American Women's Health Care: A Patchwork Quilt With Gaps
Clancy, Carolyn M.
Massion, Charlea T.
JAMA. 1992 Oct 14; 268(14): 1918-1920.
During the women's health movement of the 1960s, women began to express their discontent with the traditional hierarchical model of physician-patient interaction. In recent years, several developments reflect an increasing appreciation of women's health needs by the US medical profession....Despite these encouraging steps, many impediments to comprehensive health care for women persist. In this article, although we contrast information about women and men, our central goal is to examine the gap between de facto and optimal primary care for women.
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