Resource topic: Society and Culture
Two More and Counting: Suicide in Medical Trainees

In the aftermath of two resident suicides in New York in May of 2018, Michael F. Meyers, MD, writes of his recent experiences around discussing burnout and...

Personal Stories
We can’t fix the problem of physician burnout until we address the problem of American neglect

Published in Medium, the following opinion article describes America's contentment to neglect social and structural determinants of health as a factor affecting...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students

In a randomized double-blind study 127 science faculty from research-intensive universities rated the application materials of a student—who was randomly assigned...

Briefs and Summaries
Faculty Perceptions of Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in Academic Medicine

The following study, published in Annals of Internal Medicine examines the prevalence of gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment among medical school...

Briefs and Summaries
Mediators of Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Mentored K Award Receipt Among U.S. Medical School Graduates.

Individuals in some racial or ethnic groups are less likely to receive federal funding from Mentored K career development award. The authors of this study seeks to...

Briefs and Summaries
Trends and comparison of female first authorship in high impact medical journals: observational study (1994-2014)

The following study examines changes in representation of women among first authors of original research published in high impact general medical journals from 1994...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Gender bias in patients’ perceptions of patient-centered behaviors

This research examines whether patient perceptions are equivalently associated with patient-centered behavior in male and female medical students, and tests the...

Briefs and Summaries
Gender Differences in Recognition for Group Work

The following study aims to understand whether demographic traits like gender, influence the allocation of credit for group work, especially when individual...

Article
How stereotypes impair women’s careers in science

The following study aims to determine whether discrimination contributes to the low percentage of women in math and science careers by designing an experiment to...

Partner Organization or Initiative’s Website
Bias for Miles: Discussing Gender Bias in Qualitative Resident Feedback

In the following FeminEM podcast, the hosts are joined by Dr. Anna Mueller and Dr. Vinny Arora of the University of Chicago. They discuss their recent paper, Gender...

Podcast