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Women In Psychiatry: Personal Perspectives
Women In Psychiatry: Personal Perspectives
Autores: Donna M. Norris; Geetha Jayaram; Annelle B. Primm
ISBN: 9781585624089
Formato: Rústica/Paperback
Nº volumenes: 1 Páginas: 345
Año publicación/Ano de publicação: 2012
Disponibilidad/Disponibilidade: 15 días
Precio/Preço : 66,12 € 65,32 € (62,81€ + iva)
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Women In Psychiatry: Personal Perspectives Kaplan y Sadock Manual de Psiquiatría Clínica 4ª Ed.
· Women In Psychiatry: Personal Perspectives (Donna M. Norris; Geetha Jayaram; Annelle B. Primm)
· Kaplan y Sadock Manual de Psiquiatría Clínica 4ª Ed. (Benjamin J. Sadock | Virginia A. Sadock | Pedro Ruiz)
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In Women in Psychiatry, 21 accomplished women psychiatrists in private practice, teaching institutions, hospitals, public health treatment programs, and leadership positions reveal both the challenges and rewards of being in a wide array of professional positions. The stories are heartfelt and personal as well as professional accounts of obstacles overcome and milestones achieved. In a field once completely dominated by men, nearly one-third of physicians who identified themselves as practicing psychiatry in the U.S. were women, and the diversity of their approaches to the practice of psychiatry is encouragingly illustrated in this book.

Women in Psychiatry clearly demonstrates where an interest in science or medicine can lead when combined with determination, guidance, experience, mentoring, perseverance, and organizational support. The featured women represent diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, positions, career pathways, and accomplishments. All the authors share lessons learned and provide recommendations on what they found helpful in achieving their goals of personal and professional fulfillment. These chapters present many common themes among women professionals both within and outside of psychiatry, including handling pregnancy and motherhood while building a career, the potential strain between women and men in the field, and some of the income and leadership role inequities that still exist. Features and benefits of Women in Psychiatry include:

¡öInsights into career paths through descriptions of pivotal events and decisions that shaped their careers as scientists.
¡öPerspectives and advice on how to balance personal and professional responsibilities, both in training and in practice.
¡öIllustrations of the role played by cultural and linguistic background, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, subspecialty, place of employment, and work setting.
¡öThe importance of mentorship throughout the process, first as a recipient and ultimately as a mentor to other women entering the field.
¡öStrategies these authors used to accomplish goals and the various styles of leadership that helped them reach those goals.
¡öThe historical context for understanding that until recent decades, despite irrefutable evidence that women in the biomedical professions are capable, there were few in most fields with the exception of nursing, dental hygiene, and elementary science teaching.
Women in Psychiatry is the ideal book for women who are considering a career in psychiatry or other areas of medicine. It is also a book for partners and spouses of women in medicine and psychiatry. It is an inspirational and educational document that women and men, whether in medicine or other, nonrelated careers, can value and appreciate through the recounting of personal and professional experiences that made a difference.

"This book offers an unusual opportunity to learn about the careers in psychiatry of a number of women from disparate backgrounds, many from minority areas. These women followed wide range of pathways to reach their professional goals. The book provides insights into the combination of background, historical moment, individual talents, and the role of mentors and supports that have led to success. There are also unique personal histories, interesting in themselves and for their diversity."
¡ªMalkah Tolpin Notman M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Brookline, MA

¡öPart I: The Early Years.
¡öEmbarking on a career path: persistence, process, and psychiatry.
¡öA woman of culture and compassion from the Carolinas.
¡öEmerging from the shadow and exposed to the light.
¡öAn early-career perspective on work, parenthood, and leadership: you can have it all, you just can¡¯t have it all right now.
¡öPart II: Mid-Career and Beyond: A Mosaic.
¡öFarmer¡¯s daughter excels in psychiatry. Finding my way: a nontraditional career in psychiatry.
¡öGetting to the inner circle: the long, hard road.
¡öAn adventurous journey: from the holy city to the windy city.
¡öMission driven and road tested: a career path in psychiatry.
¡öA community psychiatrist straddling worlds and bridging chasms.
¡öAdministration, advocacy, and academics: one woman¡¯s experience.
¡öSpecializing in the wholly impossible.
¡öThe challenges of leadership: a woman¡¯s perspective.
¡öHaving the courage and conviction to succeed.
¡öArmy psychiatrist.
¡öA serendipitous career: from cowboy to out lesbian faculty psychiatrist.
¡öAnother immigrant¡¯s tale: so near and yet so far.
¡öReceiving effective support while making culture and language changes.
¡öUnexpected adventures behind the walls.
¡öMy partly planned journey: what has worked for me.
Donna M. Norris, M.D., is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

Geetha Jayaram, M.D., M.B.A, is Associate Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Health Policy & Management, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.

Annelle B. Primm, M.D., M.P.H., is Deputy Medical Director and Director, Office of Minority/National Affairs, American Psychiatric Association, Arlington, Virginia.
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