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This is the life of a pioneering woman doctor who, graduating in 1937, had by the time of her death in 1974 reached the highest honours of her profession and become a leading public figure

This is the life of a pioneering woman doctor who, graduating in 1937, had by the time of her death in 1974 reached the highest honours of her profession and become a leading public figure. A specialist allergist and paediatrician, Alice Bush was at the vanguard of debates about the provision of health services, attitudes to sexuality, reproductive rights and health education.

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by Fay Hercock · data of the paperback book Alice: The Making of a Woman. ISBN: 978-1-86940-206-8. ISBN-10: 1-86940-206-5. Auckland University Press · 1999.

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Alice : The Making of a Woman Doctor, 1914-1974. Full Regeneration : The Ultimate Health Journey.

Born in 1914, Alice Stanton entered the Otago Medical School at the University of Otago, Dunedin, in 1933, and completed her MB and ChB in 1937. In 1938, she was appointed a Resident at the Auckland Hospital, and became visiting doctor at Auckland's Truby King Karitane Hospital and Mothercraft Care facility in the same year.

The Making of a Woman Doctor 1914-1974. January 1999 · Health and history. Gayle Greene, The woman who knew too much: Alice Stewart and the secrets of radiation, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1999, pp. x, 321, illus. £1. 5 (hardback 0472-11107-8)

The Making of a Woman Doctor 1914-1974. F. E. (Fay Elizabeth) Hercock. Alice Evans, an early woman scientist at NIH. September 1998 · Public Health Reports. 5 (hardback 0472-11107-8). Volume 45 Issue 4 - David Cantor. Historic Meanings and Social Consequences by Alice Kessler-Harris. January 1991 · History workshop.

Faye Hercock: Alice: The Making of A Woman Doctor: 1914-1974: Auckland: Auckland University Press: 1999: ISBN 1-86940-206-5. Helen Smythe: Rocking the Cradle: Contraception, Sex and Politics in New Zealand: Wellington: Steele Roberts: 2000: ISBN 1-877228-16-8.

This is the life of a pioneering woman doctor who, graduating in 1937, had by the time of her death in 1974 reached the highest honours of her profession and become a leading public figure. A specialist allergist and paediatrician, Alice Bush was at the vanguard of debates about the provision of health services, attitudes to sexuality, reproductive rights and health education. At the same time she was also a daughter, wife and mother sharing contemporary views about these roles and gradually working out, without support of a prevailing feminist ideology, ways to sustain both aspects of her life. Her story is one of courage, flexibility, imagination and compassion whihc offers much interest to people from different perspectives.
Alice: The Making of a Woman Doctor 1914–1974 download epub
Medicine
Author: Fay Hercock
ISBN: 1869402065
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Auckland University Press (March 1, 1999)
Pages: 300 pages