|Author:||Eva J. Salber|
|Title:||The Mind is Not the Heart: Recollections of a Woman Physician|
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|Publisher:||Duke University Press Books; Second ed. edition (May 2, 1989)|
Topics Salber, Eva J, Women physicians, Women physicians. PublisherDurham : Duke University Press. Collectioninlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsorInternet Archive. ContributorInternet Archive. Bibliography: p. -282. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on November 8, 2013.
Recollections of a Woman Physician. Book Pages: 304 Illustrations: 34 b&w photographs Published: May 1989. Author: Eva J. Salber. Subjects Gender and Sexuality Feminism and Women’s Studies, General Interest Biography, Letters, Memoirs, Medicine and Health Medical Humanitites
Eva Juliet Salber, South African, American medical educator, author. Recipient Margaret Sanger award Planned Parenthood, Orange County, North Carolina, 1990; Radcliffe Institute scholar, 1966-1967; Senior International fellow National Institutes of Health, London, 1980. Caring and curing: Community participation in health services. Book by Salber, Eva J). Book by Salber, Eva J. View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
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In addition, the recipient will have the opportunity to submit a poster of their work at the annual Community Service Day Thursday, February 20, 2015. Eligibility for the Award. Second, third, or fourth year UNC medical student in good standing.
The mind is not the heart : recollections of a woman physician, ISBN: 0822309106. Salber Eva J. Duke University Press, 1989.
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The Mind is Not the Heart. Trained in South Africa, where she and her husband practiced for many years, Salber came to the US during a very difficult political period for whites in Cape Town. In Boston, she pursued her passion for the plight of the poor and their health issues by studying further public health and running a ghetto clinic.