The climb to break the glass ceiling in surgery: trends in women progressing from medical school to surgical training and academic leadership from 1994 to 2015

A healthcare social media research article published in The American Journal of Surgery, 2016

Title
The climb to break the glass ceiling in surgery: trends in women progressing from medical school to surgical training and academic leadership from 1994 to 2015
Authors
Abelson, J.S., Chartrand, G., Moo, T.A., Moore, M., Yeo, H.
Published
July 17, 2016
Journal
The American Journal of Surgery
Impact Factor
2.403
DOI
10.1016/j.amjsurg.2016.06.012
Pubmed
27649976
APA Citation
Abelson, J.S., Chartrand, G., Moo, T.A., Moore, M., Yeo, H. (2016). The climb to break the glass ceiling in surgery: trends in women progressing from medical school to surgical training and academic leadership from 1994 to 2015. The American Journal of Surgery.
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A healthcare social media research article published in The American Journal of Surgery, 2016

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