Explore the latest in health care workforce, including physican, nurse, and other professional supply, diversity, and distribution.
This essay offers advice to psychiatrists and other mental health clinicians regarding working with a patient who evokes anxiety and fear in the clinician regarding their own physical safety or the safety of others.
This cross-sectional study uses data from the American Board of Pediatrics to compare the number of pediatric subspecialists, distribution of subspecialties, and patient proximity to subspecialists in the United States between 2003 and 2019.
This survey study assesses the student-led Service Through Surgery model for increasing diversity and inclusion in surgical education.
This secondary analysis of a cross-sectional study of internal medicine faculty and medical school matriculants assesses diversity trends in the academic internal medicine workforce and evaluates how well these trends reflect medical student diversity and the changing demographic composition of the general population.
This cross-sectional study identifies surgical specialties with the greatest gender inequities among resident physicians and examines how long it will take for women in these specialties to reach parity with the overall resident and US population.
This seroprevalence survey study describes severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) seropositivity among health care workers at a New York City–based health system by age, sex, race, county of residence, and prior PCR-confirmed viral exposure.
This Viewpoint describes how the COVID-19 pandemic has made more obvious the work-life imbalance inherent in the practice of medicine and how the moment offers the profession the chance to recalibrate gender role stereotypes that have traditionally disadvantaged the careers of women physicians and researchers.
This narrative review provides an overview of research delineating gender disparities in surgery and investigating the causes underlying such issues and proposes recommended action.
This essay discusses the need for more diversity in the physician workforce to benefit patients and society.
This Medical News article discusses the circuitous path Carl Allamby, MD, traveled from auto repair shop owner to emergency medicine resident.
This randomized clinical trial examines the effect of a brief mindfulness-based program on stress reduction among health care professionals in a US research hospital.
This economic evaluation uses data from historically Black medical schools that were closed during the period surrounding the publication of the 1910 Flexner report to examine the implications of these school closures for the number of African American medical school graduates and physicians.
This systematic review and meta-analysis examines the factors associated with burnout and stress among physicians receiving standard postgraduate training.
This survey study reports the perceived sex- and race/ethnicity-based barriers during training among general surgery residents in Canada.
This cross-sectional study assesses the rate of COVID-19 infection among health care workers in a large community hospital.
This survey study examines the associations of internal medicine program directors’ perceptions of health disparities programs with those of the residents in internal medicine programs.
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