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Gender equity: Articles

This page contains information about accessing online journals and articles, as well as linked lists of articles and journal titles relevant to the topic of gender equity.

ANZCA Bulletin articles

ArticlesBroadbent A. Life in the fast lane - world motor rally anoints Auckland anaesthetist as top medic. ANZCA Bulletin; 2019; 28(2); 42-43.

ArticlesWhat has the gender equity working group been up to lately?ANZCA Bulletin; 2019; 28(2); 35.

ArticlesWatterson L. Action on gender equity. ANZCA Bulletin; 2019; 28(1); 40-43.

ArticlesThe rare privilege of medicine: women anaesthetists in Australia and New Zealand.ANZCA Bulletin; 2018; 27(2); 58.

ArticlesCronin M. The rare privilege of medicine: women anaesthetists in Australia and New Zealand. ANZCA Bulletin; 2018; 27(1); 66-67.

ArticlesWatterson L. Endorsing gender equity. ANZCA Bulletin; 2018; 27(1); 18-21.

ArticlesEffeney B, Sturgess D, Wyssusek K, Cooke K, Hincks C, Young M. Brisbane a BIG success.ANZCA Bulletin; 2017; 26(2);&20-25, 28-29.

ArticlesPain researcher wins women of the future award.ANZCA Bulletin; 2016; 25(4); 78.

ArticlesWomen leaders in anaesthesia: past presidents and deans.ANZCA Bulletin; 2016; 25(2); 31.

ArticlesEvans S. Genders experience pain differently, and women feel it more.ANZCA Bulletin; 2016; 25(1); 50-51.

ArticlesHallett A. Anaesthetists support White Ribbon Day.ANZCA Bulletin; 2016; 25(1); 53.

ArticlesRush M, Buenaventura L. Work-life balance: challenges for the anaesthesia workforce.ANZCA Bulletin; 2010; 9(2); 85.

ArticlesBetter balance of life and work. ANZCA Bulletin; 2005; 14(2); 17.

ArticlesDean E. Woman in medicine, 1999.ANZCA Bulletin; 1999; 8(2); 4-5.

ArticlesWomen and anaesthesia. ANZCA Bulletin; 1998; 7(3); 31-33.

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