Anne L. Peters, MD
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Audio. Virginia L. Hood, MD, Annals Associate Editor, reads "A Physician's Place in the #MeToo Movement," by A.L. Peters.
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Keck USC School of medicine
April 30, 2018
Proud of you....
Proud of you Dr Anne Peters and proud to be your colleague
Michael A. LaCombe
Annals of Internal Medicine
May 2, 2018
Dr. Peters, your manuscript is perfectly crafted; Dr. Hood, your reading of this is sublime. I am awestruck, and immensely proud of both of you.To you, program directors, chairs of departments and divisions: it will not be sufficient to distribute this piece as a reprint, or worse yet, as a reference tossed out casually. As you hand out the reprint, have them listen.Then perhaps, this message will be heard.M.L.
Peters AL. A Physician's Place in the #MeToo Movement. Ann Intern Med. ;168:676–677. doi: 10.7326/M18-0271
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2018;168(9):676-677.
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