Women in Medicine

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Date
1996-11-12
Main contributors
Johnson, Dianna A.; SoRelle, Ruth; Irby-Jones, Edith
Summary
An interview by Ruth SoRelle with Dr. Edith Irby-Jones and Dr. Dianna Redburn, both with their own stories as women in the field of medicine. Dr. Edith Irby-Jones discusses challenges  she faced growing up. Dr. Dianna Redburn explains how the strides in scientific research, establishments, and organizations by women in Houston all contributed to her decision to practice medicine in Houston. Dr. Redburn describes how she entered the field, her experiences as a researcher, and her contribution to the rapidly growing Texas Medical Center. Both doctors comment on the current challenges women face with society, their health, the workplace, as well as discuss organizations created to help address those issues.
Publishers
The Friends of Women's Studies, University of Houston; Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Houston
Genre
interviews
Subjects
Women; African Americans; Medicine; Physicians; Johnson, Dianna A.; Irby-Jones, Edith
Location
Houston, Texas
Collection
Barbara Karkabi Living Archives Series
Unit
University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
Language
English
Terms of Use
["In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted"]
Physical Description
01:06:43
Notes

Collection

University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
Carey C. Shuart Women's Research Collection
Barbara Karkabi Living Archives Series
Other Identifiers
Other: HQ1233 .L5985 1995 DVD; Digital Object: https://id.lib.uh.edu/ark:/84475/do7235gd041; Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm92838282s; Digital Object UUID: 49f62858-6f68-4083-af83-a7382f9b73fc

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