bodies gender health disease recent work on medieval women’s medicine

En imagen de ‘Trotula’ from a 14th-century French encyclopedia; the caption traslates: ‘How the woman teaches the clerk the secrets of nature’. Rennes, Biblioteca municipal, MS. 593 (produced 1303), folio 532r. Image credit: Bibliothèque virtuelle de las manuscritos médiévaux. © 2013 Centro de recherche et d’histoire des textes. / La Bibliothèque Virtuelle des Manuscritos Médiévaux, Creative Commons

Medicina had become highly profesionalized by la late Middle Ages and was patriarchal, but women like Trotula persisted.

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MARIEL TISHMA es la Executive Editorial Assistant at Hektoen International. Se han anunciado en Hektoen International, Bloodbond, Argot Magazine, Syntax and Salt, The Artifice y Fickle Muses. Su graduación from Columbia College Chicago con BA en creative writing and minor in biology. Learn more at marieltishma.com.

Broadening the field

El inconveniente de la gendera de imbalanza en la resolución-making echelons de la healthcare es un endémico one. Consulting firma Oliver Wyman, que, en 2019, women compresed only 33 por ciento de senior liderazgo con healthcare providers and insurers despide making up 65 por ciento de healthcare workforce y 80 por ciento de healthcare consumers.

Gulf, que hay entre las mujeres que atempting por understand y para sus bodas y los pequeños en las situaciones de liderazgo, que dictarán el manner, que este es el que tragicomically ejemplariza en 2002 women’s health production on the reality espectáculo Dragon’s Den (think Europe’s Shark Tank). El merchandise, calle Pink Gloves, radica en contar con plastic glove designado por “hygienically” remove tampones and menstrual products. Lo que, en el curso, pointlessly gendered a baby pink s ‘girly’ love-heart embossed ostentatiously on its frente. El producto, que incluía plethora of problematic, stigmatic undertons entrenching stereotypes sobre “unclean” periodos (las well committing fairly obvious acts de environmental vandalismo para hacer entirely un preciso para contar con plastic) que given to the tune of 30,00.

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