Regarding gender bias, 66% of women reported being left out of opportunities for professional career advancement based on their gender, compared to 10% of men. ... ACP detailed several recommendations for achieving gender equity in physician compensation
One of the biggest attractions at medical meetings is the exhibition space, where publishers and companies peddle their wares and outfits lo...
one journalist whose entire career and following are based on defending the idea that carbohydrate, and insulin responses to it, are the one and only root of all dietary evil. ... In contrast, iconoclasts are entirely locked into their positions, since
While grueling, it reflects the arguably unprecedented academic importance of our choices and their implications for our careers. ... To my surprise, several programs did not fit my career goals despite excellent reputations and resources, while others
Students are choosing careers with their feet and wallets, and walking actually the numbers suggest running away from primary care careers. ... Many established primary care physicians are not in a position to change careers, even if they wanted to.
He began his medical career at a hospital in Buffalo, before moving to Washington, D.C., where he practiced medicine at Georgetown University Hospital.
ACP strongly supports any efforts to eliminate the gender inequities that exist in compensation and career advancement opportunities for females in the internal medicine profession. ... organizations that employ physicians, investment in leadership
Alan Schechter within this same institute. I have essentially been here my entire academic career.
palliative care, consulting as a career and infectious disease control.
while at the same time guiding residents' career choices at the completion of the program and seeing that clinical services operate smoothly.