Resources tagged with: Physician
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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Why Are a Quarter of Faculty Considering Leaving Academic Medicine? A Study of Their Perceptions of Institutional Culture and Intentions to Leave at 26 Representative U.S. Medical Schools

Vital, productive faculty are critical to academic medicine, yet studies indicate high dissatisfaction and attrition. This article identifies key personal and...

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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...

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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...

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A Culture Conducive to Women’s Academic Success: Development of a Measure

In the following article, published in Academic Medicine, the authors address the gender gap in academic medicine by defining the construct of a culture conducive...

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Sponsorship: A Path to the Academic Medicine C-suite for Women Faculty?

Despite increases in the percentages of women medical school graduates and faculty over the past decade, women physicians and scientists remain underrepresented in...

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Why Do Faculty Leave? Reasons for Attrition of Women and Minority Faculty from a Medical School: Four-Year Results

166 medical school faculty who left the School of Medicine between 2001 and 2005 completed a survey about their reasons for leaving. The 3 most common overall...

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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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