Dr. Carla Pugh, a surgeon at the Northwestern University medical school was featured in this week’s NY Times.
The article mentions medical professionals and their squeamishness about learning to examine female breasts as well as male and female genitalia. It goes on to talk about the evolution of the Pelvic Exam Simulator and Dr. Pugh’s efforts to improve breast exam training.
[see the original article: Building Organs Even the Prudish Can Handle – New York Times]
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