Patient education services as oppressor?


The education provided to women patients has been used historically to deliver messages of social and medical control. I suggest ethical standards of practice to tilt the balance toward use of education to serve women's perceived needs. Specific steps include standards and guidelines that specifically address appropriate gender differences in educational… (More)


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@article{Redman2002PatientES, title={Patient education services as oppressor?}, author={Barbara K. Redman}, journal={Health care for women international}, year={2002}, volume={23 6-7}, pages={773-80} }