E Hilberman

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Although not a new phenomenon, wife-beating has been largely ignored by mental health professionals. The author describes a context in which the physical abuse of women as wives can be understood and suggests alternative theoretical constructs to traditional theories of masochism as explanations of why women stay in violent marital relationships. She(More)
A questionnaire sent to all women psychiatrists and trainees in North Carolina as part of the development of a district branch Task Force on Women indicated that institutional sexism affects the careers of many of the respondents. Problems of family-professional role conflicts were especially pronounced in residents and faculty women. Survey findings have(More)
This report presents a workable model for a support system for first-year women medical students at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. The students met in small groups at weekly intervals with women faculty members from the Department of Psychiatry throughout the academic year. Role conflicts which confront these young women professionals(More)
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