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 faculty and the associations of gender-based discrimination with number of publications, career satisfaction, and perceptions of career advancement. Despite substantial increases in the number of female faculty, reports of gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment remain common.

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Organizational Factors, Society and Culture

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