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The authors describe the history, characteristics, and goals of four innovative programs, each in a medical school, that were established in 1998 to help faculty members of both sexes obtain mentors and thereby facilitate their career advancement. The programs were established as the result of an initiative by the Office on Women's Health (OWH) within the(More)
The original manuscript (found here) was originally titled "Student Spanish as liability or asset: Generational diversity in ideologies of Mexican immigrant language at school." It was published in its final version under the title "Immigrant Spanish as Liability or Asset? Generational Diversity in Language Ideologies at School." Abstract Latino students'(More)
  • S Mark, H Link
  • 2000
This paper examines the role of the federal government in postgraduate training programs in women's health. Health care professional education has long been an interest of many agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services. Although federal agencies have not been directly involved in the creation of curriculum or funding of training programs(More)