These medical specialties have the biggest gender imbalances
Which medical specialties are most popular among male and female physicians entering residency? Let’s review the data.
Members Move Medicine: Reducing disparities in the profession
AMA member Mildred Olivier, MD, was inspired by her Haitian-born parents to join the field of medicine and remains involved in global health.
Why women physicians need to know the business side of health care
Barbara L. McAneny, MD, president of the AMA, emphasizes that if women physicians can speak the language of business, they can speak the language of power.
To make a difference for women in medicine, address implicit bias
Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, president-elect of the AMA addresses the need to look on many fronts at implicit bias against women in medicine.
Women in Medicine
Join the AMA Women Physicians Section in honoring physicians who have offered their time, expertise and support to advance women in medicine.
There’s gender bias in medical research. Here are 3 keys to fix it.
There are not enough women included in research. Here is how physicians and health professionals can fix this sex and gender bias.
Challenging gender bias in the house of medicine
All physicians, men and women, earned the same title through a rigorous and universal standard. That standard should apply to opportunities and compensation.
Timeline of women in medicine
September is the AMA’s Women in Medicine Month, which celebrates the accomplishments of—and showcases advocacy for—female physicians.
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