Not seeing a resource you think would be useful on our Research Guide? Let us know!
This guide is intended to offer resources to help expand your learning in connection with the 2023 Women's History Month events at the UNM Health Sciences Center. Each event has resources such as articles, books, and films that you can review to continue with your understanding and exploration of these topics.
Periods Gone Public by Jennifer Weiss-Wolf
Call Number: GN 484.38 .W45 2017- Library 4th Floor
In Periods Gone Public, Jennifer Weiss-Wolf--the woman Bustle dubbed one of the nation's "badass menstrual activists"--explores why periods have become a prominent political cause. From eliminating the tampon tax, to enacting new laws that ensure access to affordable, safe products, menstruation is no longer something to whisper about.
This open access handbook, the first of its kind, provides a comprehensive and carefully curated multidisciplinary genre-spanning view of the state of the field of Critical Menstruation Studies, opening up new directions in research and advocacy.
In Lessons Learned: Stories from Women Physician Leaders, editor and author Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA, profiles 33 exceptional women physicians who have defied the odds. They share their personal and compelling stories - including obstacles and challenges faced in balancing work, family, and personal life - as their career paths take them from clinical medicine to leadership within government, academia, hospitals, provider groups, managed care, pharma, consulting, and entrepreneurial venture.
This book is the first to dissect the factors contributing to burnout that impact women physicians and seeks to appropriately address these issues.Burnout in Women Physicians is an excellent resource for physicians across all specialties who are concerned with physician wellness and burnout, including students, residents, fellows, and attending physicians.
Since the Institute of Medicine first reviewed the health implications of national legalized abortion in 1975, there has been a plethora of related scientific research, including well-designed randomized clinical trials, systematic reviews, and epidemiological studies examining abortion care.
For parents who work or would like to work, childcare is a problem that is almost universal. One way that workers can be supported is through assistance offered by their workplace. The focus of this book is on why workplace partners around the world have become involved in childcare and the nature of the programmes that have been implemented.