5 ways to target medicine’s gender inequities
Gender inequity influences physician satisfaction and the quality of patient care. Time’s Up in Healthcare leader Esther Choo, MD, offers a path forward.
Women in medicine are trailblazers, advocates and leaders
Despite the inequities we face, women continue to excel at every level of medicine and account for half of all U.S. medical school graduates.
AMA awards research grants to advance the study of women in medicine
The AMA will continue to strongly support equity and diversity across medicine.
Grants to fund research on women’s advancement in medicine
Separate projects explore gender differences in in orthopedic surgery and women physicians’ experiences during critical career transitions.
9 female physicians who raise their voices for women’s health
Learn more about AMA members who are moving medicine by using their platforms as female physician leaders to be powerful advocates for women’s health.
Why women physicians are more likely to experience burnout
Learn more about the key factors that are contributing to female burnout in medicine.
10 ways to get involved in Women in Medicine Month
The American Medical Association is proud to celebrate September as Women in Medicine Month. “Women in Medicine: Trailblazers, Advocate, and Leaders” is this year’s theme.
3 ways women physicians can become leaders in medicine
These three women in medicine have faced their own challenges in medicine. Here are their tips for securing powerful roles in health care.
Native Americans work to grow their own physician workforce
Poverty, education disparities contribute to low Native American medical school enrollment. A program offers a successful pathway for Indians to enter medicine.