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This data review and cross-sectional study assesses how health care professionals associate men and women with career and family and how surgeons associate men and women with surgery and family medicine.
This cross-sectional study compares the 30-day costs of care for common conditions among US Medicare beneficiaries by hospital teaching status.
This follow-up analysis of pilot randomized clinical trial data explores the potential benefits of mindfulness-based stress reduction for improving well-being among postgraduate year 1 surgery residents.
This cohort study describes the development and validation of a 5-item tool for measuring patient assessments of clinician compassion that can be used in conjunction with the Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CG-CAHPS) survey.
This cohort study examines whether the specific word and phrase frequency used in physician trainee narrative evaluations of medical faculty and qualified by automated text mining is associated with the gender of the faculty member evaluated.
This cross-sectional study examines the proportion of female speakers at major academic medical conferences held in Canada and in the United States during the last decade.
This cross-sectional study evaluates machine learning and deep learning algorithms for automated phase classification of manually presegmented videos of cataract procedures.
This essay discusses the benefits of the medical education system offering US otolaryngology residents the opportunity to gain a broader, more global perspective on the practice of otolaryngology.
This cross-sectional study uses cases from the Human Diagnosis Project to compare the accuracy of single-physicians’ diagnoses with pooled diagnoses from groups of physicians.
This cohort study evaluates the ability of an online case-based simulator to measure the diagnostic performance of physicians with varying levels of training and medical students.
This quality improvement study uses a simulation to project differences in salary, time to promotion, and accumulated wealth between male and female medical school faculty before and after the implementation of an institutional gender equity initiative.
This survey study evaluates adult patients’ frequency of and reasons for withholding information from health care professionals that may affect diagnoses and therapy.
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