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Day care programs affiliated with teaching hospitals: report of the Dependent Care Task Force



Day care programs affiliated with teaching hospitals: report of the Dependent Care Task Force



Journal of the American Medical Women's Association 45(1): 20-22



An AMWA sponsored survey of teaching affiliated hospitals reveals that they are actively establishing on-site and near-site day care centers. Characteristics of the centers, descriptions of their services, and implications for women medical students, trainees, and physicians are presented.

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