- Define the “tipping point” from a sociological perspective.
- Describe movements and events in surgery and society that have brought about a tipping point.
- Identify inequities experienced by women in surgery.
Susan C. Pitt, MD, MPHS, FACS
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
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