Despite women accounting for nearly 80% of all healthcare employees, they still face discrimination and barriers to advancement in the workplace, says a new report.
Female doctors outperformed their male counterparts in regards to heart attack survival rates, as a whole, and particularly, for women heart attack survivors.
Though typically a female-dominated industry, a new report indicates that women PTs are still paid less than their male counterparts.
Nationally, female physicians make an average of 26.5 percent, or $91,000, less than male physicians.
The grand rounds podium is a coveted perch in medicine, a place where clinical leaders showcase their expertise—it’s also one women don’t reach as often as men.