Tania M. Jenkins
Tania M. Jenkins
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Sex, gender, genetics, and health
SE Short, YC Yang, TM Jenkins
American journal of public health 103 (S1), S93-S101, 2013
Gender differences in attending physicians' feedback to residents: a qualitative analysis
AS Mueller, TM Jenkins, M Osborne, A Dayal, DM O'Connor, VM Arora
Journal of graduate medical education 9 (5), 577-585, 2017
From diagnosis to social diagnosis
P Brown, M Lyson, T Jenkins
Social Science & Medicine 73 (6), 939-943, 2011
Doctors' orders: The making of status hierarchies in an elite profession
TM Jenkins
Columbia University Press, 2019
The Resurgence of Medical Education in Sociology: A Return to our Roots and an Agenda for the Future
TM Jenkins, K Underman, AH Vinson, LD Olsen, L Hirshfield
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 62 (3), 255-70, 2021
Dual autonomies, divergent approaches: how stratification in medical education shapes approaches to patient care
TM Jenkins
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 59 (2), 268-282, 2018
Negotiating intersex: A case for revising the theory of social diagnosis
TM Jenkins, SE Short
Social Science & Medicine 175, 91-98, 2017
Clothing norms as markers of status in a hospital setting: A Bourdieusian analysis
TM Jenkins
Health: 18 (5), 526-541, 2014
Social policies and health inequalities
A Quesnel‐Vallée, J Bilodeau, K Conway
The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Medical Sociology, 322-345, 2021
Stressing the journey: using life stories to study medical student wellbeing
TM Jenkins, J Kim, C Hu, JC Hickernell, S Watanaskul, JD Yoon
Advances in Health Sciences Education 23, 767-782, 2018
Assessing barriers to health insurance and threats to equity in comparative perspective: The Health Insurance Access Database
A Quesnel-Vallée, E Renahy, T Jenkins, H Cerigo
BMC health services research 12, 1-12, 2012
‘It's time she stopped torturing herself’: Structural constraints to decision-making about life-sustaining treatment by medical trainees
TM Jenkins
Social Science & Medicine 132, 132-140, 2015
Patients, practitioners, and paradoxes: responses to the Cuban health crisis of the 1990s
TM Jenkins
Qualitative Health Research 18 (10), 1384-1400, 2008
Separate but equal? The sorting of USMDs and non-USMDs in internal medicine residency programs
TM Jenkins, G Franklyn, J Klugman, ST Reddy
Journal of General Internal Medicine 35, 1458-1464, 2020
Hospital physicians’ perspectives on occupational stress during COVID-19: A qualitative analysis from two US cities
M Buchbinder, A Browne, T Jenkins, N Berlinger, L Buchbinder
Journal of General Internal Medicine 38 (1), 176-184, 2023
Revisiting the rationing of medical degrees in the United States
TM Jenkins, S Reddy
Contexts 15 (4), 36-41, 2016
Specialty and lifestyle preference changes during medical school
JP Fischer, K Clinite, E Sullivan, TM Jenkins, CL Bourne, C Chou, ...
Medical Science Educator 29, 995-1001, 2019
The impact of health inequities on physicians' occupational well‐being during COVID‐19: A qualitative analysis from four US cities
A Browne, T Jenkins, N Berlinger, L Buchbinder, M Buchbinder
Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2023
Burnout in critical care: time for moving upstream
M Buchbinder, T Jenkins
Annals of the American Thoracic Society 19 (9), 1443-1445, 2022
Making the Cut: Status, Credentials, and Hiring in Medicine
TM Jenkins
Social problems 70 (2), 435-455, 2023
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