Resource topic: Practice Environment
Democracy and Burnout: The ACR’s Special Role

Published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, the following opinion article explains the American College of Radiology's important role to play in...

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Crucial Issues Forum 2017 from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) put together a two-day forum highlighting the importance of physician wellness and burnout summarized in this...

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Experiencing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Gender Matters, A National Study

The following study identifies similarity and dissimilarity between perceptions of the culture by male and female faculty. Female faculty reported a lower sense of...

Inadequate Progress for Women in Academic Medicine: Findings from the National Faculty Study

This study explores the gender climate in academic medicine as perceived by representatives to the AAMC, GWIMS, and GDI, through a series of semistructured...

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Medical School Deans’ Perceptions of Organizational Climate: Useful Indicators for Advancement of Women Faculty and Evaluation of a Leadership Program’s Impact

In the following study, U.S. and Canadian medical school deans were surveyed for their perceptions regarding organizational climate for faculty, policies affecting...

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The Gender Gap in Academic Medicine: Comparing Results From a Multifaceted Intervention for Stanford Faculty to Peer and National Cohorts

The following study assesses whether the proportion of women faculty, especially at the full professor rank, increased from 2004 to 2010 at Stanford University...

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Reducing Implicit Gender Leadership Bias in Academic Medicine With an Educational Intervention

This study investigates the explicit and implicit biases favoring men as leaders, among both men and women faculty, and assesses whether these attitudes change...

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Gender pay gap widens among newly trained New York doctors

The following article, published in Modern Healthcare, reports on the income gap between new male and female physicians in New York, which has doubled from 2010 to...

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The $16,819 Pay Gap For Newly Trained Physicians: The Unexplained Trend Of Men Earning More Than Women

Prior research has suggested that gender differences in physicians’ salaries can be accounted for by the tendency of women to enter primary care fields and work...

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National Research Study Finds Large Gaps in U.S. Physician Compensation

The following article summarizes the Physician Compensation Report, a comprehensive survey of US physician compensation based on more than 65,000 verified US...

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