BOOK REVIEW: ‘Walking Out On The Boys’
Despite the large influx of women into academic medicine, sexism is still alive and well in the profession. So says Dr. Frances Conley, the first female full tenured professor of neurosurgery in the United States. In this week's Stryker's Corner, Dr. Conley talks about how sexism at Stanford created a hostile environment for women and why, five years after threatening to resign, she has decided to tell all in her new book, "Walking Out on the Boys."
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