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November 4, 1905


JAMA. 1905;XLV(19):1411. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510190047016

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At a recent meeting, the Melbourne University council, according to the Australasian Medical Gazette, discussed the question of the accommodation for women medical students in the study of anatomy. It was pointed out that as the women occupy a separate room they are at a disadvantage, and one of the professors expressed a decided opinion in favor of the men and women using the same dissecting room, but he said that the women, in view of opinions being expressed that there was impropriety in the practice, did not care to adopt it. As the Gazette points out, if women are to be admitted to the medical curriculum at all, and especially if they attend coeducational schools, they must be prepared to work alongside of men students throughout their whole course; and any suggestion that they should receive separate instruction is based on false sentiment. The two sexes must meet in

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