Iran.

Biography Early life. Blanche Rosalie Slaughter was born in in Lynchburg, Virginia to Mary Alma mater: Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania.

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For me, I struggled the most with the last of these angles. The cost of being in this environment came to a peak when I chose to start my family in the middle of my residency. As a woman in my early 30s, I felt it was a reasonable time to start a family.

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