This year marks the th anniversary of Dr. As the first woman to receive an M. The academic career that had begun with such difficulty was completed in triumph. Elizabeth Blackwell had gained the support of the students, faculty, and townspeople, and graduated first in her class.
Books by Elizabeth Blackwell
Biography: Elizabeth Blackwell
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Her contributions remain celebrated with the Elizabeth Blackwell Medal, awarded annually to a woman who has made significant contribution to the promotion of women in medicine. Blackwell was initially uninterested in a career in medicine, especially after her schoolteacher brought in a bull's eye to use as a teaching tool. This occupation was seen as suitable for women during the s; however, she soon found it unsuitable for her. Blackwell's interest in medicine was sparked after a friend fell ill and remarked that, had a female doctor cared for her, she might not have suffered so much.
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