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Jul 23, 2019

Episode length - 28:19

This manuscript is from the Lancet it highlights feminist and gender issues in both medicine and medical education. 

Instead of reporting on a study, this manuscript focuses on how feminist theory has been applied to medical education, and how rigorous application of feminist theory can help address some of medical education’s modern challenges.

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Authors: Sharma M

Publication details:Applying feminist theory to medical education. Lancet. 2019 Feb 9;393(10171):570-578

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