Essays in medical sociology, Volume 1 of 2
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'Essays in Medical Sociology' is a collection of writings by Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female physician in the United States. The book covers a wide range of topics related to medical sociology, including the social determinants of health, medical education, women in medicine, gender and health, healthcare systems, medical ethics, public health, healthcare policy, medical practice, and the medical profession.
In this book, Blackwell discusses the social and cultural factors that influence health and illness, and emphasizes the importance of understanding these factors in order to improve healthcare outcomes. She also examines the challenges faced by women in the medical profession, and advocates for greater equality and opportunities for women in healthcare.
Overall, 'Essays in Medical Sociology' provides a thoughtful and insightful analysis of the complex relationship between society and health, and highlights the need for a more holistic and socially informed approach to healthcare.
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