2 edition of Relational dilemmas of women physicians found in the catalog.
Relational dilemmas of women physicians
Julia E. McMurray
Includes bibliographical references (p. 8-9)
|Statement||Julia E. McMurray, Judith Jordan.|
|Series||Work in progress -- no. 89, Work in progress (Stone Center for Developmental Services and Studies) -- no. 89.|
|Contributions||Jordan, Judith V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. ;|
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Women Physicians: Relational Dilemmas. Year Published: Publication Type: Work in Progress SKU: 89 Authors: Julia McMurray, Judith V. Jordan, Ph.D. This paper offers one example of the relational approach to understanding the issues Relational dilemmas of women physicians book professional women.
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