HC Deb 16 March 1993 vol 221 c232W
Dr. Godman

To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what percentage of female medical practitioners were employed as(a) obstetricians, (b) gynaecologists, (c) neuro-surgeons, (d) other specialists in medical occupations and (e) general practitioners in each of the past seven years.

Mr. Stewart

[holding answer 15 March 1993]: The numbers in the specialties and in general practice, expressed as percentages of all women doctors working in the NHS in Scotland, are shown in the table: