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  • Speaker Introductions at Internal Medicine Grand Rounds: Forms of Address Reveal Gender Bias. October 2, 2017
    US National Library of Medicine

    Speaker Introductions at Internal Medicine Grand Rounds: Forms of Address Reveal Gender Bias.

    By Multiple Authors

    Gender bias has been identified as one of the drivers of gender disparity in academic medicine. Bias may be reinforced by gender subordinating language or differential use of formality in forms of address.

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  • The Gender Pay Gap for Doctors is Atrocious September 25, 2017
    slate.com

    The Gender Pay Gap for Doctors is Atrocious

    By Nora Caplan-Bricker

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  • Gender differences in compensation, job satisfaction, and other practice patterns in urology September 25, 2017
    US National Library of Medicine

    Gender differences in compensation, job satisfaction, and other practice patterns in urology

    By Multiple Authors

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  • I’m a young, female doctor. Calling me ‘sweetie’ won’t help me save your life. July 10, 2017
    The Washington Post

    I’m a young, female doctor. Calling me ‘sweetie’ won’t help me save your life.

    By Faye Reiff-Pasarew

    “Sweetheart, you’re too young to understand,” my patient — a man in his 60s, someone accustomed to commanding a room — barked at me from his hospital bed. Medical problems had recently upended his life, and he was having a hard time...

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  • Yakima Valley women contribute to boom in health care industry May 13, 2017
    Yamika Herald

    Yakima Valley women contribute to boom in health care industry

    By Molly Rosbach

    This school year, women made up very nearly half of the roughly 28,000 students accepted to medical schools in the U.S., and about 46 percent of medical school graduates in 2016.

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  • Large Gender Gap Seen in Physician Compensation May 11, 2017
    Health Leaders Media

    Large Gender Gap Seen in Physician Compensation

    By John Commins

    Male primary care physicians earn 17% percent more than females, while males in specialty care are paid 37% more than females in the same field, an MGMA survey finds.

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