The "Fridge": Health Care and the Disembodiment of Women
Case Studies; Communication; Cultural Pluralism; Discrimination; Females; Health; Health Care; Human Body; Hypertension; Indigents; Life; Life Style; Males; Patient Compliance; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Psychological Stress; Social Control; Social Discrimination; Stigmatization; Women's Health;
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Lebacqz, Karen (1992-06)Humility, properly understood as a sense of one's limits, is one of the goods internal to the practice of health care. Humility in Christian tradition has both a relational aspect and an epistemological aspect. Each of these ...
The Women-Centered Health Care Team: Integrating Perspectives From Managed Care, Women's Health, and the Health Professional Workforce Hoffman, Eileen; Maraldo, Pamela; Coons, Helen L.; Johnson, Karen (1997-11)