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 belonging and relatinoships within the work place, and were less likely to believe their institutions were making changes to address diversity goals. However, women and men did not differ significantly on levels of engagement, leadership aspirations, feelings of ethical/moral distress, or perception of institutional committment.

Organizational Factors, Practice Environment

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