Female physicians in Mexico: migration and mobility in the lifecourse.

Abstract

To date there have been few studies of professional women in health care in the developing world. With the increased feminization of the Mexican health work force, an estimated 30 per cent of all physicians are female, there is an urgent need to study this group of workers in terms of their impact on the health service. In particular, the potential for… (More)

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@article{Harrison1998FemalePI, title={Female physicians in Mexico: migration and mobility in the lifecourse.}, author={Mark Eldon Harrison}, journal={Social science & medicine}, year={1998}, volume={47 4}, pages={455-68} }